Wizkid’s “Made in Lagos” Album Garners 1.02 Billion On-Demand Streams In The United States

The “Made in Lagos” album by Wizkid has amassed an incredible 1.02 billion on-demand streams in the US. This essentially means that American customers have streamed, played, or listened to the album’s songs more than a billion times through different digital music platforms.

When ‘Made In Lagos’ was released in October 2020, it instantly earned critical acclaim for its infectious songs, intriguing lyrics, and broad range of collaborators. The album features prominent performers like as Burna Boy, Damian Marley, and H.E.R., adding to its global popularity. One of the album’s biggest triumphs was WizKid’s collaboration with another Nigerian act, ‘Tems,’ on the song ‘Essence,’ which immediately rose to the top of global charts, record sales, prominent personalities’ summer playlists, and acclaim in international awards.

The 1.02 billion on-demand streams indicate not only the album’s monetary success, but also its cultural impact. Songs on the album are likely to have created a soundtrack for many people’s lives, producing memorable experiences and connecting with emotions. It also implies that the record has maintained continuous interest throughout time, as evidenced by the large amount of streams.

Afrobeats singers’ popularity is growing as they tour throughout the world. This increased exposure has resulted in a growth in the popularity of their songs, with Wizkid recently selling out Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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