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Tyla’s Smash Hit “Water” Dominates Spotify in 2023

Tyla’s Smash Hit “Water” Dominates Spotify in 2023, UncensoredGH.com

Afropop sensation Tyla has left an indelible mark on 2023 with her chart-topping single “Water” becoming the year’s most-streamed afrobeat song on Spotify.

“Water” made its debut in July and quickly rose to become the anthem of 2023, even earning a place on the prestigious Billboard Top Global 200 list. On Spotify, the track has amassed an impressive 124 million streams, making it the undisputed leader in the most streamed Afrobeats songs of 2023. According to Charts Africa, the rankings are as follows:

  1. “Water” – 124 million streams
  2. “Unavailable” – 96 million streams
  3. “This Year (Blessings)” – 84 million streams
  4. “Soweto Rmx” – 75 million streams
  5. “Charm” – 70 million streams
  6. “People” – 62 million streams
  7. “City Boys” – 55 million streams
  8. “Amapiano” – 36 million streams
  9. “Party No Dey Stop” – 33 million streams
  10. “Lonely At The Top” – 33 million streams
  11. “Holiday” – 32 million streams
  12. “Sittin’ On Top Of The World” – 32 million streams
  13. “Feel” – 33 million streams
  14. “Gwagwalada” – 31 million streams
  15. “Sability” – 31 million streams
  16. “Reason” – 29 million streams

As a testament to her soaring career, Tyla has also received a nomination for Best New Artist at the BET Soul Train Awards. She’s in esteemed company, sharing the category with fellow talented artists like Ayra Starr, Ambre, Coco Jones, Flo, Doechii, Wanmor, and Fridayy. The phenomenal success of “Water” has propelled Tyla up the ranks on the Billboard Artist 100, climbing from 72 to 58 in just her second week on the list. This chart measures artist activity across key music consumption metrics and reflects her growing influence in the music industry.

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