Rema, also known as Divine Ikubor, has broken a 41-year-old record held by King Sunny Ade as the Nigerian artist with the longest-running album on the US Billboard 200 chart.

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King Sunny Ade's album "Juju Music" had set the record in 1982, a remarkable 18 years before Rema was even born

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"Juju Music" spent an impressive 29 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart

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Rema's debut album titled 'Rave & Roses' has now claimed the record, as it spent a consecutive 30th week on the Billboard 200 chart

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The US Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the United States, considering multiple metrics of consumption

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Rema's achievement showcases the evolving landscape of music, where traditional records are continuously being surpassed by innovative artists

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The accomplishment emphasizes the global reach of Rema's music and its ability to resonate across cultural boundaries

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'Rave & Roses' exemplifies the fusion of contemporary musical expression with cultural heritage

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Rema's success inspires artists to challenge conventional norms and aim for new heights in their creative pursuits

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This achievement stands as a testament to the enduring power of music to connect people and reflect the spirit of the times

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