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Cut female entertainers some slack, they work their butts off for their wealth- Mimi Andani Michaels

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Former singer and now Director of ‘Golden Movie Awards,’ Mimi Andani Michaels has expressed her displeasure at Ghanaians who ‘disrespect’ female entertainers in the country.

According to her, female entertainers work their asses off only to be called all sorts of names by the public.

In an Instagram post, Mimi queried:

“I don’t understand why Ghanaians just don’t want to honour or respect our celebrities. Can someone tell me why? Aah, you call your celebrities all sorts of names! Seriously, what is wrong with you people? Why do you disrespect them so much? Why? What did they do to you? Are you JEALOUS? I seriously don’t get it! You call them all sorts of names; people will work their butts off and then you will say they are prostituting, calling others pimps, etc! I mean every success a female celeb chalks is from a certain sugar daddy? Herrrrrrrr, women are making real cash, building empires and wealth by simply working as hard as men.Listen, I understand some might have led certain lives before, but hey, can you cut them some slack? No! Can you”.

Mimi’s outburst comes after several female celebrities have been tagged as “prostitutes” because some sections of Ghanaians believe the wealth they flaunt does not come from the movies they Starr in all in the case of the musicians, the songs/shows they play.

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Rock Dawuni speaks passionately against fan wars, calls for unity among Ghanaian musicians

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Two-time GRAMMY-nominated artist, Rocky Dawuni has sent out a plea to Ghanaian musicians and their fans to focus less on ‘beef’ and more on collaboration to help grow the music industry. (more…)

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Global Citizen Reveals 117 Million Lives Benefited Three Years On From Commitments Announced At The Epic Mandela 100 Festival

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To mark the third anniversary of the Mandela 100 festival, international advocacy organisation, Global Citizen, has announced that over 12 million lives have been impacted this year across Africa, and the world, adding to the 105 million lives reported last year. Impact from commitments announced at Mandela 100 now totals over 117 million people having benefited from pledges made at the ground-breaking festival in 2018 – which brought together world leaders, philanthropists, and the private sector to make commitments towards achieving the UN’s Global Goals, to end extreme poverty and its systemic causes.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, more than $4.7 billion of the total $7.2 billion in funding announced during the Mandela 100 campaign have been disbursed and allocated to key organisations on the front line of ending extreme poverty, in all its forms, and to communities in need around the world.

Over 70,000 Global Citizens, artists, and global leaders came together at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 2nd December 2018, united behind one mission to honour the life of Nelson Mandela in his centenary year. The event commemorated the legacy of a man whose extraordinary vision for peace and equality still resonates today with the hearts and minds of Global Citizens across the world.

Hosts of the event included Trevor Noah, Sir Bob Geldof, Naomi Campbell, Gayle King, Bonang Matheba, Tyler Perry, and Forest Whitaker, with ground breaking performances by Beyoncé & JAY-Z, Cassper Nyovest, Ed Sheeran, Sho Madjozi, and more.

During the festival Global Citizen and partners announced 60 key pledges across Health, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Food Security, Agriculture, Environment, Education, Education, Finance and Innovation.

By 2020, more than 105 million lives had been impacted by the commitments announced as part of the Mandela 100 campaign in 2018. Now one year on, Global Citizen can announce that a further 12 million liveshave been impacted from delivery of these pledges. Through pledges made at the festival, interventions have been vast, urgent, and critical for communities experiencing the compounded effects of extreme poverty and COVID-19.

Pledges have resulted in accelerated action to end child marriage, and the delivery of antiretroviral therapeutics to more than 5.1 million South Africans; efforts are underway to map the spread of river blindness in Guinea, Nigeria and Senegal, and computers and other educational equipment and facilities that enabled students to continue attending classes online during COVID-19.

