Toni-Ann Singh (TAS), the joint effort between Popcaan and Nigerian superstar Burna Boy has secured a spot on the coveted Year-End Charts for Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs.
Published over the weekend, the chart shows the single occupying the No.47 spot on the list of 100 songs.
Billboard Year-End charts are cumulative rankings of entries in Billboard magazine charts in the United States in any given chart year. Several hundred Year-End charts are now published by Billboard, the most important of which are the Single or Album charts based on Hot 100 and Billboard 200, respectively.
Featured on Burna Boy’s “Love, Damini” album, TAS debuted in July at No.12 on the Billboard U.S Afrobeats Songs Chart, a first for any Jamaican artist in the dancehall genre. Released by Atlantic Records, it also occupied the No.2 spot on the U.S. World Albums Chart and No.14 on the all-genre Billboard 200 Albums Chart. While in the United Kingdom, it held the No.2 on their Album Chart and No.6 in Canada, Switzerland and Norway.
In TAS, the Unruly Boss and his African counterpart praise the former Jamaican pageant queen as they sing about her beauty. The song created quite an uproar on social media, especially among Popcaan’s female fanbase, many of whom did not appreciate his public declaration of love for the Miss World 2019 winner, citing that they felt betrayed.