Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ Remix Becomes Most Streamed Afrobeats Song Of 2022.
The remix of Rema’s popular song “Calm Down,” the most streamed Afrobeats tune of the year, will help the Nigerian superstar conclude 2022 on a high note.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The international popularity of Rema’s smash song “Calm Down” from his first album “Raves & Roses” has helped the Afrobeats superstar have year-round success.
Selena Gomez helped with the single’s worldwide remix, and fans of Afrobeats throughout the world have taken notice.
The remix dominated the US Afrobeats chart and handed Rema his first Billboard Hot 100 entry.
The Selena Gomez-assisted remix has broken a streaming record, becoming the most-played Afrobeats song of 2022. This information was made public in a post by the music service We Talk Sound, which noted that when the song’s original and remix are combined, there have been over 436 million streams.
The O2 Brixton Hall, where Rema announced that “Calm Down” had amassed more than 1 billion streams across all platforms, was one of the sold-out locations on his successful tour of Europe and America.
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