Released this week, Global Citizen’s 2021 impact report highlights the latest disbursed commitments including:

  • USD $40 million has been spent by the Motsepe Foundation towards the provision of quality education, an increase of USD $20 million over the last 16 months. USD $50 million had been spent since 2018, contributing to the development and growth of agriculture and farming projects in traditional communities and poor rural and urban communities in KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Free State and Northern Cape. The funding has been for tractors, farming equipment and implements, irrigation systems, the digging and construction of several hundreds of boreholes, the provision of water tanks and water storage facilities, as well as the provision of fertilisers, seeds and other agricultural and farming inputs.
  • The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, the Elma Foundation UK, UK Aid, Virgin Unite, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation committed US$105 million to tackle neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) by 2023. Supported by the funding announced at Mandela 100, Sightsavers’ Accelerate programme has addressed neglected tropical diseases such as trachoma in 14 African countries, including Benin, Guinea-Bissau and Ethiopia. The program has delivered 7.4 million treatments for river blindness, lymphatic filariasis, and schistosomiasis and in the first quarter  of 2021, surgery activities were underway in 95 of the programme’s targeted 180 districts for the year, which has allowed for the treatment of 5,100 cases of trachoma.
  • Vodacom pledged ZAR 500 million (US$34.8 million) toward combating gender-based violence, teacher and learner digital literacy, and early childhood centers. In 2021 Vodacom’s Mandela 100 commitment has supported programmes that have had a profound  impact across key areas in gender, education, and literacy.
  • As a result of one of these programmes, more than 1,900 female farmers have been trained in relevant ICT skills to enable them to communicate with other farmers, access relevant products and services online, and ultimately provide them with access to economic opportunities by connecting them to potential buyers.
  • A Gender-Based Violence Command Centre (GBVCC) and website has provided victims of violence in South Africa with a source of support, by providing counselling, service referrals, and immediate response in the event of imminent danger, all free of charge.
  • Germany committed $72.4 million to support the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD).  Germany’s commitment helped support IFAD overall efforts, ensuring that from 2019 to 2021, 23.4 million people gained access to financial services, such as savings and credits, and almost 1.7 million hectares of land were brought under climate resilient practices. IFAD’s ongoing projects reached over 128 million people, surpassing the year’s goal of 120 million. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, IFAD has repurposed $179 million in the form of 58 projects across 36 countries to help relieve the pandemic’s profound impacts thanks in part to funding announced at Mandela 100, in other partners. Recently in Eritrea, for instance, $1 million has been repurposed through the “Fisheries Resources Management Programme” to provide temporary cold storage to make sure those affected by COVID-19 were able to store their harvests.

Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Co-founder and Chairperson of the Motsepe Foundation said:
“We are pleased with the progress we’ve made relating to our Global Citizen Mandela 100 commitments despite the Covid-19 challenges. We are committed to contributing to improving the living conditions and standards of living of millions of people in South Africa, the rest of the African Continent and the world.”

Chebet Chikumbu, Global Citizen’s Africa Regional Director said:
“Despite the ongoing pandemic, we’ve been working closely with our partners to ensure funds are being dispersed to communities most in need in Africa and across the world. Over the next year, we will continue to deliver on the accountability tied to Mandela 100 campaign pledges made, helping millions of the world’s most vulnerable combat poverty daily, while mitigating the ongoing personal implications and economic impacts of COVID-19.”  ​​

Global Citizen remains committed to bring Nelson Mandela’s dream into reality by ending extreme poverty. In order to achieve the United Nations’ Global Goals, including Global Citizen’s mission to end extreme poverty by 2030, we must end poverty in all its forms.

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Gyakie to sign-off 2021 with The Live Experience concert

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The FLIP THE MUSIC star’s terrific run of form has been a performance worth commemorating, and with the year down to its final month, Gyakie is ready to sign-off with a memorable showdown.

Slated for December 19, which happens to fall on a Sunday – a week shy of Christmas Day, the Ballantine’s sponsored concert will have the ‘Forever’ singer give fans a buzz at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, 7pm prompt. Dubbed ‘’The Live Experience with Gyakie’’, the concert will be curated by the artist’s label, FLIP THE MUSIC and is tipped to be one for the books.

