Nigerian singer Simi Sora Ogunley, also known as Simi, became the first female artist to reach a stream of 100 million. Boomplay..
Boomplay, one of Nigeria’s leading music streaming platforms, made an announcement across its social media platform on Saturday to celebrate its monumental achievements.
Tosin Sorinola, director of Boomplay’s Artiste and Media Relations, said:
“As an organization, we recognize and congratulate the progress of female artists around the world.”
Solinora said the award-winning singer’s fifth solo project, To Be Honest (TBH), has brought her breakthroughs.
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This adds Simi to the list of Nigerian artists such as Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Fireboy DML, Omah Lay and Joeboy, who previously won 100 million streams on Boomplay.
Born in Ojueregba, 34, the singer-songwriter became mainstream with the single “Tiff” in 2014, establishing himself as a super-talented songwriter and singer.
The last four children who grew up as tomboys after their parents broke up at the age of nine after the hit never looked back.
Her 2017 name album “Simisola” won “Album of the Year” at Headies.
Also, her deep understanding of music saw her serving as a judge in 2022, the seventh season of Nigerian idols.
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This achievement was of great value not only to the stains, but also to other female artists whose talents created the female backbone of Nigeria’s fast-growing music industry.
Meanwhile, Simi previously set a record as the first African female artist to reach 100 million streams on Audiomack.
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