Rema‘s “Calm Down” remix climbs seven spots to No. 28 on the most recent Billboard Hot 100, up from No. 35 the previous week. The song has been in the charts for 21 weeks and continues to be very popular in the US.
Rema’s “Calm Down” tops the US Afrobeats List for the first time in history, spending 22 weeks at the top of the Billboard Afrobeats chart.
The top 5 songs remain the same, with Libianca‘s “People” continuing in second place, Tems’ “Free Mind” remaining in third place, Burna Boy‘s “Last Last” remaining in fourth place, and Wizkid‘s “Essence” remaining in fifth place.
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Rush by Ayra Starr climbs two spots to No. 6, Love Nwantiti by CKay drops to No. 7, Peru by Fireboy drops to No. 8, Oxlade stays at No. 9, and Higher by Tems rises to No. 10.
Joeboy‘s “Body & Soul” debuts at No. 45, while Rexxie‘s “Abracadabra” starring Skiibii & Naira Marley debuts at No. 36.