TurnTable Top 50: Joeboy Stays In The Lead
fifth week running
fifth week running
Joeboy ’s hit single “Sip (Alcohol)” holds on to the No. 1 spot on the Turntable Top 50 for the fifth week which makes it one of the longest leaders in chart’s history just a day before the one year anniversary of the Top 50. The song amassed an equivalent 3.33 million equivalent streams to remain at No. 1 on the streaming chart, 48.6 million in radio reach to move to the summit of the radio chart and 3.97 million in TV reach as it tops the TV chart for the first time.
Joeboy ‘s “Sip (Alcohol)” joins the ranks of singles such as “FEM,” “Godly,” “Kilometre,” “Feeling,” and “Lie”, making it the 6th song to reach the summit of the charts and three-component charts; radio, TV, streaming. It is closely followed by Adekunle Gold’s “High” which is steady at its No. 2. Next up is Ayra Starr’s former No.1 hit song “Bloody Samaritan” which remains at No.3 for another week.
Timaya’s single “Cold Outside” with Buju rises to hit a new peak at the No. 4 on the Top 50 after tallying 855,000 equivalent streams, 39 million in radio reach and 1.8 million in TV reach. Fireboy DML’s “Peru ” slides to No. 5 as it spends its 15th week in the top ten region of the chart while Ladipoe’s “Running” with Fireboy DML falls from the 5th spot to No. 6 this week and Kizz Daniel’s “Lie” also retreats to No. 7 this week from No. 6.
Rounding up the charts this week is Burna Boy’s “Want It All” with Polo G which returns to its No. 8 peak spot on the chart while Lojay & Sarz’s “Monalisa” holds at No.9 this week for the 18th week in the charts. Tiwa Savage’s “Somebody’s Son” with Brandy at No. 10 closes this week’s top ten after peaking at No. 5.
Just outside the top ten; Flavour’s “Levels” ascends to a new peak at No. 15, Reekado Banks’ “Ozumba Mbadiwe” leapfrogs to No. 17, Wande Coal’s “Come My Way” debuts at No. 19 and Mayorkun’s “Holy Father” launches at No. 20. Buju also has three new debuts from his Sorry I’m Late EP; “Kilometre” at No. 22, “Never Stopped” at No. 26 and “Daniel Benson” at No. 33.
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