Budding Nigerian musician, Rema has added another feather to his hat of accomplishments with a new milestone.
He has joined the short list of Indigenous artistes who can brag about surpassing 200 millions streams on global digital platform, Audiomack.
The ‘Calm Down’ crooner received a recognition plaque after achieving the feat and he shared photos which showed him posing with the portrait.
Rema was all smiles in the pictures as he used his left hand to hold onto the Audiomack plaque.
Similarly, his colleague, Chukwuka Ekweani, popularly known as CKay, has yet again made history by becoming the highest charting Nigerian artiste in terms of streaming.
The artiste’s hit single, Love Nwantiti released in 2019, just peaked at the top spot on Spotify Worldwide.
It is the Most-Streamed Nigerian Song ever on the global streaming platform with a total of 537 million streams.
CKay took to his Twitter account to react to the development by expressing gratitude, and announcing that his album will soon drop.
He shared a snapshot of the Spotify streaming chat with the remix of Love Nwantiti also coming second with a total of 427 million streams. The third song on the chart is Burna Boy’s 2018 song, On the Low with a total of 169 million.
Sharing the photo, CKay wrote; ”Grateful 🙏🏾 Album real soon 💋”
CorrectNG reported weeks ago that was awarded a recognition plaque following his performance in Tunisia.
He graced the stage at the 30,000 capacity Carthage Amphitheater in Tunis and shut down the arena which was full to the maximum.
The management decided to appreciate CKay by presenting him a plaque and a photo which surfaced online shows him posing with it.
The Chocolate City artiste also took to his Instagram page and shared a video of his captivating performance at the Carthage Amphitheater.
He acknowledged the historic importance of performing at the arena which has been existing for 2000 years and went further to thank fans for showing up.