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Drake becomes first artiste to hit 100 billion streams on Spotify

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Drake’s achievement of surpassing 100 billion streams on Spotify is truly remarkable and historic. It underscores his immense popularity and enduring impact in the music industry. His success on Spotify far exceeds that of any other artist, with more than double the streams of the next closest rapper, Eminem.

Breaking down Drake’s 100 billion streams, we see that on average, each of his songs has been streamed 234 million times, while each of his albums averages 5 billion streams. These numbers are staggering and highlight the widespread appeal and consistency of his music across multiple projects.

One of Drake’s standout tracks on Spotify is ‘One Dance,’ released in 2016, featuring Wizkid and Kyla. This song has accumulated an impressive 3.2 billion streams, making it his most streamed song on the platform. Notably, ‘One Dance’ holds the Guinness World Record as the first song to surpass 1 billion streams on Spotify, further cementing Drake’s influence and popularity in the streaming era.

Drake’s achievement not only reflects his musical talent but also his ability to connect with a global audience, transcending borders and genres. It will be interesting to see how his streaming numbers continue to evolve as he releases new music and continues to shape the contemporary music landscape.

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Adekunle Gold’s ‘Falling Up’ closes Paris Fashion Week [VIDEO]

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Nigerian afrobeats singer, Adekunle Gold, shone brightly at Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Spring-Summer Show during Fashion Week Day 1 in Paris, France, on Tuesday.

His compatriots Wizkid, Burna Boy, Rema and Tems were among the megastars in attendance at the star-studded event, but it was Gold who stole the show with his hit collaborative song with the curator of the event, Pharrell Williams, ‘Falling Up’ closing Day 1 of the Paris Fashion Week.

Other top celebrities at the event include South African DJ, Uncle Waffles, ASAP Ferg, Didier Drogba, Stormzy, and Maluma, among others.

Grammy-winning Nigerian singer performed at the afterparty.

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Aunty Ramota dispels health issues amid failed BBL rumours

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Nigerian actress, Aunty Ramota, has debunked rumours circulating online that she underwent a failed Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) surgery, which allegedly left her in critical condition.

In a recent video, she put the speculation to rest by showcasing her unchanged physique.

This clarification came after reports emerged that she had been admitted to a recovery facility following the purported surgery.

Aunty Ramota denied the claims, affirming her good health and reassuring her fans that she is doing well.

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Portable calls out Zlatan for attempting to ruin his relationship with Davido

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Nigerian singer Portable has accused his colleague Zlatan Ibile of attempting to create tension between him and Davido. 

Portable claimed that while they were together in Atlanta, USA, Zlatan called Davido and warned him to “behave himself” around Portable.

He expressed his disappointment and frustration, stating that Zlatan’s call disrupted the positive atmosphere they had shared. 

He also alleged that Zlatan told Davido that he and Dammy Krane had insulted him in a song, which Portable denied.

The singer, therefore, warned Zlatan to stay out of his business and stop any alleged attempts to create conflict.

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