Billboard Hot 100: Davido’s “Fall” Among Top 100 Most Played Songs In The US – 2018

Davido’s “Fall” Among top 100 Most played Songs In The US, 2018

Davido’s “Fall” Among Top 100 Most Played Songs In The US - 2018
The single which upon its release more than a year ago became an instant hit in Nigeria and other parts of the world is still doing wonders in not just Nigeria, but in the world of music in general.

The song which video recently overtook Yemi Alade’s ‘Johnny’ to become the most streamed Nigerian music video on YouTube, just bagged a spot on the US Billboard top 100 most played songs of 2018 under the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.

The song currently sits on the number 48 position of the most played songs in America. Above Bad Bunny’s ‘MIA’ and Travis Scott’s ‘Yosemite’.

Most Viewed Nigerian Music Video on YouTube

Late last month Davido’s Fall (99 million views) officially surpassed Yemi Alade’s Johnny (98 Million views) as the most viewed Nigerian Music Video on YouTube.

The award winning (The Headies Award for Producer of the Year song) which was uploaded to YouTube on June 2, 2017 under Sony Music Entertainment International Limited, is now the most viewed Nigerian music video on YouTube, sitting at a whopping 99 million views.

What this means is, Davido’s “Fall” is now in position to become the first Nigerian music video ever to garner 100 million views on Youtube.

Uzonna Anele
Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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