This year, Gyakie’s presence has been strong and unrelenting. She inked a deal with Sony Music Entertainment/RCA Records UK, threw in a sassy virtual performance at the MTV Base YouTube African Day concert, featured on BBC World Service’s ‘’Focus on Africa’’ and was the first female African artist to partner with digital streaming platform (DSP) giant, Spotify on their EQUAL music program which got a billboard slot at the Times Square in New York City.

Her feats haven’t been any less extravagant on the music aisle either. She enjoyed great success with her ‘Forever’ remix for-which debuted on UK’s official Top 20 Afrobeat chart. Gyakie also emerged as 3Music Awards’ ‘’Woman of the Year’’ winner, next to her two-time feature on Billboard’s ‘’Top Triller’’ chart. The biggest highlight of her year however was on the back of her ‘’SEED’’ EP’s streaming numbers – a total of over 11 million streams across all DSPs.

Get your tickets here: https://tix.africa/gyakie

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Sarkodie, Local music rule as Spotify Wrapped reveals Ghana’s top albums, artists and more

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As the countdown to 2022 starts, nothing can round off this incredible year better than Spotify Wrapped, which sums up what made 365 million Spotify users around the globe vibe throughout the year.

In 2021, the world slowly came out of its quarantine lifestyle to embrace the New Normal. While at it, Spotify entered Ghana’s space, in line with the rise of audio streaming in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Now, for the fifth year running, Spotify is unveiling the top artists, albums, songs and playlists through Wrapped. Spoiler alert: the Ghanaian music industry is in for a treat as local albums and artists topped the charts among Spotify users in the country!

In Ghana, Rap, Afropop, Afro dancehall and Azontobeats were among the top genres as nightclubs reopened and people got their groove on. Speaking of rap music, none other than “King Sark” claimed the most album plays with “No Pressure” — knocking WizKid‘s “Made in Lagos” and Justin Bieber‘s “Justice” down to second and third in the process.

Sarkodie again ruled the chart as the Ghanaian people’s favourite artist, ahead of Drake and Nigeria’s Burna Boy. King Promise completed the Top 10 as one of three Ghanaian artists listed in it.

Hots Hits Ghana — featuring tracks from Black Sherif, Kuami Eugene, and Wendy Shay among others — was the most streamed playlist. In the midst of the Grammy Awards nominations buzz, it’s fair to say that Ghanaians truly support their own.

Check out Spotify’s full 2021 Wrapped results for Ghana further below. Also, be on the lookout for additional details and exciting new features in the coming days around Spotify’s popular personalised Wrapped and Creator Wrapped experiences, which gives users a deep dive into the music that defined their year. Wrapped is also now available in shareable data-driven stories format.

