TurnTable Top 100: Asake Debuts At No.1 With New Single, “Yoga”

Khaid's "Jolie" rises to No.10 this week

Asake‘s rein on the charts isn’t letting up anytime soon. The singer’s latest single, “Yoga” has just debuted at No. 1 on the Official Top 100 with 3.86 million streams making it No. 1 on streaming platforms while also garnering 22.6 million in radio reach. This is his seventh No.1 entry in Nigeria after leading the charts with his several hits including: “Omo Ope”, “Sungba (Remix)”, “PBUY”, “Terminator”, “Organise” and “Bandana.”

He joins artists such as Burnaboy, Davido, and Ayra Starr in having numerous No.1 on the Turntable Charts. This is also producer Magicsticks’ sixth No. 1 entry with Asake making him the producer with the most No.1 songs.  “Yoga” made an incredible debut on streaming platforms during the week of January 27 – February 2, 2023, despite being available for only three and half days – the song was released on January 30, 2023, at 6 pm WAT. It makes history as the first song to debut at No. 1 on an aggregate chart in Nigeria despite having only a partial tracking week Wizkid’s “Bad To Me” No. 11 debut with only two days of tracking was the previous highest by any single.

“Asiwaju” by Ruger slips to No. 2 while Omah Lay’s “Soso” takes a bow to No.3. Kizz Daniel’s “RTID” and Zinoleesky’s “Personal” drop by one spot to No. 4 and No. 5 respectively. Outside of the top 5 this week, Rexxie’s “Abracadabra” rises to a new peak of No. 6 while Mavins’ “Won Da Mo” falls to No.7 from its previously held position at No.5 last week. It is also followed by Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” which descends to position 8.

Rounding out this week’s top ten; Boy Spyce’s “Folake” debuts at No. 9 with 1.46 million streams, making his song No. 7 on streaming with 29 million in radio reach. This becomes Boy Spyce’s third top entry and first as a solo act. Elsewhere, Khaid’s “Jolie” enters the top 10, ascending from No.92 to No.10 after its first full week of tracking. The new track tallied 1.58 million streams placing it at No. 5 on streaming and 22.3 million in radio reach.

Just outside the top ten, Phyno’s “Ojemba” with Olamide debuts at No. 11 while Libianca’s “People” moves to No. 14, Minz’s “Wo Wo (Remix)” ascends to a new high of No. 15 this week and Spyro’s “Who Is Your Guy” jumps to No. 18.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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