TurnTable Top 100: Ayra Starr’s “Rush” Spends A Second Week At No. 1

Asake's "Joha" reaches a new peak at No. 2

It looks like Ayra Starr may have another hit on her hands as her solo single “Rush” spends another week at the top of the charts. The record “Rush” remains at No. 1 for another consecutive week in a row. “Rush” tallied 5.31 million streams and 47.2 million in radio reach. It also tallied 7.76 million in TV reach, which is good enough for No. 12 on the TV chart this week. Last week, Ayra Starr became the first female artiste to record multiple No. 1 entries in Nigeria and only the second artist to have multiple No. 1 songs off a debut album.

Asake’s  “Joha” hits a new peak at No. 2, moving up four spots from last week’s previously held position at No. 6. The record tallied 3.54 million streams and 39.1 million in radio reach. As a result, Asake has become the first artist to have multiple entries reach the top 2 in Nigeria. Asake’s “Terminator” holds at No. 3 spot for another week and at No. 4 remains Pheelz and Davido’s “Electricity.”

Rounding up the top 5 this week is “Organise” by Asake at No. 5. The record slips down three spots from last week. It also spent a week at No. 1. Fireboy DML & Asake’s “Bandana” moves down from No.5 to No. 6, after spending seven non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 becoming the joint-longest No. 1 of 2022. Bella Shmurda & Omah Lay’s “Philo” holds at its No. 7 peak for another week while Asake’s “Dull” rebounds 10-8. Rounding out this week’s top ten; Wizkid’s “Bad To Me” drops from No. 8 to 9 while Oxlade’s “Ku Lo Sa – A COLORS SHOW” falls from  9-10.

Just outside the top ten; Victony & Tempoe’s “Soweto” rises to a new peak of No. 11, while Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” jumps from No. 25 to No. 13 on this week’s Top 100; however, it is the first song to occupy No. 1 on the radio chart and fall outside the top ten of the corresponding aggregate chart for that week.

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