Sensational Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, famously known as Rema, has achieved another milestone as his hit song ”˜Calm Down` becomes the most streamed African song in the United States of America, USA, history.
”˜Calm Down` displaced CKay`s ”˜Love Nwantiti` to achieve the feat.
American music data compilation website, Chart Data disclosed this on Friday.
The statistics firm tweeted, “@heisrema`s ”˜Calm Down` is now the #1 most streamed Afrobeats song in US history, surpassing @ckay_yo`s ”˜love nwantiti`.”
Both versions of the song have surpassed half a billion streams on Spotify and YouTube.
Tooxclusive recalls that ”˜Calm Down` became the highest-peaking Nigerian song on US Billboard Hot 100 following a remix with American superstar, Selena Gomez which peaked at number 3.
The song is also the first African song to top the American radio chart.