Turntable Top 100: King Promise Makes Top 10 Debut With “Terminator”

Adekunle Gold's "Ogaranya" also debuts at No.19

Following its July 2023 release, King Promise’s hit single “Terminator” launches to the top ten this week. Claiming the 7th spot on this week’s chart, the track tallied 1.14 million on-demand streams (No. 14 on streaming) and 52.3 million in radio reach (No. 5 on radio). It’s ascent on the charts comes a week after the Young Jonn-featured single received the music video treatment a few days after its release.

The number one spot this week remains with Asake whose single “Lonely At The Top” spends its second week at No.1 on the TurnTable Top 100. The song tallied 6.7 million on-demand streams and 64.6 million in radio reach, continuing to break new records as it becomes the first song with the biggest total activity for a single a week this year. In addition, “Lonely At The Top” becomes the first song of 2023 to reach No.1 across all chart records, and becomes the 9th biggest song this year.

The rest of the top four remains unchanged with Omah Lay’s “Reason” at No.2, Seyi Vibez’s “Man of the Year” at No.3 and Asake’s “Basquiat” at No.4 and Shallipopi’s “Ex Convict” closes out the Top 5. Shallipopi who recently released his latest project ‘Planet Pluto’ also claims the sixth spot with his single “Olapluto” which jumps 39 spots to a new peak at No.6.

Elsewhere on the charts, Davido’s “FEEL” slips 5 spots to No.8 after peaking at No.3, making it the longest charting single off the ‘Timeless’ album. Closing out the Top 10 is Kcee’s “Ojapiano” which sits at No.9 while Rema’s “Charm”off ‘Rave and Roses Ultra’takes the final spot at No.10. Just outside the top ten, Adekunle Gold’s “Ogaranya” off his upcoming album, ‘Tequila Ever After’ debuts at No.19 on the charts.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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