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Kelvynboy’s ‘Down Flat’ Debuts #22 on Billboard U.S. Afrobeat Songs Chart 

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Billboard on Tuesday, March 29, launched its very own United States Afrobeats music chart which ranks the 50 most popular Afrobeats songs making waves in the United States & Kelvynboy’s ‘Down Flat’ has debuted at #22 on the chart. Also featured on the chart is Atlanta-based Ghanaian hitmaker, Nektunez, Nektunez made it to the list with his hit song Amenor Amapiano featuring Goya Menor. The song debuted at number seven.

Kelvynboy’s “Downflat” since its release has made some major waves in the U.S and this comes as no surprise the song made its debut on the chart. “Downflat” peaked at #10 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales, it also peaked at #18 on Top Triller Global & currently #22 on the Billboard U.s. Afrobeat Songs Chart, this will be Kelvynboy’s third appearance on billboard charts with “Downflat”. www.billboard.com/charts

Leading the inaugural list, dated April 2, is “Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)” by Nigeria’s CKay, which was originally released in 2019 and has recently been boosted by a string of international remixes as a result of its virality on TikTok.

According to Billboard, data from Luminate, formerly MRC Data, shows the track drew 4.7 million official U.S. streams in the March 18-24 tracking week.

CKay’s hit song Emiliana also debut on the list at number 10.

Rounding out the initial Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs top five are Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran’s “Peru,” at No. 2; Wizkid’s “Essence,” featuring Justin Bieber and Tems, at No. 3; Omah Lay and Bieber’s’ “Attention,” at No. 4; and Tems’ “Free Mind,” at No. 5.

Tems leads with eight entries on the survey, highlighted by her featured turn on Wizkid’s “Essence” and her own “Free Mind.”

Wizkid follows with six chart entries. Burna Boy has five, Rema, four, and Davido. Check out the full first Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs chart here.www.billboard.com/charts

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