TurnTable Top 100: Asake’s “Lonely At The Top” Makes Chart History

spending a ninth week atop the charts

Asake’s hit single, “Lonely At The Top,” has record a new win. This week, on the TurnTable Top 100, the track records another week at No.1, becoming the third-longest running No.1 in the history of the singles chart. It follows Omah Lay’s “Godly” and Joeboy’s “Sip (Alcohol)” as the only tracks to achieve this feat. “Lonely At The Top” also recorded 3.22 million on-demand streams and 86.6 million in radio reach.

Burna Boy’s track “City Boys” has made significant gains, climbing to the second position on the Top 100 chart. It has garnered an impressive 2.08 million on-demand streams and received 44.4 million radio airplay impressions, making it a strong contender against ‘Lonely At The Top.’ Crayon & Ayra Starr’s “Ngozi” is making waves at No.3 with 1.36 million on-demand streams and 58.6 million in radio reach, surpassing Crayon’s previous No.5 hit, “Ijo (Laba Laba).”

Meanwhile, Khaid’s “Anabella” is back at No.4 and Omah Lay’s former 3-week No.1 slips to No.5. Burna Boy continues to dominate with Seyi vibez-assisted “Giza” at No.6, making it his second entry this week from his recently released album, ‘I Told Them’ “Big 7” comes in right behind at No.7 and Young Jonn’s “Sharpally” rises to No.8. Adekunle Gold’s “Ogaranya” dips to No.9 while Shallipopi’s “Obapluto” makes a third-time appearance in the top ten at No.10.

Outside the top 10, Qing Madi & BNXN’s “Ole” and “Like Ice Spice” by Blaqbonez continue to hold steady momentum with “Ole” now charting at No.14 and “Like Ice Spice” coming right behind it at No.15. Pheelz and Young Jonn’s “Jelo” standing relatively strong, debuting at No.17. 

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