Turntable Top 100: Mohbad’s “Ask About Me” makes a re-entry at No.22

Asake's "Lonely At The Top" spends its tenth consecutive week at No.1

In the final days of June, Mohbad released a Fuji-leaning Street Pop extended play dubbed ‘Blessed’, a colourful sophomore release carried by his irrepressible spirit. Lead single and penultimate track, “Ask About Me,” proved to be a clear standout from the 8-track project, presenting a breezy cut of Amapiano-infused keys and ethereal background vocals. On this week’s TurnTable Top 100, the Nektunez-produced track made a re-entry into the Top 30, snagging up a spot at No.22 as fans reconnect with the talented star amidst his unfortunate and heart-breaking passing. RIP, Imole.


Asake’s hit single, “Lonely At The Top” stands strong at No.1 on this week’s TurnTable Top 100, extending its streak to ten consecutive weeks, now becoming the second-longest No.1 in chart history. It tallied 2.89 million streams and 90.9 million in radio impressions. The song has a chance to tie the 11-week run of Omah Lay’s “Godly,” and possibly set a new record in a few weeks. Ayra Starr-assisted “Ngozi” moves Crayon’s previous No.3 to the chart’s Top 2 this week while Burna Boy’s “City Boys” slips from the second spot into this week’s No.3. The rest of the Top 5 remains unchanged, with Khaid’s “Anabella” at No.4 and Omah Lay’s “reason” at No.5.

Outside the Top 5, Shallipopi’s “Obapluto” rises four spots to this week’s No.6, a new peak for the single, and Olamide’s “Jinja” slides up 4 spots from last week’s No.11. Similarly, Flavour and Odumodublvck-assisted single “Ndi Ike” slides five spots, a new peak for Falz after spending 5 weeks on the chart since its debut. Burna Boy’s “Giza” featuring Seyi Vibez and BNXN’s “Aduke” off his highly anticipated album, ‘Sincerely BNXN,’ closes out the top 10, occupying the 9th and 10th spot respectively.

For the rest of this week’s TurnTable Top 100, Burna Boy’s “Big 7” and Young John’s “Sharpally” linger on the 11th and 12th spot after spending a combined 15 weeks on the chart. Khaid’s “Jara” off his recently release EP, ‘Emotions’, also rises 22 spots to No.14 and Mohbad’s “Peace” re-enters at No.28 after spending 32 weeks in the Turntable Top 100 and peaking at No 21.

[Featured Image Credits/The NATIVE]