Olamide Gbenga Adedeji, widely known as Olamide Baddo and the head of YBNL, expressed his admiration for Rema as his sensational track ‘Calm Down’ achieved the remarkable feat of becoming the most streamed African song on Spotify.
The remix of the song, featuring renowned American singer and actress Selena Gomez, recently surpassed a staggering 800 million streams, capturing the attention of music enthusiasts worldwide.
Bizzle Osikoya, a record label executive and talent manager, took to Twitter to share the exciting news, describing it as “Amazing.”
In response to Osikoya’s post, Olamide, hailed as one of Africa’s most influential artists, simply captioned it as “Greatness,” acknowledging the remarkable achievement.
Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ climbed two spots to reach Number 3 on this week’s US Billboard Hot 100 chart, solidifying its position as the highest-charting Nigerian song in the history of the chart.
Last month, Rema’s hit track made history by claiming the top spot on The Official MENA Chart, becoming the first-ever No.1 hit on the prestigious chart.
Currently, “Calm Down” has garnered an impressive total of nearly 388 million streams on Spotify, while the viral remix featuring Selena Gomez has amassed a remarkable 717,512,920 streams on the same platform.
The track has not only received numerous award nominations but has also consistently dominated international charts, peaking in the Top 3 in countries such as France, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, and more.
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