TurnTable Top 100: Oxlade’s “KU LO SA” Debuts On The Top 10

Oxlade keeps getting better and better

Making its seventh debut appearance at No.1 is Fireboy DML and Asake’s “Bandana” which tallied at 71.2 million in radio reach (seventh week at No.1 on radio) 4.05 million on streams( No.2 on Streaming) and 10.6 million in TV reach (No.7 on TV). “Bandana” equals a 7-week reign just like Kizz Daniel and Tekno’s “Buga (Lo Lo Lo)” as the longest song at No.1 in 2022.

Holding the No.2 spot for a second week is Asake’s “Terminator” with 4.21 million streams (2nd week at No.1) and rises to No.1 on the TV chart with 16.4 million on TV reach. For a third consecutive week, Pheelz and Davido’s “Electricity” is steady at No.3 while Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran’s “For My Hand” holds down the fourth position on the charts.

It is followed by Ruger’s “Girlfriend” which rounds up the top 5 this week. The song tallied 1.71 million streams (No.7 on streaming), 41.1 million in radio reach (No.7 on radio), and 9.60 million in TV reach ( No.9 on TV). The song cascaded in activity in all platforms after its high profile performance at the 15th edition of the Headies on September 4th. Respectively at No.6 and No.7 is Burna Boy’s “Common Person” and “It’s Plenty.” Burna Boy has recorded three tracks on the Top 10 for the past nine consecutive weeks since the release of his last album, ‘Love, Damini.’ This earns Burna Boy the longest streak for Top 10 hits.

Returning to the Top Ten list is Asake’s “Peace Be Unto You (PBUY)” at No.8, while Crayon’s “Ijo (Laba Laba)” falls from its previously held position at No.5 to No.9 this week. Rounding off the chart, with a debut appearance on the Top Ten list is Oxlade’s “Ku Lo Sa– A COLORS SHOW” which rises from No.21 to No.10 on this week’s chart. This song makes the artist’s second entry into Nigeria Top Ten chart after 2021’s “KOLO” which peaked at No.8. Outside the Top Ten list; Mohbad’s “Peace” debut at No.36 while Omah Lay’s “Bend You” returns to its No.38 peak on the Top 100.

Read the full breakdown of the charts here.