You’ve probably heard your neighbour blasting Dexta Daps’ Call Me If countless times at home.
That’s not surprising since the song has also been doing well in the region. The track, which was released a few months ago, is now topping charts in several countries, according to Apple Music.
It is understood that Call Me If is the number one song on the Apple Music Top 100 chart in Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, Cayman Islands, Barbados, Dominica, Belize, British Virgin Islands and Anguilla.
Dexta Daps shared the news in an Instagram post on Saturday which he captioned: “My Caribbean Fans…❤❤❤Look ya😎😁👀👀👀👀👀👀 #ventdextadaps #dextadaps #callmeif #grammys.”
And his fans were not surprised that the song has been doing so well.
“I can’t get this song out my head,” one social media user said.
“Ofc it’s number one, who wouldn’t love this song,” another added.
Joining the conversation and ‘shooting her shot’, one female fan said: “Song have a buzzz🔥🔥🔥🔥 it too nice❤️❤️❤️..You need to give we the number now so we can call.”
Call Me If, which samples Louie Culture’s 1994 hit Ganga Lee, was released in July as part of Dexta Daps’ new album called Vent. It is one of the most played song on the project, racking up millions of views online.