Davido’s ‘Fall’ Hits New Record, Spends 8 Consecutive Weeks On Billboard Charts

It is a shiny new week and 's 2017 single keeps on ascending on the Billboard charts.

Davido's 'Fall' Hits New Record, Spends 8 Consecutive Weeks On Billboard Charts

What began like an infrequent blip is relentlessly developing into a memorable minute for Davido as his hit song, ‘Fall‘ is setting new records on the Global charts.

Half a month back, we had announced that ‘Fall‘ had turned into the longest charting Nigerian song on the Billboard charts after it went through the fourth week rising five spots to the 29th position on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts dependent on request and radio twists inside the United States.

As at Tuesday, March 5 2019, the hybrid hit has now gone through about two months on the charts topping at the No 26 position since it advanced into the charts in 2018, almost a year after it was released.

This is a record that has never been exclusively accomplished by any other Nigerian song.

Fall‘ has additionally gone up to the 21st spot on the US Top 40 Urban Radio songs in the chart released for the current week.

In 2017, Davido recorded extraordinary accomplishment with the arrival of his singles like ‘If‘, ‘FIA‘ and ‘Fall‘. The music video for ‘Fall,’ likewise left a mark on the world as the first Nigerian music video to achieve the 100 million views mark on YouTube, turning into the most watched Nigerian music video on YouTube.

The constant ascent of the song is a noteworthy confirmation of his developing prevalence on the worldwide stage, particularly in America, a spot he has for a long while been itching to overcome.

Davido who is by and by in the US on a press run to promote his songs has reliably communicated his shock with the deferred acknowledgment that ‘Fall‘ is getting a charge out of with the American crowd.

In a meeting with DJ WhooKid on Sirius/XM Radio Shade 45, he had expressed, ”To be honest, everyone asking why it is ‘Fall‘, I just woke up and the record is everywhere… but honestly I think it went crazy after the BET Awards, I was the first artist to receive the award on the mainstream stage and from there, it went up.”

Check out the charts below.

Davido's 'Fall' Hits New Record, Spends 8 Consecutive Weeks On Billboard Charts