K.O’s ‘SETE’ sets new record as Spotify’s most streamed song in SA in 2022

SETE reached a whopping 10 million views on YouTube in just a month, and joined “Jerusalema” as the only South African song in Spotify history to receive over 300K streams per week in a period of six weeks.

Ntokozo K.O Mdluli. Picture: Twitter/@MrCashtime

JOHANNESBURG – K.O’s smash hit SETE has claimed the title of Spotify’s most streamed song in South Africa in 2022.

This is according to the global streaming platform’s Wrapped feature, which is a summary of users’ favourite artists and most streamed songs.

The track, released in August 2022, features the talents of amapiano star Young Stunna, and hip hop artist Blxckie.

This isn’t the first time the hit has broken records since its release.

SETE reached a whopping 10 million views on YouTube in just a month. _Caracara, _another one of K.O’s hits, featuring KidX, reached six million views.

“Don’t ever give up on your dreams,” said the star, real name Ntokozo Mdluli, on social media.

SETE held the number one spot on Radiomonitor airplay charts for at least seven weeks.

Further, according to Chart Base Africa, the track spent over 64 days atop the South African Top Songs Spotify charts, not leaving the chart since its release in August.

SETE joined _Jerusalema _as the only South African song in Spotify history to receive over 300K streams per week in a period of six weeks.

It was certified platinum a mere 16 days after its August release.

“If that’s not goated, then what is,” said one of the K.O’s fans.

Sete is followed by _Paris _by Q-Mark and Glass Animals’ Heat Waves, with Wanitwa Mos’ Dali Nguwe and Lost Frequencies’ Where Are You Now rounding out the top.

Kabza De Small leads the charge as the most streamed South African artist, appearing in five out of seven top music streaming lists in South Africa this year.

Artists like Maphorisa, Young Stunna, Mellow & Sleazy, Blxckie, Nasty C, Makhadzi, and Ami Faku are also on the list of the most globally streamed South African artists.

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