Turntable Top 100: Adekunle Gold’s “Party No Dey Stop” spends another week at No 1

Odumodublvck's "Declan Rice" also debuts at No.8

Peaking last week at No. 1 a few short weeks after its release, Adekunle Gold “Party No Dey Stop” tallied 3.12 million across streaming platforms and 75.2 million in radio reach. The Zinoleesky-assisted single is Adekunle Gold’s with top ten entry and Zinoleesky’s tenth top 10 entry in Nigeria.

Sitting comfortably at No. 2 for the second week is BNXN aka BUJU’s “Gwagwalada” assisted by Seyi Vibez and Kizz Daniel, after spending four weeks at the summit. Following after at No.3 is “Stamina” by Tiwa Savage, Ayra Starr and Young Jonn. This acts as Tiwa Savage’s second highest charting single, Ayra Starr’s sixth entry into the top 5 and Young Jonn’s second highest charting single after “Xtra Cool.” Spyro and Tiwa Savage’s “Who Is Your Guy(Remix” dips to No.2 after peaking last week at No.2 while Don Toliver and Rema-assisted “Soweto (Remix)” occupies the No.5 spot.

Omah Lay’s “Soso” off ‘Boy Alone’ released mid-2022 occupied the No.6 spot after spending multiple weeks at its No.2 peak. On the other hadn’t, Rema’s “Holiday” dips from the 6th to the 7th spot. One week after its release, Odumodublvck’s “Declan Rice” debuts at No.8 making it the rapper’s first entry into the Turntable Top 10. It is also the first HipHop/Rap song to debut in the top ten after Black Sherif’s “Kwaku The Traveller.” Khaid’s “Carry Me Go” slips to the no.9 spot after spending last week at No.8 and Ayra Starr’s “Sability” drops to the tenth spot from No.7

Read a full breakdown of the chart here.

Featured Image Credits/Adekunle Gold