Davido celebrates albums milestones on streaming platform
Famous Nigerian Afrobeat singer David Adeleke, known by his stage name Davido, continues to soar as his latest album, ‘Timeless," hits astronomical heights.
This comes after a popular streaming platform, Turn Table Charts, announced the singer’s album as the first Afrobeat album to spend eight consecutive weeks at number one on the Top 50 Nigerian music charts.
Turn Table Charts on Friday in its weekly release on Twitter said, “@davido’s ‘Timeless’ spends an eighth consecutive week at No. 1 on the Official Top 50 Albums Chart in Nigeria
“It is the first album to spend its first two months at No. 1 on the albums chart in the country.”
In reaction to the new records, Davido simply retweeted the milestones on his official social media pages.
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