‘Ckay The First’ Becomes Most Streamed African Album On Spotify

'Ckay The First' Becomes Most Streamed African Album On Spotify
‘Ckay The First’ Becomes Most Streamed African Album On Spotify

Multi platinum selling artist, CKay’s second extended playlist, ‘CKay the First’ has become the highest streamed project by an African act in Spotify history.

The project which was released on 30 August 2019 has garnered over 661 million streams surpassing Burna Boy’s,African Giant’ which was at 660.9 million streams on Spotify.

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The project was self-produced by CKay, with additional production from Tempoe, Real Btee, and featured guest appearances from DJ LamboBOJ, Blaqbonez, and Barry Jhay.

Meanwhile, the award-winning Nigerian singer has continued to break records and score multiple global chart toppers.

In addition, it is worthy of note that CKay is the first African to reach one billion streams on Spotify. He also shut down the CHAN Finals with over 40,000 fans singing hit single, ‘Love Nwantiti’, off the project.

‘Love Nwantiti’ has earned numerous certifications in many other territories around the world and set up CKay as the first African artist to reach 30 million monthly Spotify listeners, a record which was further consolidated by ‘Emiliana’, another global smash hit.

This global success has culminated in the release of his debut album,Sad Romance’, and the singer, producer and songwriter has received several awards and global brand endorsements.

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