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Calm Down by Rema enters the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100


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The remix of Rema’s song “Calm Down” Selena Gomez has achieved remarkable success in the US, where it has sold over a million copies and been awarded a platinum plaque by the RIAA.

Tems is still listed on the chart thanks to Future’s “Wait For U,” which debuted at No. 35 and has now spent 40 weeks there.

Rema’s remix of “Calm Down” continues to rule the US Afrobeats Songs chart, spending a total of 26 weeks at the top.

The top 5 songs remain the same: Libianca’s “People,” Tems’ “Free Mind,” Ayra Starr’s “Rush,” and Wizkid’s “Essence,” which features Tems and Justin Bieber, remain at Nos. 3 and No. 4, respectively.

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Burna Boy’s “Last Last” continues to be ranked at No. 6, followed by Oxlade’s “Kulosa” at No. 7, CKay’s “Love Nwantiti” at No. 8, Fireboy’s “Peru” feat. Ed Sheeran at No. 8, and Burna Boy’s “Alone” at No. 9.

This week’s debuts include BNXN’s “Gwagwalada” featuring Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez at No. 13 and Rema’s “Holiday” at No. 14, respectively. Mannywellz’s “Ooou aah” and Rema’s second single, “Reason You,” both make their debuts at Nos. 33 and 39, respectively.

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