A Good Time’, an album by Davido, a Nigerian singer, has surpassed one billion streams across digital platforms.
Columbia Records in the United Kingdom broke the news on its social media page on Tuesday.
“Huge congrats [email protected] ‘– A Good Time’ has officially reached over 1 billion streams!,” it wrote on Twitter.
The 17-track project, which was the singer’s second studio album, was released in November 2019.
The album featured several music stars including Chris Brown, an American R&B singer; Popcaan, a Jamaican dancehall deejay; Peruzzi; Zlatan Ibile; Naira Marley, Wurld and Dremo.
Some tracks on the project include ‘Check Am’, ‘Disturbance’, ‘D&G’, ‘Get to You’, ‘Green Light Riddim’, ‘Sweet in the Middle’, ‘Animashaun’, ‘Blow My Mind’, ‘One Thing’, ‘Big Picture’, ‘Company’ and ‘Fall’.
About five months after the release of the project, Davido, whose real name is David Adeleke, announced that he would be dropping ‘A Better Time’ album before July ends.
The success recorded by ‘A Good Time’ album is yet another feat for the ‘OBO’ crooner in what has been an amazing music career.
Since his foray into the Nigerian music industry, the singer has become a sensation with strings of projects. He has also earned a slew of awards and a huge fanbase.
He, however, stirred controversies when he dubbed himself and Wizkid as the two greatest Nigerian musicians of all time.