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Rema Wins Double At 2024 ASCAP London Music Awards



Nigerian Afrobeats sensation Rema has added to his impressive list of accolades, as his global hit ‘Calm Down’ swept the 2024 ASCAP London Music Awards, winning both:

– *Song of the Year*
– *Top Streaming Song*

The song’s co-writers and co-producers, Michael Hunter (known professionally as London) and Andre Vibez, were also recognized for their contributions to the award-winning track.

*Rema’s Achievements*

These victories elevate Rema’s total American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) awards to *three*, the highest number achieved by any Nigerian or African artist to date.

In 2024 alone, Rema has garnered *six* prestigious awards, solidifying his status as the most awarded African artist of the year. His accolades include:

– *One Trends Award* in Brazil
– *One iHeartRadio Music Award*
– *One ASCAP Pop Music Award*
– *Two ASCAP London Music Awards*

*Milestone in the Global Music Scene*

This comes as ‘Calm Down’ made history on Monday as the first Afrobeats song to surpass *1 billion on-demand streams* in the United States, marking a significant milestone in the global music scene.

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