Rema Surpasses 2 Billion Career Streams on Spotify
Rema’s meteoric rise to the top of the charts continues unabated, driven by the overwhelming success of his global hit “Calm Down.”
●6th July 2023
With each passing day, Rema’s career reaches new heights, and now he has crossed an astonishing milestone of 2 billion career streams on Spotify as a lead artist. Trailing behind Burna Boy, Rema becomes one of the top Afrobeats artists to achieve this.
Just last year, he joined a select group of Nigerian artists who have exceeded a billion streams on Spotify. Within one year, his meteoric rise to the top of the charts continues unabated, driven by the overwhelming success of his global hit “Calm Down.” The Selena Gomez-assisted remix has sold over 15 million units globally making it one of the best-selling songs of this decade.
The single peaked at No. 3 on Billboard Hot 100 and UK Official Singles Chart. It has earned plaques in the US, UK, France, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Norway, etc. It was also the first song to debut on the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) chart, setting a Guinness World Record.
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