Turntable Top 100: BNXN’s “Gwagwalada” is back for the No.1 Spot

Hit songs by Omah Lay, Ayra Starr, Rema and Ruger complete this week's top five.

Following the release of Seyi Vibez and Kizz Daniel-assisted “Gwagwalada” a few days shy of a month ago, BNXN fka Buju’s track reclaims the No. 1 spot with 3.55 million plays on streaming platforms as well as 26 million in radio reach during the tracking week. Following closely behind and making a re-entrance into the charts is Omah Lay’s “Soso.” A fan favourite off his July 2022 debut LP, ‘Boy Alone’, the song snags 46.8 million in radio reach and 2.30 million across streaming services.

After debuting at No.1, Ayra Starr’s “Sabililty” slips down one spot this week to No. 3. With a series of entries like “Bloody Samaritan” and “Rush,” Ayra remains the only Nigerian female artist with multiple No.1 entries in the Turntable Top 100. “Holiday” by Fellow Mavin Signee and Ravelord, Rema, tallies 2.36 million across streaming services, sitting at No. 4 in this week’s rundown. For another week, Ruger’s “Asiwaju” remains at No. 5 after topping the charts for seven consecutive weeks between December 2022 and January 2023.

Just outside the top five, Asake’s “Yoga” holds the 6th spot spot for another week, with Khaid’s “Jolie” coming in at the 7th spot. Rexxie’s “Abracadabra,” a pre-released single ahead of his recently announced sophomore album, ‘BIG TIME’, has dipped to No. 8 for this week’s rundown. Sitting at No. 11 last week, Kizz Daniel’s “RTID (Rich Till I Die)” comes up to No. 9, while Spyro’s “Who is Your Guy,” recently remixed with a new Tiwa Savage verse, closes out the charts at No. 10.

Outside the top ten, Young Jonn’s “Currency” with Olamide returns to its No. 11 peak and Lojay’s “MOTO” glides up the chart at No. 21. Chart predictions anticipate the track in the top twenty rundown following the Friday debut of his sophomore EP, ‘Gangster Romantic’.

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