Ghana’s top Spotify Wrapped lists for 2021

Most streamed artists in Ghana

  1. Sarkodie

  2. Drake

  3. Burna Boy

  4. Kwesi Arthur

  5. WizKid

  6. Joeboy

  7. DaVido

  8. Justin Bieber

  9. Kanye West

  10. King Promise

Most streamed female artist in Ghana

  1. Tems

  2. Gyakie

  3. Nicky Minaj

  4. Doja Cat

  5. Adele

  6. Rihanna

  7. Teni

  8. Beyoncé

  9. Tiwa Savage

  10. Ariana Grande

Most streamed tracks in Ghana

  1. Feeling, by LADIPOE

  2. Peru, by Fireboy DML

  3. Slow Down, by King Promise

  4. Second Sermon, by Black Sherif

  5. Baajo, by Kwesi Arthur

  6. Door, by Joeboy

  7. Coachella, by Sarkodie (feat. Kwesi Arthur)

  8. Understand, by Omah Lay

  9. Essence, by WizKid (feat. Tems)

  10. Sip (Alcohol), by Joeboy

Most streamed albums in Ghana

  1. “No Pressure”, by Sarkodie

  2. “Made in Lagos”, by WizKid

  3. “Justice”, by Justin Bieber

  4. “Certified Lover Boy” by Drake

  5. “Donda”, by Kanye West

  6. “Shoot for Stars Aim for the Moon” by Pop Smoke

  7. “Twice as Tall”, by Burna Boy

  8. “A Better Time” by DaVido

  9. “The Golden Boy” by KiDi

  10. “Somewhere between Beauty & Magic”, by Joeboy

Most streamed local artists in Ghana

  1. Sarkodie 

  2. Kwesi Arthur

  3. King Promise

  4. Stonebwoy 

  5. Shatta Wale

  6. KiDi 

  7. Kuami Eugene

  8. R2Bees 

  9. Darkovibes 

  10. Black Sherif

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Three Decades Of 24th Night: Kojo Antwi Returns With “The Lovers Celebration”

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The first of his peers and blessed with the authenticity that powers victory, a class act with excellent musical delivery, Kojo Antwi celebrates 30 years of owning a date on Ghana’s national calendar.

A pacesetter and the greatest at what he does, it’s been three good decades of serving music lovers with his melodramatic performances at his flagship 24th December night shows and this year’s will be no exception.

With several names including Music Man, the Music Maestro among many others Kojo Antwi has over the years curated a highly respected public platform that has featured musical giants including Salif Keita (Mali), Steel Pulse (Jamaica & UK), Nana Kwame Ampadu (Ghana), Richard Bona (Cameroon), Freddie Meiway (Ivory Coast), Flavour (Nigeria), Pat Thomas (Ghana), Sonti (South Afrika), Aicha Kone (Ivory Coast), Steve Coleman (U.S.A), Reggie Rockstone (Ghana), Kamaldine (Guinea), King Mensah (Togo), Monique Seka (Ivory Coast) and more.

It is in line with these memorable experiences that Kojo Antwi mounts the stage again on December 24, 2021, at De Icon Event Center, Otele Avenue in Accra, Ghana to celebrate the 30th year of owning such an iconic night.

*Organized by Freedom Family Entertainment and Loggy Entertainment and supported by  Event Vendors Association*, tickets for the intimate night with the Maestro are fast selling at GHC200 for Economy, GHC500 for Business Class and GHC800 for First Class.

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Apple Music 2021 Year-end Charts: s Gyakie & Omah Lay’s ‘Forever’  tops rest of Africa

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Apple Music today reveals the biggest songs of the year with its annual Top 100 charts. For the first time, Apple Music shares the Top 100 2021: Fitness chart—spotlighting the most-played workout music across Apple Music and Fitness+—besides its Top 100 Streamed Songs, Top 100 Shazamed Songs and Top 100 Most-Read Lyrics! These global charts highlight and celebrate another incredible year in music, and together they provide a truly unique and global perspective on the year’s biggest music.

 

Check out Apple Music’s 2021 top charts below, and listen to the full Top 100 charts-playlists on Apple Music at music.apple.com

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Chart Toppers

– Top Streamed Song of 2021:  Dynamite – BTS

– Top Read Lyrics: drivers license – Olivia Rodrigo

– Top Streamed Workout Song: Head & Heart (feat. MNEK) [Tiësto Remix] – Joel Corry

– Top Shazamed Song: Astronaut In The Ocean – Masked Wolf

 

The Top Songs of 2021

The year’s most-played songs around the world on Apple Music

After a year in which much of the world’s population was trapped in their homes, 2021 was all about having one foot out the door. This chart compiling the most-streamed songs across the globe on Apple Music between October 16, 2020, and October 15, 2021, is a mirror of that tentativeness and hopefulness—a mix of thrilling new hits that helped shake the world from its stasis alongside favorites we returned to when that jolt felt like too much. What they all have in common, from hip-hop upstarts to a wave of Japanese artists striving in streaming to a K-pop juggernaut primed for planetary domination, is that they brought comfort and catharsis at a time when we all needed them most.

 

Top 100 2021: Most-Read Lyrics

Mic check! These are the songs our users just had to sing along to this year.

