Rudeboy jubilates as his single hits 150 Million views
Rudeboy of the Nigerian duo P-square is ecstatic that his song “Reason With Me” has received more than 150 million YouTube views, and he has been celebrating the achievement with his local fire department.
In 2019, when Rudeboy dropped “Reason With Me,” it became the most-viewed video on YouTube due to its massive 40+ million views.
In 2021, the song hit 100 Million which the singer celebrated on his social media pages.
In less than two years, the song’s views had eclipsed those of his group’s “Personally,” which was their most viewed song.
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The vocalist is now rejoicing at yet another significant achievement by the album. Over 150 million people have listened to the song on YouTube.
Rudeboy announcing the good news posted a snippet from the track on his Twitter account with the caption;
“150million views on YouTube ”
See the tweet below;
150million views on YouTube 👏🏾🔥❤️ pic.twitter.com/TMO3t19Pf7
— Rudeboy (@rudeboypsquare) July 27, 2022
Many popular songs from Nigeria, like “Reason With Me,” “fall” by Davido, “Ye” by Burna Boy, and “Calm Down” by Rema, and many others, have amassed over 100 million views on YouTube.
The first song released by the singer in 2019 was titled “Reason with Me,” and it was released in the first quarter of the year.
His previous single “Double Double,” which featured Olamide and Phyno, was followed up with this one.
The Lord-Sky-produced track “Reason with me” stresses the importance of sticking with a partner despite difficulties.
The artist unveiled his first full-length album under his own name, “Rudykillus,” in 2021.
They made up that year and have since visited over 100 cities together as a result of their mended relationship. To mark their reunion, they have released two new songs, “Jaiye” and “Find Somebody,” much to the delight of their loyal following.