Stanley Okorie’s ‘Billionaire’ Tops The Spotify Nigeria Viral Chart
Stanley Okorie’s viral Nigeria hit tune ‘Billionaire’ has reached the top of Spotify Nigeria Viral 50 following a rise in activities spurred by its success on social media.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
‘Billionaire,’ a song written by artist Stanley Okorie and recorded for the Nollywood film “Return of the Billionaires,”
The single has recently trended on Tik Tok and Instagram, where it has been utilized as a soundtrack in videos. The song extols the virtues of money while urging those who possess it to enjoy it.
The message of ‘Billionaire,’ as well as the song’s music, have struck a chord with an audience that grew up watching Nollywood films that popularized similar songs.
Stanley Okorie’s ‘Billionaire’ outperforms other current songs such as Rexxie’s ‘Abracadabra,’ Libianca’s ‘People,’ and Omah Lay’s ‘Soso’ on Spotify Nigeria Viral 50.
The song topped the charts after a surge in Spotify streams fueled by its popularity on social media. It also serves as a reminder of how powerful social media can be in driving a song to mainstream popularity.
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