TurnTable Top 100: Mavin’s “Won Da Mo” climbs into the top five

While Kizz Daniel sets a new record for most cumulative weeks at No. 1

In the decade-plus since its formation, Mavin Records has evolved from a crew of stars led by a Svengali, into arguably the most well-oiled machine and label operations company in this part of the world. In celebration of its tenth anniversary, Mavin is gearing up for the release of its second compilation project, ‘Chapter X’, and the album’s recent lead single “Won Da Mo” is growing into a bonafide hit. On this week’s edition of the TurnTable Top 100 chart, it climbs to a new No. 4 peak – three spots up from last week – with 2.04 million streams and 48.9 million in radio reach.

With ‘Chapter X’ due for release later this week, “Won Da Mo” is loading up to contend for the top spot, but it will face stiff competition from the current No. 1 song on the chart, “Cough (Odo)” by Kizz Daniel and EMPIRE. Also dropping this week is ‘EMPIRE Presents: Where We Come From, Vol. 01’, the first compilation project by the distribution and label services company featuring many of its affiliated African artists. After being shut out for the last two weeks by Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool”, Kizz Daniel’s latest smash hit returns to the No. 1 spot, making him the artist with the most cumulative weeks at No. 1 (19 weeks), a streak that could be extended by the imminent drop of the EMPIRE compilation.

“Xtra Cool” drops to No. 2, continuing its remarkable top ten run on the TurnTable Top 100, and it’s closely followed by Tiwa Savage and Asake’s lavish, irreverent banger, “Loaded”, which holds at No. 3 for another week. Ayra Starr rounds out this week’s top five with “Rush”, dropping one place from its previous position. Both Asake and Ayra make one more appearance on this week’s top ten, with the former’s “Joha” holding at No. 6 for another week, and Wizkid’s “2 Sugar” with the latter slips three spots from its previous peak to No. 8 this week.

An alleged shot at Mavin and following a reignition of his tiff with BNXN, which led to a conversation about streaming farms in Nigerian music, Ruger’s “Asiwaju” moves up 63 spots to a new No. 7 peak position on this week’s TurnTable Top 100. With the controversy and debate raging on, Ruger’s new single will very likely be in contention for higher spots in the top ten in subsequent weeks. Rounding out this week’s top ten, Johnny Drille’s “How Are You (My Friend)” makes a return to the chart’s top fifth at No. 9 this week, and it’s followed by Pheelz and Davido’s “Electricity”, which moves twelve spots up from last week.

You can go through all the songs on this week’s TurnTable Top 100 here.