Every year, Apple Music tallies which songs had the most popular lyrics, read—and, surely, sung—by fans around the world. The top 100 are compiled into a karaoke-ready playlist, which you can find below. The top of this year’s list is dominated by Olivia Rodrigo, the TikTok sensation turned bona fide pop star with three songs in the top 10. “drivers license,” her runaway breakthrough single that was released in January when she was just 17, is a masterfully vivid postcard of vulnerability and teen heartache—rich, brooding, and melodramatic. It’s the sort of big, catchy ballad that makes you want to hit the road and belt along: “And you’re probably with that blonde girl/Who always made me doubt/She’s so much older than me/She’s everything I’m insecure about.”

 

Top 100 2021: Fitness

The most-played workout music across Apple Music and Fitness+ this year

Whether it’s to keep the vibes positive and uplifting, to tap into a deeper sense of purpose, or just to remind us of a great night out, the music we choose to work out to is so personal. Apple Music’s Top 100 2021: Fitness is a comprehensive look at what tracks did the trick for sweating it out in 2021. Compiling data from all of our Apple Music Fitness playlists, as well as what the Fitness+ trainer team was programming through the Studio Series, Fitness+ Spotlight collection, and even the Fitness+ workouts themselves, this set represents the year’s most-played high-energy music.

 

Top 100 2021: Shazam

Find out which songs received the most Shazams, globally, in 2021

Think back throughout the year: How many times did you use Shazam to identify a song? Are you one of the 11.7 million fans who used the app to discover Masked Wolf’s “Astronaut in the Ocean”? The Australian hip-hop artist’s sleeper hit may have first been released in 2019, but after going viral on TikTok, it received more Shazams than any other song in the world during 2021—by quite a margin, in fact. The Weeknd came in second, with 8.5 million Shazams for “Save Your Tears,” while Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” received 8.1 million.

 

South Africa

  • The Apple Music 2021 Year End Music Charts in South Africa sees Amapiano producer Busta 929 & the late Mpura top the Top Songs of 2021 charts with their #1 single ‘Umsebenzi Wethu’ which dominated the country’s airwaves and dance floors last summer.
  • It was another strong year for South African artists on the charts, with over 44% of the Top 100 songs of the year and 26% of the Top 100 albums of the year on Apple Music in South Africa.
  • Drake’s latest album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ shattered streaming records around the world and was the #1 album of 2021 on Apple Music in South Africa. The highest charting South African album of 2021 was Afrikaans artist Riaan Benade’s debut album ’Spontaan’ .
  • Drake was also the #1 artist of the year on Apple Music in South Africa and the highest charting local artist was Amapiano king Kabza de Small.
  • Kwiish SA Feat. Njelic, MalumNator & De Mthuda’s single ‘LiYoshona’ was the #1 most Shazamed song of the year and Kabza De Small was the most Shazamed artist of the year in South Africa.
Apple Music Top Songs of 2021 – South Africa

https://music.apple.com/za/playlist/top-songs-of-2021-south-africa/pl.74282e60780842148625504c638d862b

  1. Busta 929 & Mpura – Umsebenzi Wethu (feat. Zuma, Mr JazziQ, Lady Du & Reece Madlisa)
  2. De Mthuda – John Wick (feat. Sir Trill & Da Muziqal Chef)
  3. Kwiish SA – LiYoshona (feat. Njelic, MalumNator & De Mthuda)
  4. Blaq Diamond – SummerYoMuthi
  5. Tiësto – The Business
  6. DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU – Izolo (feat. Madumane, Mpura, Daliwonga & Visca)
  7. The Weeknd – Blinding Lights
  8. Musa Keys – Vula Mlomo (feat. Sir Trill & Nobantu Vilakazi)
  9. DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU – Banyana (feat. Sir Trill, Daliwonga & Kabza De Small)
  10. Mr JazziQ & 9umba – uLazi (feat. Zuma & Mpura)
  11. Olivia Rodrigo – drivers license
  12. Wizkid – Essence (feat. Tems)
  13. Soa mattrix & Soulful G – uThando (feat. Shaun 101)
  14. Cassper Nyovest – Siyathandana (feat. Abidoza & Boohle)
  15. Mr JazziQ & Busta 929 – VSOP (feat. Reece Madlisa, Zuma, Mpura, Riky Rick & 9umba)
  16. Azana – Your Love
  17. Big Zulu – Mali Eningi (feat. Riky Rick & Intaba Yase Dubai)
  18. DBN Gogo,Blaqnick & MasterBlaq – Khuza Gogo (feat. Mpura, AmaAvenger & M.J)
  19. DJ Stokie – Superman (feat. Kabza De Small, Masterpiece YVK & Madumane)
  20. Major League Djz & Abidoza – Dinaledi (feat. Mpho Sebina)

