Rema's 'Calm Down' becomes first colloration to spend a full year on Billboard's Pop Song Chart
Rema's hit song 'Calm Down' featuring Selena Gomez becomes the first collaboration in history to spend over a full year on the Pop Songs airplay chart.
Rema's hit track 'Calm Down' has garnered massive international recognition, setting numerous records on the US Billboard Charts. The global sensation has already etched its name in history as the first African song to top the Pop Songs Chart.
Chart Data proclaimed Calm Down as the "longest-charting and most successful African song of all time". According to BBC, the song spent 57 weeks on Billboard Hot 100. The collaboration with Selena Gomez opened the door for the powerful tune to gain massive popularity outside Africa.
To date, the top-charting track has secured the Best Afrobeat category at the MTV Video Music Awards, and Rema delivered a live performance of the song during the 2023 Ballon d'Or awards ceremony.
Here are some reactions from fans on social media
Collab of the decade 🔥— Daminispost (@bigseven4L_) November 1, 2023
song of the century ❤️🔥❤️🔥— Paul⁴ is #SingleSoon | BLM (@selenastan18) November 1, 2023
Rema did that !!!— MACHALA JNR🌍🇬🇧 (@starboylekzy1) November 1, 2023
Global Success That Deserves a Grammy— xine (@xineco0) November 1, 2023