Ada Ehi Becomes Second African Gospel Artist To Reach 100 Million YouTube Views
Ada Ehi, a Grammy-winning gospel act from Nigeria, has accomplished another significant milestone by becoming only the second gospel performer in Africa to have their YouTube video reach 100 million views.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
With her 2016 gospel smash single “Only You Jesus,” the renowned musician accomplished this remarkable achievement.
Ada Ogochukwu Ehi, better known by her stage name Ada Ehi, is well-known and praised for her vocal prowess, motivational songs, and excellent music videos. Ada Ehi and well-known gospel musician Sinach are the first African gospel performers to exceed 100 million views on YouTube thanks to Ada Ehi’s blockbuster song “Only You Jesus,” which has now surpassed the 100 million streaming milestone.
Ada Ehi has developed into a celebrity with a sizable fan base since she first appeared on the scene, as seen by her Youtube channel, which presently has over 360,000,000,000 views and 1.46,000,000 followers.
The amazing Ada Ehi recently received The Achievers award in the UK, and she also won CLIMA AWARDS for 2022’s best cooperation song for “Congratulations,” which included Buchi.
The fact that “Only You Jesus” is still engaging and new to listeners more than 6 years after its debut has helped to fuel the song’s continuous increase in popularity.
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