Davido's 'Fall' Becomes Longest-Charting Nigerian Song On Billboard
Davido at 02 Arena (Image credit: Instagram)

Multi-award winning artiste DMW Boss, Davido‘s “Fall”, has broken the record of being longest-charting Nigerian song on Billboard.

The hit single released in 2017 has given the singer his highest entry on the Billboard music chart.

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Concise News gathered that the song has been on the chart for four consecutive weeks and being its fourth week on the R&B/Hip-hop airplay chart, the single has risen to #29.

“Fall”, produced by Kiddominant, was in 39th place as at last week.

A few weeks ago, Rolling Stone reported that the song was enjoying new-found success on US radio.

At the time, four new radio stations were said to have added the into the rotation, making a total of 36 stations playing the song.

The increased airplay has resulted in keener interest of listeners in the song and the artiste and now, a continuous rise on the charts.

According to reports, the song is said to be one of the top 100 most Shazam’d singles in the US while it was a top 10 on Shazam in New York and Atlanta.

Shazam is an app that allows users to find out information about a song.

Recall that in December 2018, it became the first Nigerian music video to hit 100 million views on YouTube.

The Daps-directed video also made history as the most-viewed Nigerian music video of all time on YouTube.

Just last week, Davido headlined a sold-out concert at London’s O2 Arena.

The 20, 000-capacity venue was packed to the rafters, with the likes of Idris Elba and Naomi Campbell in attendance.