Rema ‘Calm Down’ Breaks Records with 39 Weeks at the Top of Billboard Afrobeats Chart
Written by maxfmeditor3 on June 2, 2023
Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ Breaks Records with 39 Weeks at the Top of Billboard Afrobeats Chart
Rema chart-topping hit, ‘Calm Down,’ continues to make waves in the music industry as it extends its reign at the top of the Billboard Afrobeats chart for an impressive 39 weeks. The infectious track has not only garnered international success but has also broken records across various regions, solidifying Rema’s position as a rising star in the Afrobeats genre. Let’s dive into the latest Billboard Afrobeats chart and see how ‘Calm Down’ dominates the scene while other notable tracks make their mark.
Extended Stay at the Top:
With its catchy beats and captivating lyrics, ‘Calm Down’ has captured the hearts of listeners worldwide. The song’s longevity on the Billboard Afrobeats chart is a testament to its enduring appeal. Week after week, ‘Calm Down’ has maintained its position as the chart-topper, surpassing all competition and setting a new standard for success.
The Chart Rankings:
In the most recent issue of the Billboard Afrobeats chart (Week June 3rd, 2023), Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ secured its 39th consecutive week at the top spot. The track’s remarkable run shows no signs of slowing down, solidifying its place as an anthem in the Afrobeats landscape.
While ‘Calm Down’ continues to dominate, other noteworthy tracks have made their mark on the chart. Libianca’s ‘People’ holds steady at the second position, celebrating its 25th week on the chart. Tems’ soulful track ‘Free Mind’ maintains its grip at No. 3, while Wizkid’s ‘Essence’ remix featuring Tems and Justin Bieber remains a strong contender at No. 4. Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ gains momentum, climbing one spot to secure the No. 5 position.
Exciting New Entries:
Alongside the consistent chart-toppers, several exciting new entries have made their debut. Asake’s collaboration with Olamide, ‘Amapiano,’ enters the chart at a promising No. 21, bringing a fresh blend of sounds to the Afrobeats scene. BNXN’s ‘Pray’ makes a splash at No. 24, captivating listeners with its captivating melodies. Joeboy’s ‘Normally,’ featuring BNXN and Odumodu Blvck, makes a stylish debut at No. 31, further diversifying the chart with its unique sound.
Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ continues to shine as it celebrates an extraordinary 39 weeks at the top of the Billboard Afrobeats chart. Its enduring popularity and international success have solidified Rema’s position as one of the genre’s brightest stars. As other notable tracks hold their ground and exciting newcomers make their mark, the Afrobeats landscape remains vibrant and dynamic. Stay tuned for more chart updates and let the infectious beats of Afrobeats keep you grooving all year long.