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Audiomack Presents Plaque to Kizz Daniel for Surpassing 300 Million Streams

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Nigerian musician Kizz Daniel has received a plaque from music streaming platform, Audiomack after surpassing over 300 million streams.

Kizz Daniel’s Buga which saw him collaborate with Tekno, is one of the biggest songs of 2022. It has garnered over 39 million streams on Audiomack and has played a pivotal role in his surpassing 300 million streams.

The plaque was presented to Kizz Daniel by Vice President of Marketing and Brand Strategy for Audiomack, Jason Johnson during his Afroclassic USA tour in New York.

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“Over the years, Kizz Daniel has consistently shown his ability to create and deliver great music for his fans. At Audiomack, we believe it is important to acknowledge and award artistes for the work they put into putting out and promoting music digitally. This is why we are excited to celebrate his success and this milestone with him and we hope to be able to celebrate many more”, said Jason Johnson.

Audiomack was launched in 2012, and it currently reaches more than 20 million monthly users worldwide. The platform has played an essential role in breaking out new acts like Roddy Ricch and Kaash Paige. Audiomack was the top-ranked music streaming app on Apple’s iOS in Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Senegal, and Kenya as of January 2021.

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