Turntable Top 100: Olamide’s “Jinja” reaches a new peak at No.5

Asake's "Lonely At The Top" is the No.1 song in Nigeria

Just last week, all 15 tracks off Olamide’s highly anticipated album, ‘Unruly,’ debuted on Turntable Top 100 between No.36 and No.95. This comes only one week after the album was released and this week, “Jinja” slides up 31 spots in a new peak at No.5. The Eskeez-produced track tallied 1.97 million on-demand streams across platforms and 47.1 million in radio reach, making it Olamide’s 12th entry in Top 10.

Asake’s “Lonely At The Top” kicks off this week’s Top 5, spending its sixth consecutive week at No.1. It is just a week behind “Bandana” as Asake’s longest No.1 song in Nigeria, tallying 4.04 million on-demand streams and 97 million on radio reach. After moving up two spots last week, Khaid’s “Anabella” maintains its position at No.2 while Omah Lay’s “reason” marks its 9th week on the chart with this week’s No.3. Burna Boy’s “Big 7” off his forthcoming album, ‘I Told Them’ takes up No.4 and Olamide’s “Jinja” closes out the Top.5.

Just outside the Top 5, Adekunle Gold’s “Ogaranya” slips one spot to No.6, similar to Young Jonn’s “Sharpally” that occupies No.7 this week. Blaqbonez’s “Like Ice Spice” slides up one spot to No.8 and “Terminator” by King Promise slips one spot to No.9. Shallipopi’s “Obapluto” spends its second consecutive week at No.10.

The rest of the Turntable Top 100 chart sees Falz’s “Ndi Ike,” assisted by Flavour and Odumodublvck debut at No 13 and just above at No.12 is Olamide’s “Gaza” gliding up the chart from last week’s No.40.

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