Davido’s Song ‘Fall’ Re-Enters Billboard Chart After Travis Scott’s Concert
The international song by Davido, “Fall,” has returned to the Billboard Afrobeats Songs Chart.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido’s 2017 blockbuster track “Fall” has reentered the Billboard Afrobeats Song Chart after his electrifying performance at Travis Scott’s London O2 event on Saturday, August 6, 2022.
At the 50th spot, “Fall” reentered the top 100. ‘Fall’ peaked at number 18 and spent a total of 18 weeks on the charts prior to its re-entry.
The audience’s fond memories of the song from the O2 concert may be responsible for its re-entry.
When ‘Fall’ was published, it was part of Davido’s monster smashes (‘IF,’ ‘FIA,’ and ‘Like Dat’) in 2017, and of all the songs, ‘FALL’ reached the farthest outside the confines of Nigeria.
In the US, UK, and other European nations, “FALL” was a tremendous hit and introduced Afrobeats to a new audience. In the United States, where it has sold more than 500,000 units, it has acquired the Gold certification.
Its return to the top of the charts following Davido’s appearance at one of the major American musicians’ concerts in London is proof of its popularity. Whether the re-entry will encourage it to make another run in the United States remains to be seen.
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