Ebunoluwa Damini Ogulu, higher identified as Burna Boy, has been named the most streamed Nigerian artist of 2022, in accordance to knowledge from music streaming service Spotify.
Victor Okpala, Spotify’s Artist and Label Partnerships Manager for West Africa, introduced the achievement.
According to the extremely anticipated annual round-up of the high artistes and music of the 12 months, as streamed by customers round the world, Burna Boy set the world on hearth, claiming the number-one spot as the most streamed artiste in Nigeria.
The high 3 most streamed artists in Nigeria are Burna Boy, Asake and Wizkid in respective order. For the Top 3 most streamed feminine artists, Ayra Starr leads the pack adopted by Tems and Rihanna.
Burna Boy has additionally been topped the most globally streamed artiste from Sub-Saharan Africa. The 2022 version of ‘Wrapped’ revealed that his observe, ‘Last Last’, additionally takes the lead for the most streamed tune and additionally the most-hearted tune in Nigeria.
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Spotify RADAR alumnus, Ayra Starr, is the most streamed feminine artiste in Nigeria, whereas Tems has the main vibe amongst Nigeria’s musical exports in 2022. ‘Wait For You’, the singer’s collaboration with Future & Drake, was the high Nigerian tune export of the 12 months.
Speaking on the achievements of Nigerian music stars and their songs, Okpala said, “2022 ushered us into an era of cultural overdrive and we’re excited for fans and artistes alike, to share these insights on the music they created and listened to this year.
“Wrapped 2022 will also featured messages from artistes to their listeners, and because sharing is caring. Users will be able to share their Wrapped cards on WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Fans can also unlock a personalised Snapchat lens that reflects their listening personality and those active in the Roblox universe, can head to Spotify Island for even more fun and games with some cool merch from several artistes including Ghana’s Black Sherif”, Okpala added.