TurnTable Top 100: Burna Boy Claims Four Spots On The Top 10

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Fresh off the release of his album ‘I Told Them…’ Burna Boy leads with the most tracks in the Top 10. He takes No.2 – No. 5 spots with “Giza” featuring Seyi Vibez beating “Big 7” down from its spot last week despite being a new entry on the chart. “Giza” had the No.1 spot on streaming with 3.69 million streams. “Big 7” climbed down to No. 5. “City Boys” takes Khaid’s “Anabella” spot at No.3 pushing “Anabella” down to No. 6.

Asake’s “Lonely at the Top” holds down the No.1 spot for the eighth week, making it the only song to last that long for the first time in two years. The record has remained unbeaten since Joeboy’s “Sip (Alcohol)” spent ten weeks at No.1 in 2021. The song amassed a total of 3.65 million on-demand streams in Nigeria earning it the No. 2 spot on streaming and 96.8 million radio impressions earning it the No.1 spot on Radio.

Burna Boy’s “Cheat on Me” with Dave saw a rapid ascension from the Top 50 into the Top 5, climbing up from its No. 41 spot last week to No.4 this week. Omah Lay’s “reason” drops further down the chart, taking the No.7 spot on the Top Ten while Adekunle Gold’s “Ogaranya” drops from No.7 to No.8. Olamide’s “Jinja” drops four positions, going from No.5 to No.9. At the No. 10. spot is King Promise’s “Terminator.” Notably, Falz’s “Ndi Ike” falls completely out of the top 10 entries.

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