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NIGERIA New Milestone for Yemi Alade as “Johnny” Reaches 100 Million Views on YouTube

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Yemi Alade, who Afro B featured on “Melanin (Remix)” days ago, has scored another milestone in her illustrious music career, as her song “Johnny” has reached 100 million views on YouTube, a feat indeed.

She would be the first African artiste to achieve this.

A delighted took to Instagram to share the good news. “THANK YOU – THANK YOU – THANK YOU🔥🔥🔥 100MILLIONVIEWS #JOHNNY – @yemialade#WEDIDIT #ITSEFFYZZIEMUSICGROUP #2019NaYearOfFireWorks #yemialade CC @effyzziemusicgroup @rebelmove @kokobelieves @onaziogaba @shopsydoo @justjojoent

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THANK YOU – THANK YOU – THANK YOU🔥🔥🔥 100MILLIONVIEWS #JOHNNY – @yemialade #WEDIDIT #ITSEFFYZZIEMUSICGROUP . #2019NaYearOfFireWorks #yemialade . .CC @effyzziemusicgroup @rebelmove @kokobelieves @onaziogaba @shopsydoo @justjojoent

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Yemi Alade, the “Number One” mastermind who has warred sporadically with Tiwa Savage, has always called herself “Mama Africa.” Given her massive appeal across the continent and her recent milestone, one cannot but say she has earned her stripes.

She has collaborated with some music stars across the continent, including Salif Keita (on “Diawara Fa”), Bucie (on “You Choose Me”), DJ Kentalky (on “Looking For Me”), and Flavour (on “Crazy Love”).

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Open Close” and “Oga” are two of Yemi Alade’s most recent offerings, both released last year. Her “100 million triumph,” we hope, should spur her into more magical releases this year.

The good times are really just beginning for Yemi Alade. Or what do you think? Join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.

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