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Most Streamed African Rappers on Spotify, 2018

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According to Spotify, the Most Streamed African Rapper in 2018 is none other than Ice Prince.

Most Streamed African Rappers on Spotify, 2018

Every December since 2013, Spotify comes up with an end of the year review list in which users can look back at their most-played songs, artists, albums, genres, while artists also get a wrapped total of their music streams, hours, etc.

The end of the year streaming numbers for 2018 have been rolled out and to many peoples surprise Ice Prince tops the list of most streamed African rappers despite not having a pleasant 2018.

1. Ice Prince

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Ice prince is a Nigerian rapper and the most Streamed African Rapper on spotify. Spotify statistics show that his numbers come in at 19M streams with 1M listening hours.

2. Nasty C

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Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo better known by his stage name Nasty C, is a South African rapper, songwriter and record producer. He is one of the country’s most prominent performers, and he is widely regarded as one of the country’s best young rappers.

Nasty C is the second most Streamed rapper in Africa in Spotify with 17M streams, 910k listening hours

3. Sarkodie

Michael Owusu Addo professionally known as Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur. He is currently the country’s most prominent performers, and rapper.
Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has 9M streams and 602k hours.

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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