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Rema tops 2022 ‘Most Viewed Music Videos’ list



Afrobeats star, Rema, has earned the no. 1 spot on the 2022 Most Viewed Nigerian Music Videos on YouTube with his hit single, ‘Calm Down’.

The list was compiled by renowned data intelligence and digital eco-system firm, Dataleum, and released on Friday.

The list, which analysed views from official music videos released in 2022 on YouTube, revealed that Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ video nearly got 300 million views.

Following closely was ‘Last Last’ by Burna Boy which garnered over 140 million views, and Kizz Daniel’s ‘Buga’ with 107 million views.

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A Burna Boy collaboration with Ed Sheeran, ‘For My Hand’, came fourth with 70 million views while Pheelz ‘Finesse’ featuring BNXN got 61 million.

Ayra Starr, who featured as the only female on the list came sixth with ‘Rush’, which garnered 53.1 million views on YouTube.

Other videos on the list include No Wahala remix(1da Banton ft Kizz Daniel, Tiwa Savage) with 53 million; Bandana (Fireboy ft Asake), 44 million; Overloading(Mavin All Stars), 44 million; and Sungba remix (Asake ft Burna Boy), 35 million.”

See analysis below:

Source: Dataleum

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