The Ghanaian artist Amaarae, has set a new record after her song “Sad Girls Luv Money” debuted at number 80 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Ghanaian-American singer, songwriter, producer Ama Serwah Genfi, known professionally as Amaarae has broken a new record with the debut of her “Sad Girls Luv Money” song on the US Billboard Hot 100 at the no. 80 spot.
This was shared via Instagram on Tuesday, the 16th of November 2021.
This week, The singer-song “Sad Girls Luv Money” featuring Moliy debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100, making her the first female Afrobeats artist on the chart.
“Sad Girls Luv Money” was one of the songs on Amaarae’s debut album, “The Angel You Don’t Know” which was released in 2020.
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The song featured a fast-rising Ghanaian act, Moliy and soon began to gain ground both locally and internationally.
The song has been doing quite well in the United States recently, so Amaarae had to go on tour there and finally create a remix with Kali Uchis.
She is the first female Afrobeats artist and the first Ghanaian to rank on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.
The singer’s song Sad Girls Luv Money is presently number one on the Shazam chart in the United States, replacing Ckay’s smash hit Love Nwantiti in the process.