Rema’s “Rave & Roses (Ultra)” Is The Most Streamed Nigerian Album in History on Spotify & Youtube

“Calm Down” star Rema makes history as his album “Rave & Roses (Ultra)” becomes the most streamed Nigerian album ever on Spotify and YouTube.

Making history is something Nigerians have become used to. The Nigerian entertainment scene has been crazy recently. They have dominated the world, rewriting history and claiming a spot for themselves at the time of the game.

Last year, Rema released the remix of his viral hit “Calm Down,” featuring American singer Selena Gomez. The song became a massive success and dominated airwaves all over the world. It became a huge hit for both artists and has earned rave reviews from fans across continents.

Rema recently returned with the “Rave & Roses (Ultra),” the deluxe version of his debut album, which contains 16 tracks, including the original “Calm Down” song. The new version features six new tracks, including the “Calm Down Remix” featuring Selena Gomez. It made the album the most streamed Nigerian album in history on Spotify and YouTube.

Rema’s “Rave & Roses (Ultra)” records over 1 billion streams on Spotify alone. He now tops other hit albums, including Ckay’s record-breaking “CKay The First,” Burna Boy’s “African Giant” & “Twice As Tall,” Wizkid’s “Made In Lagos,” Fireboy DML’s “Playboy” and more. Congrats to him.


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