Popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke is the first Nigerian musician whose album would hit one billion streams across all major streaming platforms. The album titled "A Good Time", which was released about two years ago, was said to have gathered one billion streams in eight months. It contained some songs like IF and FALL, which had previously been released, and had already gathered huge streaming numbers. This however doesn't change the fact that Davido's album is the first album to hit one billion streams.
2) Burna Boy
Popular Nigerian singer, Burna boy is the second Nigerian artist whose album would gather over one billion streams. The album titled "African Giant", was also released two or three years ago. The album was the first album that earned Burna boy a grammy nomination. It also contains some hit songs such as Ye, Gbona, On the low, and so on. The album was indeed a masterpiece, and it will be remembered for a very long time to come.
Popular Nigerian musician, Wizkid has now become the third Nigerian musician whose album would hit one billion streams across all major streaming platforms. The album titled "Made In Lagos", is currently one of the biggest albums in the world. In few weeks time, the album will be one year. The songs that are on the album include Essence, Grace, True love, and so on.
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