Nigerian Music Sensation Rema’s Hit Song “Calm Down” Achieves Remarkable Milestone

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In a groundbreaking achievement, the popular track “Calm Down” by Rema, featuring Selena Gomez, has secured its place in music history.

Rema, also known as Divine Ikubor, has accomplished the feat of having the first-ever Afrobeats song to maintain the top position on the billboard US Afrobeats Songs list for an entire year.

A Year of Uninterrupted Success

Chart Data, an American data collection business, officially announced the remarkable milestone on a Monday.

“Calm Down” has managed to hold onto the coveted #1 spot on the billboard US Afrobeats Songs list for an impressive 52 consecutive weeks.

This achievement is a testament to the song’s undeniable popularity and enduring appeal.

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A Multifaceted Triumph

While “Calm Down” reached an impressive third place on the renowned Billboard Hot 100 chart, it reached even greater heights by ascending to the summit of the Canadian Top Songs chart.

The song’s broad resonance is evident from its ability to captivate audiences across various charts, solidifying its position as a global hit.

Guinness World Records and Regional Acclaim

The accolades for “Calm Down” extend further with its inclusion in the prestigious Guinness World Records.

The song’s monumental achievement lies in being the inaugural No. 1 Hit on The Official MENA Chart, a groundbreaking regional streaming chart.

This historic accomplishment was made possible by the song’s exceptional debut at the top of the MENA Chart, a significant milestone recognized by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) on November 29, 2022.

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A Lasting Legacy

Undoubtedly, Rema’s “Calm Down” has etched its name in the annals of musical history.

Its enduring legacy is reinforced by its phenomenal year-long journey atop the Billboard charts and its noteworthy supremacy on diverse music rankings.

This song’s exceptional achievements underscore its profound impact on the music industry.

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