TurnTable Top 100: KCee’s “Ojapiano” Peaks at No. 1

From internet virality to chart topper

KCee’s “Ojapiano” leads at No. 1 on this week’s Official Nigeria Top 100 chart, tallying 3.51 million on-demand streams (No. 2 on streaming) and 72.2 million in radio reach (No. 1 on radio). The song is only the second traditional single to reach the summit of the Nigeria Top 100 and is majorly influenced by the music of the eastern Nigeria.

“Ojapiano” is also the first No. 1 song on the singles chart released under Five Star Music and Onerpm. KCee’s discography spans over two decades since his days with the defunct group KC Presh. The duo came into the limelight in 2002, ensuring that KCee becomes the first artiste with a career spanning over two decades to record a No. 1 song on the Official Nigeria Top 100. 

Seyi Vibez’s “Hat-Trick” rises to a new peak of No. 2 as it tallied 3.66 million on-demand streams (No. 1 on streaming) and 40.8 million in radio reach (No. 15 on radio). “Hat-Trick” continues to be Seyi Vibez’s highest charting single as a lead artist. 

At No. 3 is Asake’s “Amapiano” featuring Olamide, falling from its two-week stay at No. 1. Zinoleesky’s “A1 (Feeling Disorder)” retains its spot at No. 4 while Rema’s “Charm” slips to No. 5 after topping the chart for three weeks. Olamide’s “New Religion” with Asake drops from No. 2 to No. 6 while Davido’s “FEEL” slips from No. 6 to No. 7. Seyi Vibez’s “Dejavu” enters the chart at No. 8, becoming the highest debut off the latest album ‘Vibe Till Thy Kingdom Come.’ CKay’s “Hallelujah” with Blaqbonez holds its place at No. 9 and Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” with Musa Keys does the same at No. 10 for another week.