It seems to be a streak of good news for fast rising Afrobeats artiste, Olivetheboy, in the last few years after being named the most streamed Ghanaian artiste in the first half of the year by Chartmetrics.
And already, the ‘Goodsin’ hitmaker is back in the news in less than a week. This time around, he has been endorsed by Nigeria’s Mr Eazi and Ghanaian Afrobeats singer, King Promise in a video.
In a viral video on social media, King Promise and Mr. Eazi is seen at The Republic Bar & Grill in Accra, partying with ‘Goodsin’ by Olivetheboy and singing the song’s lyrics word for word, which is possibly a good endorsement for the latter’s growing brand.
Last week, Chartmetric, all-in-one platform for artists and music industry professionals, providing comprehensive streaming, social, and audience data named Olivetheboy number one in the official Chartmetrics list of the Top five most streamed Ghanaian artistes in the first half of the year 2023.
Olivetheboy’s maiden song, ‘Goodsin’ beat the likes of King Promise’s “Terminator” and “Into the future” by Stonebwoy to take the first spot.
The latest feat is certainly a big deal for the new music sensation who made a grand entry into the music scene in May this year with ‘Goodsin’.
Having realised the power of social media and music streaming platforms, the 20 year old and Tiktok sensation, with support from his team went all out to make a positive impact and that is certainly paying off.
Back in May 2023, Olivetheboy’s hit single ‘Goodsin’ broke the internet after a viral challenge on TikTok before going on to become the fastest Ghanaian song by a budding artiste to hit 10 million streams.
In a conversation with Graphic Showbiz, Olivetheboy said many of his compatriots struggle to get attention but with hard work, perseverance and the right professional guidance and support, he is making waves in both Ghana and Nigeria.