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CKay’s Hit Song, ‘Love Nwantiti’ Certified Platinum In UK

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CKay’s Hit Song, ‘Love Nwantiti’ Certified Platinum In UK

Nigerian singer CKay has had his hit song ‘Love Nwantiti’ being certified platinum in the UK. This comes not long after the track hit its platinum status in the US as well.

This officially means CKay is the first Nigerian artist to have a song certified platinum by Brit after selling over 600,000 copies.

This comes after the mega hit achieved platinum status in Canada, Austria, Italy, New Zealand, and Portugal.

Sharing the news on its Twitter page, BRIT Awards wrote; “‘Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)’, the single by @ckay_yo, is now #BRITcertified Platinum”

Popular US-Based Nigerian rapper, Speed Darlington has lamented about the living condition in Nigeria which has plunged the ordinary citizen into a state of hardship.

Darlighton spoke passionately about the scarcity of fuel that he can rely on to power his generator in the absence of electricity. He then proceeded to compare America and Nigeria, noting that such terrible situations won’t happen in America under any circumstance.

According to him, in the United States, there is hardly ever the issue of a power outage, so people do not complain of unstable electricity, whereas in Nigeria the two are commonplace and frustrating Nigerians.

Watch the video he shared;

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SOURCE: www.Ghgossip.com

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