The song is currently the top most song on Top 100 Nigerian Songs on digital music streaming platform, Apple Music.
Meanwhile, when Naira Marley dropped “Soapy” about a week ago, there were various criticism from almost every corner of the industry as many music fans expressed rage at the singer promoting immorality among the youths through the song, giving the notion that the song would vanish just as it suddenly came.
However, it has now become a big surprise that despite the negative reactions the song drew towards itself, Nigerians have still decided to make it the most in-demand song in the country.
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With the exploit that “Soapy” is achieving in regards to streaming and digital sales, could this mean that Nigerians’ taste for music has now changed?