 

Apple Music Top Albums of 2021 – South Africa

  1. Drake – Certified Lover Boy
  2. Pop Smoke – Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon (Deluxe)
  3. Wizkid – Made In Lagos
  4. Kanye West – Donda
  5. Riaan Benade – Spontaan
  6. Ariana Grande – Position
  7. Olivia Rodrigo – SOUR
  8. Justin Bieber – Justice
  9. Makhadzi – Kokovha
  10. J. Cole – The Off-Season
  11. The Weeknd – After Hours
  12. Drake – Scorpion
  13. Drake – Views
  14. Kabza De Small – I Am the King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust
  15. Drake – Take Care (Deluxe Version)
  16. Sun-El Musician – To the World & Beyond
  17. Summer Walker – Over It
  18. Drake – More Life
  19. Blxckie – B4now
  20. Mr JazziQ & Busta 929 – Maba Jabul’abantu

Apple Music Top Artists of 2021 – South Africa

  1. Drake
  2. Kanye West
  3. Justin Bieber
  4. Pop Smoke
  5. J. Cole
  6. The Weeknd
  7. Kabza De Small
  8. Beyonce
  9. Taylor Swift
  10. DJ Maphorisa

 

Top Shazamed Songs of 2021 – South Africa

  1. Kwiish SA Feat. Njelic, MalumNator & De Mthuda – LiYoshona
  2. Musa Keys Feat. Sir Trill & Nobantu Vilakazi – Vula Mlomo
  3. Busta 929 & Mpura Feat. Zuma, Mr JazziQ, Lady Du & Reece Madlisa – Umsebenzi Wethu
  4. Boohle Feat. Njelic, Ntokzin & De Mthuda – Wamuhle
  5. DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU Feat. Madumane, Mpura, Daliwonga & Visca – Izolo
  6. DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU Feat. Sir Trill, Daliwonga & Kabza De Small – Banyana
  7. De Mthuda Feat. Sir Trill & Da Muziqal Chef – John Wick
  8. Mthandazo Gatya Feat. DJ Manzo SA & Comado – Senzeni
  9. DJ Obza Feat. DJ Freetz & Nkosazana – Dlozi ‘lam
  10. Zandimaz Feat. Nokwazi – Emathandweni

Top Shazamed Artist of 2021 – South Africa

  1. Kabza De Small

 

Nigeria 

  • The Apple Music 2021 Year End Music Charts in Nigeria sees a clean sweep for the Starboy himself Wizkid.
  • Wizkid’s Feat.Tems tops the Apple Music Top Songs of 2021 charts with their #1 hit and Top 10 Billboard single ‘Essence’.
  • Wizkid also topped Apple Music’s Top Albums of 2021 chart with his #1 Grammy nominated album ‘Made in Lagos’.
  • Wizkid was also the #1 Artist of the Year on Apple Music in Nigeria.
  • It was a great year for local artists with over 96% of the Top 100 songs of the year and 48% of the Top 100 albums of the year on Apple Music.
  • Former Africa Now cover star, Ghanaian breaking artist, Gyakie’s single ‘Forever’ was the #1 most Shazamed song of the year & Davido was the most Shazamed artist of the year in Nigeria.
Apple Music Top Songs of 2021 – Nigeria 

https://music.apple.com/za/playlist/top-songs-of-2021-nigeria/pl.3771c53436734784955bb4e0ecd95b4f

