Rapper Wealthy Brian stays booked and busy for the reason that begin of his profession, and the Jakarta native has reached a brand new milestone as he has change into the primary Indonesian artist to surpass 10 million month-to-month listeners on Spotify.
The 22-year-old rapper not too long ago quote-tweeted a fan account of 88rising, the American report label he’s signed to, thanking the “superb and sizzling individuals” for serving to him obtain this milestone.
holy shit. i’d not have been ready to do that with out u superb & sizzling ppl that bump my music. thank u with all my coronary heart ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/PBEYjL4M2k
— Wealthy Brian (@richbrian) September 6, 2021
Wealthy Brian, full title Brian Imanuel Soewarno, shot to fame with the viral hit dat $tick in 2016, recognized then by his controversial stage title Wealthy Chigga. He relocated to Los Angeles from Jakarta in mid-2017 to embark on his first US tour and joined 88rising, opening him as much as collaborations together with his present label mates and artists similar to K-pop singer Chungha and Wu Tang Clan’s de facto chief RZA.
88rising, which has gained reputation as a platform for Asian American and Asian artists who launch their music within the US, additionally homes fellow Indonesian artists R&B singer/songwriters Niki Zefanya AKA NIKI and Stephanie Poetri. The newest addition to the checklist being Warren Hue, a Jakarta-born-and-raised younger rapper who joined the label earlier this yr.
Wealthy Brian’s current releases embrace a single titled California, through which he collaborated with NIKI and Warren Hue; being featured in viral hit Edamame with Canadian rapper bbno$ (pronounced as “child no cash”); in addition to a number of songs within the OST album for Marvel Studio’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings together with Lazy Susan with 21 Savage, Masiwei, and Warren Hue in addition to Run It with DJ Snake and Rick Ross.
Indonesian artists who’ve joined the seven digits month-to-month listeners membership on Spotify embrace NIKI with 5,551,696, Pamungkas with 4,676,218, Tulus with 2,524,868, Rizky Febian with 2,417,636, Nadin Amizah with 2,192,465, and Stephanie Poetri with 1,796,208.
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