Shallipopi Breaks into Billboard Afrobeats Songs Chart
“Ex Convict” has quickly risen to the No. 26 position on the Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs chart.
●20th July 2023
Nigerian artist, Shallipopi, snags a spot on the Billboard charts for the first time with his latest track, “Ex Convict.” The song, which was released on July 7th via Plutomania/Dvpper Music, has quickly risen to the No. 26 position on the Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs chart.
Shallipopi’s music journey took flight in 2021 when he unveiled his debut single, “Gra Gra.” Since then, he has consistently impressed his growing fan base with five more sensational releases. Taking his artistry to the next level, Shallipopi dropped his much-awaited debut EP, Planet Pluto, on July 10th, garnering even more attention and acclaim.
Shallipopi’s talent has led to two remarkable remixes of his breakthrough hit, “Elon Musk,” featuring collaborations with renowned artists Fireboy DML and Zlatan.
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