TurnTable Top 100: Kizz Daniel & EMPIRE’s “Cough (ODO)” debuts at No.1

Kizz Daniel is back where he belongs

Kizz Daniel has done it again. Following the release of his record-breaking “Buga (Lo Lo Lo)” earlier this year, the EMPIRE artist has now released new single “Cough (Odo)” which debuts at No.1 on the TurnTable Top 100 this week. “Cough (Odo)” garnered 10.5 million streams and 70.2 million on radio plays, holding the largest streaming week tally in Nigeria in a week.

It usurps the previous record held by Asake’sTerminator” which tallied 6.83 million streams and 55.9 million in radio reach in its debut week.Cough Odo makes history as the second song ever to debut at No. 1 on every available platform in Nigeria and also the first song without the mention of its title in the lyrics. 

After three weeks of reigning the charts, Ayra Starr’s “Rush” slides to No.2 following the release of the deluxe edition of ’19 & Dangerous,’ her 2021 debut album. Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” retains its No.3 for the second week after the release of his album ‘Love Isn’t Enough Vol 2’. Following closely at No.4 is Asake’s “Joha” which drops down from its previously held two-week dominance at No.2. 

Ahead of ‘Young Preacher’ release, Blaqbonez & JAE5’s “Back in Uni”  takes a significant leap from No.10 to No.5 with 46.3 million in radio play. “Back To Uni” is JAE5’s top charting song in Nigeria as an artist and second charting as a producer after “It’s Plenty” which peaked at No.3. Elsewhere on the charts, “Electricity by Pheelz and Davido moves down to No.6 this week.

It is followed by Asake’s “Terminator” at No. 7 and Bella Shmurda and Omah Lay’s “Philo” retains its No.8 postion. The song might make an unexpected comeback ahead of the release of Bella Shmurda’s project ‘Hypertension’ tomorrow.  Asake’s “Organise” drops to No.9 this week and is followed by previous chart topper, “Bandana” by Fireboy DML and Asake at No.10. Outside the top ten, Johnny Drille’s “How Are You (My Friend)” debuts at No.33 and T.I Blaze’s “LOCK UP” debuts at No.42 on the charts this week.

You can read the full breakdown of the charts here