Don Jazzy reacts to the recent wins of Afrobeats Artists
“I’m super proud”- Don Jazzy reacts to achievements by Afrobeats Artists
Don Jazzy comments on the accomplishments of Afrobeats artists
The Mavin Label CEO in his tweet commented on the fact that Afrobeats seems to be taking over the globe and how its artists are breaking records everywhere.
In concluding his tweet, he stated that he was proud of the game.
“Afrobeats has never been this busy. You look left and right, home and abroad, there is so much to make you smile with pride. I’m super proud of the game.”
Afrobeats has never been this busy. You look left and right, home and abroad, there is so much to make you smile with pride. I’m super proud of the game. 🤍🐘
His tweet comes hours after Wizkid, and Temilade Openiyi, known professionally as Tems, have set a new record at the just concluded 2022 BET Awards.
Following their win in the Best Collaboration category at the BET Awards 2022, which took place in the early hours of today, Monday, June 27, 2022, Big Wiz and Tems set a new record for African artists as they became the first acts to achieve this undefeated feat at the award ceremony.
Wizkid, who was unable to attend the ceremony, was well represented by Tems, who took centre stage to accept the award and deliver a heartfelt speech.
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On the hand, Chukwuka Ekweani, popularly known as CKay, has hit new achievements and officially become the first Nigerian artist to achieve this feat with his hit song “Love Nwantiti” in France.
The emo-afrobeats singer and producer broke into the global scene with his smash tune ‘Love Nwatiti’ and has not stepped foot on the breaks since then.
CKay has reached yet another career milestone, as his global run continues to improve day by day, with no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
‘Love Nwantiti’ recently surpassed one billion streams on Spotify and has also surpassed 200 million views on YouTube as well.
After selling over 333,000 units of his hit song ‘Love Nwantiti,‘ the singer and producer is officially the first Nigerian artist to be certified diamond in France.