Rema’s “Calm Down” ft Selena Gomez is the First African Song to Hit 1 Billion Streams on Spotify
The universal appeal of “Calm Down (remix)” is evident in the high streams coming from the USA, India, Mexico, Brazil, and the UK.
●11th September 2023
Rema has once again made history as his chart-topper, “Calm Down” ft Selena Gomez becomes the first African song to reach one (1) billion streams on Spotify.
The singer’s rise in the global music industry has solidified his status as one of Africa’s top music exports. The interesting fusion of Afrobeats rhythms and Afro-fusion melodies, combined with Rema’s soulful vocals and Selena Gomez’s contribution, struck a chord with listeners from all around the world. In addition to Spotify’s massive user base, the song had a huge audience and was able to cross borders and break barriers.
The universal appeal of “Calm Down (remix)” is evident in the high streams coming from the USA, India, Mexico, Brazil, and the UK. Reaching a billion streams on Spotify highlights the immense popularity of “Calm Down” and Rema’s ability to create music that transcends borders.
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