Turntable Top 100: Odumodublvck Debuts On The Top 100 With “PICANTO”

The top 100 songs in Nigeria

For a third week, Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” retains the No.1 spot with over 2.82 million streams across platforms, 51.8 million in radio reach and 15.6 million in TV reach. It is followed by EMPIRE and  Kizz Daniel’s “Cough(ODO)” which dips to No.2 on the charts sfter four non-consecutive weeks at No.1. It becomes the first song to top both streaming and radio charts in a week without being No. 1 on the all-genre multi-metric aggregate chart.

Following the release of the highly anticipated sophomore compilation project ‘Chapter X’ by music industry powerhouse, Mavin Records to mark its 10-year anniversary in the game, the album’s promotional single “Won Da Mo,” climbs to the third spot on the charts this week.

Elsewhere on the top 5, Tiwa Savage and Asake’s “Loaded” slips to the No.4 spot while Ruger’s “Asiwaju” attains a new high at No.5, and is predicted to rise within the next week. It is followed by Ayra Starr’s “Rush” at No.6 and Asake’s “Joha” which falls to the seventh position this week.

Rounding out this week’s chart is BNXN who scores a new position on the top 10 spot. Still reeling from the release of his EP ‘Bad Since ’97’ with standout tracks like Wizkid-assisted “Many Ways” and a slew of successful shows, BNXN’s new single “Traboski” debuts at No.8 this week. The song tallied 1.90 million streams (No. 8 on streaming) and 22.6 million in radio reach (No. 20 on radio). It also serves as BNXN’s eighth top ten entry in Nigeria and first solo top ten since “Outside”

Next up is Wizkid and Ayra Starr’s “2 Sugar,” off ‘More Love, Less Ego’ which slips to No.9 this week and Bella Shmurda and Omah Lay’s “Philo” which slides up two positions from No.12 to No.10 this week.  Just shy of the Top 10, Zlatan and Young Jonn’s “Astalavista” debuts this week at No.15 while Oxlade and Mayorkun’s “Bad Boy” launches at No.25. Elsewhere on the charts, OdumoduBlvck’s “Picanto” makes it debut on the chart at No.97 becoming the first song from NATIVE Records to feature on the TurnTable Top 100.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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