Connect with us


Black Sherif’s “Kwaku The Traveller” Spends a Second Week at No. 1, Seyi Vibez’s “Billion Dollar” Starts at No. 10

“Kwaku” is the largest gainer on radio, leaping from its No. 43 debut to No. 4 on this week’s chart. With the track spending a second consecutive week atop the TurnTable Top 50, this implies all songs to have debuted at No. 1 have spent successive weeks on the summit besides Davido’s “Holy Ground” with Nicki Minaj.

Asake’s “Sungba (Remix)” with Burna Boy rises 3-2 on the Top 50 after peaking at No.1 two weeks in the past.

The track continues to learn from having a number of variations on streaming platforms, radio and TV.

Rema’s “Calm Down” slides 2-3; it leads the radio chart for an eighth consecutive week – matching the file for longest No. 1 on radio for 2022, shared with Fireboy DML’s “Peru”.

There isn’t any adjustments on the chart from No. 4 – No. 8; former 3-week No. 1 “Finesse by Pheelz & BNXN fka Buju stays at No. 4, Skiibii’s “Baddest Boy” with Davido at No. 5, Asake’s former No. 1 “Omo Ope” with Olamide is at No. 6, Fireboy DML’s “Playboy” holds at No. 7 and Darkoo’s “Always” with Black Sherif is regular at its No. 8 peak.

Rounding out this week’s top ten; Black Sherif’s “Second Sermon (Remix)” with Burna Boy ascends to a brand new peak of No. 9 on the Top 50. The track tallied 2.42 million equal streams (No. 6 on streaming, up 60%), 4.06 million in radio attain (No. 109 on radio, down 34%) and 6.85 million in TV attain (No. 11 on TV, down 0.5%).

In consequence, Black Sherif joins Davido, Wizkid and Olamide as artistes who’ve recorded at the least 3 top ten entries in per week. As well as, Black Sherif is now the non-Nigerian artiste with probably the most top ten entries, surpassing Justin Bieber.

Seyi Vibez’s “Billion Dollar” debuts at No. 10 on this week’s TurnTable Prime 50 – owing solely to its streaming numbers. The track tallied 2.56 million equal streams (No. 4 on streaming chart) to turn out to be the artiste’s first high ten entry on the Prime 50.

Just outside the highest ten, Victony’s “Apollo” strikes to a brand new peak of No. 13, ArrDee’s “Come & Go” returns to its No. 16 peak whereas Skiibii’s “Trenches” surges to a brand new excessive of No. 18 – turning into the artiste’s second high 20 entry on the chart.

Follow across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Click to comment


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

More in Entertainment