The song’s amazing 64-week run on the Billboard Pop Airplay chart is evidence of its ongoing appeal in the US, where it has been certified platinum.
“Calm Down” has been a chart-topping hit since its release, enthralling listeners all over the world with its catchy tune, incredible production, and Rema‘s unique vocals.
After becoming the first African song to top the Billboard pop airplay chart, the first to spend 52 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, the longest-running number-one song in the history of the Billboard Afrobeats songs chart, and the first Afrobeats song to reach one billion Spotify streams, “Calm Down” is still breaking records.
The song, which was one of the lead songs from Rema’s 2022 debut album “Raves & Roses,” became extremely popular all around the world after American popstar Selena Gomez appeared on the remix.
The song has been charting for 68 weeks on the Billboard pop radio chart, which is longer than any previous record held by Harry Styles’ “As It Was,” which was 67 weeks.