Nigerian Singer Crayon has stated he will not rest till an afro-beats record become number 1 on the Billboard Chart.
Although Afro-beats has been on the rise, no afro-beats record has charted in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. Wizkid became the first African to have a song as number 1 on Billboard kind courtesy his contribution to Drake’s One Dance.
Signed to Mavin records, Crayon in a tweet, stated he can’t stop or will not stop till an afro-beats record hit number one on the Billboard.
Can’t stop, won’t stop until I see an afrobeat record on Number 1 on the Billboard charts.
Story by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh