Turntable Top 100: Kizz Daniel & EMPIRE’s “Cough (Odo)” spends a second week at No.1

Bella Shmurda & Omah Lay’s “Philo” rises to No.5

Kizz Daniel is only getting better and better. His hit single with EMPIRE Cough (ODO) stays atop the charts for the second week running. This week, “Cough (ODO)” tallied 8.32 million streams and 76.6 million in radio reach. This surpasses Asake’s “Bandana” which held the record for largest radio reach with 72.4 million. Despite the 

Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” reaches a new peak of No.2 moving up one spot from last week, making it the highest charting single released under Chocolate City. “Rush” by Ayra Starr drops to No.3 this week after spending three consecutive weeks at No.1 while Asake’s “Joha” retains No.4 for another week. After the release of Bella Shmurda’s albumHypertension, Philo with Omah Lay leaps 3 positions up to No.5. The single amassed a total of 2.88 million streams, 37.5 million in radio reach, and 9.88 million in TV reach making it No.2 in the TV chart. This makes it Bella Shmurda’s fourth top 5 entry and Omah Lay’s ninth.

Elsewhere on the charts, “Electricity” by Pheelz and Davido maintains No.6 for another week while Blaqbonez and JAE5’s “Back in Uni” slips to No.7 after peaking at No.5 last week. Rounding up the last three slots are Asake’s “Organise” at No. 8, “Terminator” at No. 9, and “Bandana” at No. 10 with Fireboy DML. All three songs have occupied the No.1 position with “Bandana” spending seven non-consecutive weeks at No.1 and 15 weeks in the Top 100 chart.

Just outside the top ten; Johnny Drille’s How Are You (My Friend) rockets to a new peak of No. 16 from No.33 making it his first top 20 entry in Nigeria while Fave’s “Scatta Scatta” debuts at No.44. 

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