  1. Wizkid – Essence (feat. Tems)
  2. Wizkid – Ginger (feat. Burna Boy)
  3. Ruger – Bounce
  4. Davido – The Best (feat. Mayorkun)
  5. LADIPOE & Buju- Feeling
  6. Olamide – Infinity (feat. Omah Lay)
  7. Omah Lay – Godly
  8. Bella Shmurda,Zlatan & Lincoln – Cash App
  9. Wizkid – Blessed (feat. Damian Jr. Gong Marley)
  10. Omah Lay – Understand
  11. Davido – Jowo
  12. Gyakie & Omah Lay – Forever (Remix)
  13. Zinoleesky – Kilofeshe
  14. Olamide – Rock
  15. Fireboy DML – Peru
  16. Davido – Holy Ground (feat. Nicki Minaj)
  17. CKay – Felony
  18. Buju – Outside
  19. Rexxie & MohBad – Kpk (Ko Por Ke)
  20. Lojay & Sarz – Monalisa

 

Apple Music Top Albums of 2021 – Nigeria 

  1. Wizkid – Made In Lagos
  2. Davido – A Better Time
  3. Burna Boy – Twice As Tall
  4. Olamide – Carpe Diem
  5. Pop Smoke – Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon
  6. Omah Lay – What Have We Done – EP
  7. Joeboy – Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic
  8. Olamide – UY Scuti
  9. Ruger – PANDEMIC – EP
  10. Justin Bieber – Justice
  11. Fireboy DML – APOLLO
  12. Ayra Starr – 19 & Dangerous
  13. Burna Boy – African Giant
  14. Drake – Certified Lover Boy
  15. Blaqbonez – Sex Over Love
  16. Teni – WONDALAND
  17. Lojay & Sarz – LV N ATTN – EP
  18. Chike – Boo of the Booless
  19. Lil Durk – The Voice (Deluxe)
  20. Roddy Ricch – Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial

 

Apple Music Top Artists of 2021 – Nigeria

  1. Wizkid
  2. Davido
  3. Burna Boy
  4. Olamide
  5. Omah Lay
  6. Pop Smoke
  7. Drake
  8. Fireboy DML
  9. Bella Shmurda
  10. Lil Durk

 

Top Shazamed Songs of 2021 – Nigeria

  1. Gyakie – Forever
  2. Ruger – Bounce
  3. AV – Big Thug Boys
  4. Bella Shmurda, Zlatan & Lincoln – Cash App
  5. Jaywillz – Medicine
  6. LADIPOE & Buju – Feeling
  7. Olamide Feat. Omah Lay – Infinity
  8. Rexxie & MohBad – KPK (Ko Por Ke)
  9. Focalistic Feat. Vigro Deep – Ke Star
  10. Lojay & Sarz – Monalisa

 

Top Shazamed Artist of 2021 – Nigeria

  1. Davido

 

Rest of Africa 

https://music.apple.com/za/playlist/top-100-ghana/pl.78f1974e882d4952b26ebfb8e017c933

https://music.apple.com/za/playlist/top-100-kenya/pl.0b36ea82865d4adeb9d1d62207aab172

https://music.apple.com/za/playlist/top-songs-of-2021-tanzania/pl.a244575a739e471aaf51d8f32cd5981b

  • Looking across the rest of Africa, the Apple Music 2021 Year End Music Charts sees Gyakie & Omah Lay’s ‘Forever’ as the Top Song of 2021 and Davido’s ‘A Better Time’ the Top Album of 2021 in Ghana.
  • In Kenya Olamide Feat. Omah Lay’s ‘Inifinity’ was the Top Song and Wizkid’s ‘Made in Lagos’ was the Top Album of 2021,  and in Tanzania  Olamide Feat. Omah Lay’s ‘Inifinity’ was the Top Song and Davido’s ‘A Better Time’ the Top Album of 2021.
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