Afrobeats singer, Ayra Starr has spoken out following her record breaking achievement.
The Mavins signee made history as the first female Nigerian singer to surpass 100million streams on Spotify.
According to Chart data, Ayra Starr’ hit song, ‘Rush’ has become the first solo song by a female Nigerian artist to surpass 100 million streams on Spotify.
“@ayrastarr’s “Rush” becomes the first solo song by a female Nigerian artist to surpass 100 million streams on Spotify”, the tweet read.
Reacting to it, Ayra Starr noted how things that were once a dream to her are becoming her reality.
Congratulating herself she tweeted, “The things that were once just dreams. Congratulations superstar @ayrastarr!!!!”.
Simi becomes the first female artiste in Africa to hit 100 million play on Audiomack
In similar news, Nigerian sensational singer, Simi Ogunleye had broken a record by becoming the first female artiste to get 100 million plays on audiomack.
The “Duduke” crooner took to her Instagram page to share the good news with her family.
She showed her appreciation to audiomack for the opportunity given to her to air her song to the world.
She also showed her appreciation to God for the growth and to her fans for their support.
Simi added that she had an incredible time with amazing women at the Audiomack Women Music Brunch.
“@audiomackafrica thank you so much for the honour. First female to get 100 million plays on audiomack. I like it very much. Thank God for growth and thank God for my amazing fans for always supporting me.
I had an incredible time with my amazing women at the Audiomack Women In Music Brunch yesterday”.