In a recent report released by Top Charts Africa on their Instagram page, Diamond has been crowned the most streamed African artist on YouTube with over 2.14 billion streams. The Tanzanian artist has also broken records as the most subscribed African artist in sub-Saharan Africa, with an impressive 7.65 million subscribers. This is a great feat for the talented East African artist, who has been making waves in the African music industry for several years.
Following closely behind Diamond is Nigeria's very own Burna Boy with over 2.05 billion streams. Burna Boy has been making a name for himself in the global music industry, earning himself a Grammy Award for his album "Twice as Tall." This achievement has undoubtedly propelled him to the top of the charts and has made him a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.
Taking the third spot on the list is another Nigerian artist, Wizkid, with over 1.67 billion streams. Wizkid has been in the music industry for over a decade and has earned himself numerous awards and accolades. His unique sound has earned him a spot among the top African artists and has made him a fan favorite.
In fourth place is Congolese superstar Fally Ipupa with over 1.40 billion streams. Ipupa has been making waves in the African music industry for several years and has established himself as one of the most talented and versatile artists on the continent.
Nigerian superstar Davido takes the fifth spot on the list with over 1.29 billion streams. Davido has been in the industry for over a decade and has earned himself a spot among the top African artists. His unique sound and style have earned him a loyal fan base, and his music has been streamed across the globe.
Ckay, another Nigerian artist, takes the sixth spot on the list with over 1.15 billion streams. This is a significant achievement for the young artist, who has been making waves in the industry in recent years.
In seventh place is Flavour, another talented Nigerian artist, with over 1.10 billion streams. Flavour has been in the industry for over a decade and has earned himself a loyal fan base across the continent.
Psquare, the Nigerian duo consisting of Peter and Paul Okoye, takes the eighth spot on the list with over 1.09 billion streams. The duo has been making music together for several years and has earned themselves a spot among the top African artists.
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In ninth place is the young Nigerian artist Rema with over 1.06 billion streams. Rema has been making waves in the industry in recent years, earning himself a loyal fan base across the continent.
Finally, Tekno takes the tenth spot on the list with 964 million streams. Tekno has been making music for several years and has earned himself a spot among the top African artists.
The African music industry has been growing at an impressive rate. With more and more artists emerging from the continent, the future of African music looks bright, and we can only expect to see more records being broken in the years to come.