TurnTable Top 100: Khaid Joins Top 10 With New Single, “Anabella”

Young Jonn's "Sharpally" debuts at No.5

Khaid is the hottest newcomer on the block. His recently released single, “Anabella” reaches a new peak at No.7 after debuting last week at No.33. The Signal-produced track, which serves as the lead promotional single off his forthcoming Afrobeats EP, unlocks another honeyed love-themed track sung with a heartwarming youthful perspective.

The Top 4 this week remains unchanged as Asake’s “Lonely At The Top” spends its third consecutive week at No.1. Omah Lay’s “reason,” off ‘Boy Alone: Deluxe’ maintains the second spot while “Man of the Year” by Seyi Vibez follows right behind in No.3. Asake’s second entry of the week, “Basquiat” off his sophomore album, ‘Work of Art,’ takes the fourth spot. Closing out the Top 5, Young Jonn’s “Sharpally” makes its Turntable Top 100 debut two weeks after its release.

King Promise’s “Terminator” slips up one spot to this week’s No.6 and Khaid’s “Anabella” skips 26 spots to No.7. Similarly, Blaqbonez’s “Like Ice Spice” has joined the Top 10 at No.8 after spending last week at No.13. Shallipopi’s “Obapluto” falls three spots to No.9 and Rema’s “Charm” closes out the Top 10 after spending 23 weeks on the chart peaking at No.1.

Just outside the Top 10, Adekunle Gold’s “Ogaranya” rises to No.12 after spending last week at No.20. Burna Boy and Bryon Messia’s “Talibans II” and Qing Madi and BNXN’s “Ole” debuts at No.18 and No.19 respectively.

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