Wizkid and Chris Brown’s “Call Me Everyday” on charts in 27 countries and counting

Wizkid and Chris Brown’s “Call Me Everyday” has taken the music industry by storm with appearances on music charts in 27 countries as at Tuesday’s count. 

Among the countries on the list are:  United Arab Emirates (32)

USA (92), UK (93) and even Zimbabwe (22).

Others are: British Virgin Island (36), Botswana (62), Bermuda (44), Swaziland (49)

Trinidad and Tobago (37), Uganda (6) and Nigeria (2).

The collaboration between Wizkid and Chris Brown comes on the heels of another feat by Wizkid where he reportedly recorded two colossal milestones on the official music chart, Billboard.

The US music chart platform recently announced Big Wiz’s global hit “Essence” which features Tems as the longest-charting African song.

After nine months of release, “Essence” debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 82 and enjoyed an impressive run which saw it peak at number 9, making it the only Nigerian record ever to break into the Billboard Hot 100 top 10.

Star boy’s fourth studio album “Made In Lagos” was also announced the longest-charting African album as it has spent over 67 weeks on the Billboard world albums chart.

Altogether, the two feats make the Grammy-winning singer, the longest-charting African artiste on Billboard.


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