BET 2022 Best International Act winner, Temilade Openiyi, better known by her stage name, Tems continues her rapid rise to the top of African music royalty.

The buzzing Nigerian songstress, songwriter, entertainer and producer has once again proved why she’s the leading vibe as she bags a new record on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

Tems scored this new record following the entry of Beyonce’s ‘Move’ to the Billboard Charts. ‘Move’ features the Nigerian star alongside Jamaica’s Grace Jones.

This happens to be the third song which Tems is credited on to hit the popular music charts. It also makes her the second Nigerian act to achieve this as feat. She now ties with the Starboy Entertainment honcho, Wizkid.

Other songs Tems featured on that have hit this milestone include Wizkid’s ‘Essence’ and also American rapper, Future’s ‘Wait 4 U’. Congratulations to Tems.

ALSO: ‘Wizkid Is Too Expensive’ – American Rapper, Offset Says As He Thanks Burna Boy For Jumping On His Song

Meanwhile: Top American rap artiste and Migos group member, Kiari Kendrell Cephus, better known by his stage name, Offset has announced an upcoming project with Nigerian Afrobeats superstar, Burna Boy.

Sharing the news via his official social media page, Offset hinted that, Starboy Entertainment headline act, Wizkid was the preferred artiste for the collaboration but unfortunately, the price Wizkid’s management charged was too expensive.

Offset, who is married to Cardi B disclosed this in a post via his verified Instagram account (Insta-story). According to him, rates giving by Wizkid’s management was too high hence opted for the African Giant, the second less expensive option.

The ‘Clout It’ crooner however expressed gratitude to Burna Boy for agreeing to work with him on his project. “Myself and @burnaboygram got some fire coming!!! I reached out to Wizkid’s team so that he can jump on my record, but that mf was too expensive. Had to go for someone lower than him. Thank you so much @burnaboyfram”, he posted. Screenshot below.

Source: NgGossips.com

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