Rema Is Honoured With A Plaque Commemorating 1 Billion Streams On Spotify
Nigerian Afrobeats sensation Rema has been recognised by streaming platform Spotify for his achievement in his hit track 'Calm Down,' which features Selena Gomez, reaching an incredible 1 billion streams on the platform.
Rema received a commemorative plaque from Spotify, recognising his outstanding achievement as the first African artist to win Spotify's Billion Club Plaque, as well as a token of appreciation for his contribution to the worldwide music landscape.
Spotify honoured Rema with a commemorative plaque recognising his outstanding achievement as the first African artist to win Spotify's Billion Club Plaque, as well as a gesture of appreciation for his contribution to the worldwide music landscape.
Rema's "Calm Down" has become a global anthem, resonating with listeners from all over the world. Since its premiere, listeners have been intrigued by the song's blend of addictive sounds, soulful lyrics, and Rema's distinct voice.The 1 billion streams milestone on Spotify streams demonstrate its global popularity and ongoing appeal.
Rema, visibly moved by the honour, thanked his fans and supporters all over the world and thanked Spotify for providing a platform for artists to connect with a large audience.
The event was held at the O2 arena, which has a staggering 20,000-person capacity, a fitting venue for celebrating the global success of Rema.
The concert, headlined by Rema, was a testament to the talent of the artist and the massive impact his work has had on the music industry in Africa and beyond. The concert not only highlighted the exceptional achievements of Rema, but it also cemented his status as a trailblazer in the international music scene.
The O2 concert was packed with industry insiders, fellow musicians, and fans eager to witness this historic moment. Fans congratulated Rema on her achievement on social media, celebrating the global impact of African music.