Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ Becomes Most Streamed African Song in US History
FCG reports that Rema has been breaking records upon records with the smash track, and its success took a further burst after he featured American Songster, Selena Gomez in the remix
FCG learnt that the history was made known by Chart Data, a music statistics Firm, on their official Twitter handle, they revealed that his song had displaced CKay’s ‘Love Nwantiti’ which previously held the position.
Rema, the gifted Afrobeats musician, accomplishes another remarkable milestone when his hit song ‘Calm Down’ surpasses CKay’s ‘Love Nwantiti’ to become the most streamed African song in the history of the United States of America.
The 23-year-old musician has been breaking records after records with the breakthrough track, and its popularity skyrocketed after he included American songstress Selena Gomez in the remix.
Calm Down is currently the most streamed African song in US history, according to Chart Data, a music statistics firm, on their official Twitter handle.
They reported that his song had surpassed CKay’s ‘Love Nwantiti,’ which had previously held the number one spot.
“@heisrema’s ‘Calm Down’ is now the #1 most streamed Afrobeats song in US history, surpassing @ckay_yo’s ‘love nwantiti’,” they wrote.
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It is noteworthy that both the original and remix of the song has broken records since amassing over half billions of streams on both YouTube and Spotify.