TurnTable Top 100: Fireboy DML & Crayon Dominate This Week’s Charts

Crayon's "Ijo (Laba Laba)" is the only new entry on the Top 10

The YBNL/Empire duo of Fireboy DML and Asake have clinched the top spot in the week’s edition of TurnTable Top 100. Their “Bandana” collaboration makes a record-high jump from 66th spot on last week’s chart to number one this week. Also number on streaming, it tallied 4.47million Nigerian streams and went on to reach 49.5 million people through radio; that however got the record on number five on the radio chart.

This makes it Fireboy’s first number one on the new TurnTable Top 100. It’s Asake’s second, even though he’s had two number ones in the defunct Top 50. Fireboy’s “Peru” had also reached the zenith of that chart, earlier in 2022.

“Peace Be Unto You” relinquishes its top spot, going to number two this week. For the second consecutive week, its TG Omori-directed video also tops the TV chart, with a reach of 14.7million. “It’s Plenty” by Burna Boy rises from six to three, while the Ed Sheeran-assisted “For My Hand,” still off the Love, Damini, drops three places from its number one spot to four.

Completing the Top 5 is the Mavins’ “Overloading (OVERDOSE)”, which drops one spot from last week’s position. Kizz Daniel and Tekno’s “Buga (Lo Lo Lo)” drops from number three to six. Ruger’s “Girlfriend” returns to its peak position of number seven.

Burna Boy’s “Last Last” goes from fifth to eight on the chart while Mayorkun’s “Certified Loner (No Competition)” ascends four spots, going from thirteen to nine. The only new entry in this week’s top ten is Crayon’s “Ijo (Laba Laba),” which ascends a mammoth eight spots, going from eighteen to tenth. The song is also No. 1 on this week’s radio chart with 53.6 million in radio reach. With the presence of “Overloading” at No. 5 and “Ijo” at No. 10, Crayon becomes one of the few artistes with multiple top ten entries on the Nigeria Top 100.

Checkout the full chart on the TurnTable website