Rema’s ‘Rave & Roses’ Shapes History as the Longest Charting African Album on Billboard 200
Rema’s Rave & Roses has now spent 30 weeks on Billboard 200, making it the longest charting African album on the chart.
●8th August 2023
Rema’s Rave & Roses continues its meteoric rise, boasting staggering numbers in just over a year since its release. It has now spent 30 weeks on the Billboard 200 Chart, officially making it the longest charting African album on the chart.
It previously held the record for the second longest-charting Afrobeats album, only behind African pop maestro, King Sunny Ade, who held the record with 29 weeks.
The deluxe version, Rave & Roses Ultra, outshone Burna Boy’s Love, Damini as Spotify’s top-streamed album.
It also shattered records as the first Afrobeats album to cross the one-billion streams mark, establishing it as the reigning Afrobeats powerhouse with a combined total of over 2.3 billionSpotify streams for both the original and deluxe editions.
Rema struck gold with Rave & Roses, delivering a project that showcases his creative brilliance.
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