TurnTable Top 100: Asake’s “2:30” Returns To No. 1 For A Fourth Week

The song is Asake’s longest No. 1 song as a lead artist. 

Asake’s “2:30” tallied 78.4 million in radio reach (No. 1 on radio) and 2.28 million in radio reach (No. 3 on streaming) as it rebounded back to the summit of the Official Nigeria Top 100 for a fourth week. The song extends its record as Asake’s longest No. 1 song as a lead artist. Rema’s “Charm” dips to No. 2 after becoming the artist’s first No. 1 as a lead artist when it debuted at the summit last week.

Davido’s “FEEL” rebounds to a new peak of No. 3 on the chart – it is the highest charting single off ‘Timeless’ on the Top 100 this week. This is the first time it has held that honour since the March 31 release of Davido’s fourth studio album. Adekunle Gold’s former 2-week No. 1 “Party No Dey Stop” with Zinoleesky rebounds 5-4. Victony’s “Soweto” with Tempoe featuring Don Toliver and Rema slips to No. 5. It peaked at No. 4 on the chart last week.

Zinoleesky’s “Many Things” is unmoved at No. 6 while Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” with Musa Keys drops to No. 7. The song peaked at No. 2 on the chart. Rounding out this week’s top ten; BNXN fka Buju’s “GWAGWALADA” with Seyi Vibez and Kizz Daniel is down to No. 8 after leading the chart for four weeks. Young Jonn’s “Aquafina” holds at No. 9 for another week while Johnny Drille’s “Believe Me” enters the top ten for the first time.

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