Davido’s ‘Timeless’ Becomes Top Ranking African Project On The US Apple Music Album Chart
Davido’s latest album, ‘Timeless,’ becomes the fastest Nigerian album to reach the top three on the Billboard 200.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido’s fourth album, ‘Timeless,’ was published on March 31, 2023, and it is already topping streaming charts throughout the world just hours after its release. ‘Timeless,’ according to chart new site Album Discussions, is the highest-ranking Nigerian album on US Apple Music after reaching No. 3 three hours after its debut.
The 17-track highly anticipated album which includes intriguing artists throughout Nigeria, Africa, and Jamaica is his first since ‘A Better Time’ in 2020.
The record has already topped the Apple Music album rankings in 17 nations just hours after its release.
The album is now number one in Nigeria, the United Kingdom, Ghana, Senegal, Uganda, Niger, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates, among other countries.
The album’s strong performance in the United States demonstrates Davido’s megastar status in the country where he spent his formative years.
The album is likely to top the charts in additional nations, while also breaking and creating new records.
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