Davido’s ‘Fall’ Becomes Longest Charting Nigerian Song On The Billboard

DMW Boss, Davido‘s “Fall”, has broken the record of being longest-charting Nigerian song on Billboard.

The hit single released in 2017 has given the singer his highest entry on the Billboard music chart.

On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, ‘Fall’ climbed to the 29th position in the global charts board after four consecutive weeks becoming the first ever Nigerian single to achieve such a feat. As of last week, the Kiddominant single was in 39th place.

A few weeks ago, Rolling Stone reported that the song was enjoying new-found success on US radio as four new radio stations were said to have added it into the rotation. There is a total of 36 stations in the US playing the song.

The increased airplay has resulted in keener interest of listeners in the song and the artiste and now, a continuous rise on the charts.

According to reports, the song is said to be one of the top 100 most Shazam’d singles in the US while it was a top 10 on Shazam in New York and Atlanta.

Recall that in December 2018, it became the first Nigerian music video to hit 100 million views on YouTube.

The Daps-directed video also made history as the most-viewed Nigerian music video of all time on YouTube.

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