Turntable Top 50: Ayra Starr’s “Bloody Samaritan” makes its top 10 debut

Ayra Starr's badass anthem slips up on the charts.

This week, Mavins new starlet, Ayra Starr surges to a top 10 spot. In this week’s Turntable charts, “Bloody Samaritan”, the badass anthem has moved up from its No.12 peak to No.8 this week. Although this is the artist’s second Top 10 entry on the charts, it is the first entry from her debut album ‘19 and Dangerous’ which was released less than a month ago. She becomes the first female artist to record more than one entry as a lead artist in the Top 10. 

Still maintaining the No.1 spot this week, “Lie” by Kizz Daniel spends its third consecutive week atop the charts. The hit track continues to gather steam across radio and streaming platforms recording the fifth-highest week in the history of TurnTable Top 50. Omah Lay’s “Understand” comes in at No. 2 after it topped the charts for three non-consecutive weeks prior. Rounding off the top 3 is Adekunle Gold’s “Sinner” which moves from its No.4 spot last week.

It’s closely followed by Fireboy DML’s “Peru” which continues to ascend in the charts. This week, the track snags the 4th position and is followed by Wizkid’s “Essence” which has now spent 36 weeks on the charts. AV’s “Big Thug Boys” falls back to the 6th position while Ladipoe and Buji’s “Feeling” retreats to the 7th position after topping the charts for five non-consecutive weeks. Rounding up the top 10 is Buju’s “Outside” which recently skyrocketed from its 17th position last week to No.9and Ruger’s “Bounce” which slips down from No.7 to No. 10 this week. 

Outside the top 50, Tiwa Savage’s “Somebody’s Son” off her new EP ‘Water and Garri’ debuts at No. 13 with 38 million in radio reach and 357,000 equivalent streams while Burna Boy’s “Question” with Don Jazzy debuts at No. 16 off three days of tracking with 940,000 equivalent streams, 8.05 million in radio reach and 3.86 million in TV reach.

Check out this week’s full Turntable Charts here

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