Turntable Top 100: Ayra Starr’s “Rush” Debuts On The Top Ten This Week

Asake occupies the No. 1 spot for another week

After dominating the top 10 last week, Asake still remains at the top of the charts this week. Asake’s “Organise” holds down the No.1 spot  this week on the Top 100 charts. Taking a step down at No.2 is Asake’s “Terminator” while Wizkid’s “Bad To Me‘ leaps from No.11 to No.3 as it tallied 65.6 million in radio reach (No.1 on radio) and 3.51 million streams (No.4 on streaming).

At No.4 is Fireboy DML and Asake’s “Bandana“; It’s the second song to complete clean sweep (an exclusive merit for songs that has reached No.1 on all platforms weekly chart) and sixth overall song in 2022. Following closely behind “Bandana” is Pheelz and Davido’s “Electricity” at No.5 while Asake’s “Joha” moves from No.7 to No.6.

 Debuting on the top ten chart is Ayra Starr’s “Rush” at No.7 this week. The song tallied 3.12 million streams (No.6 on streaming) and 31.7 million in radio reach (No.9 on radio). “Rush” is the second song from the Mavins artist to debut on the Top Ten chart.

“Rush” is Ayra Starr’s fifth top 10 entry in Nigeria, becoming the highest of any female artiste in the country. The record “Rush” is also the biggest debut on this week’s Top 100. Rounding off the top ten from  No.8–10 respectively is Asake’s “Dull”, “Peace Be Unto You (PBUY)”, and “Nzaza“. Outside the Top 10 is  Victony and Tempoe’s “Soweto” with a massive boost  from No.30 to No.15 this week.

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