Don Jazzy, who is the boss of Mavin Records and a famous music producer, shared his excitement on social media about Rema’s song ‘Calm Down.’
In this song, Rema, who is also signed to Mavin Records, collaborated with the well-known American singer Selena Gomez. Something amazing happened with this song: it reached one billion streams on Spotify by September 10th.
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This is a huge deal because ‘Calm Down’ is now the first African song to ever reach one billion streams on Spotify.
The official Spotify X account, which used to be called Twitter, announced this fantastic achievement on a Sunday evening, and it means that Rema has joined an exclusive club called Spotify’s Billions Club.
The post read:
‘We can’t Calm Down, @heisrema has entered the #BillionsClub with the first African artist-led track to hit a billion streams on Spotify! Congratulations to Rema and @SelenaGomez!’
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— Spotify Africa (@SpotifyAfrica) September 10, 2023
Don Jazzy shared his excitement on his social media page, thanking Rema and Selena Gomez for their big achievement. He also thanked their fans, who are called Ravers and Selenators, and the Mavin team.
Don Jazzy posted a video that had clips of Rema performing the song, meeting Selena Gomez, and fans singing the lyrics.
On his social media page, Don Jazzy wrote:
“Massive congratulations to @heisrema as Calmdown ft @selenagomez just crossed 1 billion streams on Spotify. This is not small at allllll. Thanks for the love and support guys.”
Massive congratulations to @heisrema as Calmdown ft @selenagomez just crossed 1 BILLION STREAMS on Spotify. This is not small at allllll. Thanks for the love and support guys. #Ravers #Mavins #Jonzin #Selenators 🤍 🦇 pic.twitter.com/IZPq2Yvv6k
— ITS DON JAZZY AGAIN 🤍🐘 (@DONJAZZY) September 11, 2023