Rema Receives Plaque From Audiomack For Surpassing 200 Million Streams
Major streaming service Audiomack gave Nigerian artist Rema a plaque after he reached 200 million streams on the platform.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
With his self-titled EP, which attracted a lot of interest for its originality, Rema entered the spotlight in 2019. Since entering the music business, Rema has put out a number of popular songs, including “Bad Commando,” “Dumebi,” “Lady,” “Ginger Me,” “Woman,” and most recently, “Calm Down.” Over 65 million streams of his tracks have been accumulated on Audiomack, including “Ginger Me,” “Calm Down,” and “Woman.”
Rema recently released a remix of his famous song “Calm Down” with international pop sensation Selena Gomez. It has received 296K listens on Audiomack in less than a month after its release, helping him eclipse 200 million streams overall.
Jason Johnson, Audiomack’s vice president of marketing and brand strategy, gave Rema the plaque at his sold-out headlining performance in New York, one of the cities on his sold-out Rave and Roses tour.
“Rema has shown that with hard work, intentionality, and determination it is possible to achieve great feats. Since his introduction to the industry in 2019, he has continuously grown and shown the fans many layers to his creativity. We are proud to be able to celebrate this milestone with Rema and we hope to celebrate more milestones in the future”, said Jason Johnson.
Rema receives a plaque, joining a group of Nigerian musicians who have streamed music more than 200 million times on Audiomack, which counts 5 million Nigerian users each month.
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