Nigerian singer, Wizkid, seems to be receiving bigger successes this year as his song, Joro hits 113 million views on YouTube.
Reacting to this, the streaming platform hailed the singer for garnering a lot of views for his song. Joro has become one of the most-streamed songs on YouTube and also on Spotify. Joro was released in 2019 alongside his song, Ghetto love.
This achievement was announced by one of his fans on Twitter identified as Anthony not Joshua. His tweet read, “@Wizkidayo’s Joro will reach another milestone of 113 million Organic views on YouTube Today”.
Youtube retweeted this post and said, “So sick, what an achievement”.
Meanwhile, over the weekend, Wizkid released the much-anticipated video of his song, Essence with female singer, Tems. Few moments after the song was released it received a lot of positive reviews from fans across the country. A day after it was released, the video hit 1 million views on YouTube.
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