‘Simisola’, a sophomore album by Nigerian singer, sound engineer Simisola Bolatito Ogunleye, has slid into the Billboard music charts.
The album, which was released days ago, debuted at number five on the World Album charts.
Simi’s album was preceded on the chart by ‘Love and Fall’ by Bobby, ‘Confidencias’ by Ricardo Delgado, ‘Carnavales Music’ by Allison and ‘Voices of Angels’ by Celtic Woman & The Orchestra of Ireland.
The 29-year-old singer announced on Instagram, Wednesday morning to celebrate the feat.
“We charted No. 5 on Billboard World Music charts,” she wrote.
“#Simisola I think I’m gonna cry…but before then, I gotta say Thank You #SimiArmy! This is our album. But most of all, Thank you Jesus.
“PS: We’re No. 1 on iTunes and Apple Music. Maaaan God is good. It’s beautiful to watch,” she wrote.
YOOOOOOO GUYS!!! 😫😫😫 We charted No. 5 on Billboard World Music Charts. #SIMISOLA I think I'm gonna cry…but before then, I gotta say Thank You #SIMIARMY! This is OUR album. But most of alllll, THANK YOU JESUS. Rahhhh! PS: We're No. 1 on iTunes and Apple Music. Maaaan God is good. It's beautiful to watch ❤️