Afrobeats singer, Wizkid has recorded his fourth Billboard Hot 100 entry with Chris Brown‘s “Call Me Everyday” which debuted at number 74 on the chart.
Chris Brown tapped Wizkid for his Afrobeats-inspired single ‘Call Me Everyday’ which is one of the songs in his latest album “Breezy”.
This becomes Wizkid’s fourth entry on America’s official music chart after previously recording entries with Drake‘s 2016 hit single “One Dance” which peaked at number one, Beyoncé‘s “Brown Skin Girl” which reached Number 76 on the chart, and “Essence” featuring Tems and Justin Bieber which peaked at number 9.
Chris Brown had previously collaborated with Wizkid on two other songs. This includes the 2016 remix of “Shabba” and the single “African Bad Gyal” from Wizkid’s 2017 album.
When asked about his relationship with Wizkid in a recent interview, Chris Brown said, “[He] has been my friend for 15 years plus.
“Other than just being on the road with each other, we always have playful studio sessions where we make fun music, But this time we made a real record. And I feel like it’s dope.”
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) July 5, 2022