Davido’s ‘Fall’ Becomes First Nigerian Music Video to Reach 100 million Views On Youtube

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Davido’s ‘Fall’ has become the first Nigerian music video ever to amass a staggering 100 million views on Youtube.

Davido's 'Fall' Becomes First Nigerian Music Video to Reach 100 million Views On Youtube

The beautiful video, which is still amassing views as i type this, wrestled the title of most watched Nigerian music video on youtube from Yemi Alade’s Johnny late last month, and then went ahead to set a new record as the first Nigerian video ever (not just music video) to Amass a staggering 100million views.

The difference between Davido’s Fall and Yemi Alade’s Johnny video is’ while it took Yemi Alade’s ‘Johnny’ 4 years and 9 months to garner 98 Million views, it only took Davido’s ‘Fall’ a year and six months to amass up to a 100 million views.

Currently Davido’s Fall, also sits on the number 48 position on the US Billboard top 100 most played songs of 2018 under the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.

Davido's 'Fall' Becomes First Nigerian Music Video to Reach 100 million Views On Youtube

SEE VIDEO OF FALL BELOW


The Following Videos Below Completes the are the Top Three Most Viewed Nigerian Music Videos on Youtube

3. Personally – P Square

Over 86. 3 million views

With a record 86.3 million views and counting, “ Personally ,” the 2014 hit song by the duo of Nigerian celebrity twins Peter and Paul Okoye, P-Square is the 3rd most watched Nigerian music video on YouTube.

2. Johnny – Yemi Alade

Over 98 million Views

Yemi made her debut in the music scene in 2009, but it was until 2013 that she released this song and everyone was just blown away. The hit song ‘Johnny’ a currently holds YouTube record for the most watched African female video of all time. And the second most watched Nigerian video of all time.

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See Full list Below

Top 10 Most Viewed Nigerian Music Videos on Youtube (Updated: 2018)

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Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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