“Afrobeats Is in Safe Hands”: Rema’s Calm Down Remix Sits at No 1 on Billboard US Afrobeats Chart for 30 Weeks
- Mavins hotshot Rema has continued to make waves in the Billboard Afrobeats Chart with his hit single Calm Down remix
- Rema’s collaboration with American star Selena Gomez has remained on the No 1 spot of the US chart for 30 weeks
- Statistics have, however, shown that the Dumebi breakout star is the first to achieve this feat in the history of Afrobeats
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Nigerian superstar Rema has continued to lead the way on the Billboard US Afrobeats chart as his song marks its 30th week in the number one position.
Rema’s Calm Down remix featuring American artist Selena Gomez also achieved another feat in the US as it became the fourth most popular song in the States.
The hit song continues to be a powerful global force, extending its time on the list to 30 weeks.
Statistics show that this is the longest run ever.
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Netizens react to Rema's feat
"Afrobeats is in safe hands."
"As а1wауs, уеs, mу 10rd."
"E turn am to self contain room and parlor."
"Another congrats to the El jefe Prince Omoba."
"Rema king ❤️."
Rema’s Calm Down breaks Afrobeats record as most viewed video with 355 million views
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer Rema made the most history in his career with his hit single Calm Down.
Calm Down surpassed Ckay's Love Nwantiti to become the most viewed video in Afrobeat history.
The singer celebrated the achievement with an Instagram post, and fans and colleagues congratulated him.
Seyi Vibez and Rema use each other’s photo as DP, many react
Nigerian Afrobearts fever Rema and his upcoming colleague Seyi Vibez got all the attention they needed days back.
The Dumebi breakout star took to Twitter to use a picture of Seyi Vibez as his display picture on the Bird app, which was greeted by a similar gesture from the street-pop act.
Netizens reacted to the simultaneous picture event that happened between the two musicians as they tried to guess the intentions behind their actions.