TurnTable Top 100: Asake Makes Chart History With “Amapiano”

A busy week at the top of the charts

This week’s chart is undoubtedly led by Asake. Making chart history, the YBNL and Empire artist scored his tenth No. 1 song with the Olamide-featured Amapiano. The song tallied 4.95million on-demand streams (placing it No. 1 in streaming) and 63.3million in radio reach, the fifth placed song there.

This means Asake has amassed ten different No. 1 songs, becoming the first artist to do so on the Turntable Hot 100. Ahead of his sophomore album ‘Work of Art’, the artist has reached the summit of the chart four times this year, including his collaboration on Davido’s NO COMPETITION.

Rema’sCharm moves one place down to No. 2, after spending three non-consecutive weeks at the top of the chart. It’s the top placed song on radio though, with 78.3million in radio reach. Davido’sFEEL goes back to the No. 3 spot after being on No. 7. It’s the second ranked song on radio, with 71.1million reach and the song has 1.59million on-demand streams, the eight placed song on streaming.

BNXN’s “Pray” dips two places to No. 4 from its previous peak while Shu-Peru keeps Kizz Daniel at No. 5 for another week. Omah Lay’s soso drops from No. 3 to No. 6—recording its 21st week in the top ten, it remains the second longest charting top ten single in history. Its return to the top ten has been boosted by its remix with Ozuna, which continues to receive significant airplay in Nigeria. Asake’s 2:30 is down to No. 7 after spending four non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Official Nigeria Top 100.

Rounding out this week’s top ten is Davido’s UNAVAILABLE with Musa Keys, which goes one spot from ninth to eight, while Young Jonn’sAquafina goes the opposite direction, from eight to ninth. Off his ‘Body & Soul’ album, Joeboy’s Normally” with BNXN and ODUMODUBLVCK enters the top ten for the first time.