Billboard’s Top 15 Most Streamed Sub-Saharan African Artists

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Nigerian singer Burna Boy has been unveiled as the most-streamed artist in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to Billboard.

Burna Boy Leads Billboard’s Top 15 Sub-Saharan African Artists

On the list titled “ Billboard ’s Top 15 Sub – Saharan African Artists” which is based on global views, Burnaboy takes the lead with 435.57 million streams, Tanzanian Diamond Platnumz comes in second with 291.98 million streams while Davido takes the third spot with 285.76 million streams.

Nigerian gospel singer, Sinach who became the first African to top the Billboard USA Christian songwriters chart last month was also featured on the list.

See below for the full list:

Billboard’s Top 15 Most Streamed Sub-Saharan African Artists

1 . Burna Boy – 435.57 M
2 . Diamond Platnumz – 291.98 M
3 . Davido – 285.76 M
4 . Fally Ipupa – 186.5 M
5 . Wizkid – 176.23M
6 . Innoss ’B – 155.67M
7 . TeknoMiles – 153.07M
8 . Mr Eazi – 139.68 M
9 . Harmonize – 138.98 M
10. Rayvanny – 133.69 M
11. Flavour – 130.15M
12. Sinach – 120.73 M
13. Eddy Kenzo – 109.73M
14. Yemi Alade – 109.55 M
15. Joeboy – 106.08 M



Mr Madu
Mr Madu is a freelance writer, a lover of Africa and a frequent hiker who loves long, vigorous walks, usually on hills or mountains.

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