TurnTable Top 100: Rexxie Debuts On The Top Ten With “Abracadabra” Featuring Naira Marley & Skiibii

Ruger's "Asiwaju" maintains its No.1 spot

This week on the TurnTable Top 100, Ruger’s hit single “Asiwaju” spends another week as the No.1 song in the country. The record tallied 2.54 million on-demand streams and 77.7 million in radio reach joining the ranks of Omah Lay’s “soso” and Joeboy’s “Sip (Alcohol),” both of which spent 11 and 10 weeks atop the charts respectively. 

It is followed by Omah Lay’s “soso” which rises to a new peak at No.2 tallying 2.55 million on-demand streams and 62.7 million in radio reach. “RTID (Rich Till I Die)” by Kizz Daniel slips to No. 3 after debuting at No. 2 on the Top 100 only two weeks ago. To close out the top 5 is Zinoleesky’s “Personal” at No. 4 while Mavin All-Star’s “Won Da Mo” which recently topped the charts drops to No. 5.

Outside the top 5, Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” remains  at No. 6 for a third straight week and it’s followed by a new entry on the charts–Rexxie’s sleeper hit “Abracadabra” with Naira Marley & Skiibii which rises from No. 16 to a new peak at No.7 on the chart this week. The viral song tallied 1.32 million on-demand streams and 35.7 million in radio reach ahead of the release of the street pop producer’s new project ‘Big Time’ set for release on March 3rd.

Joeboy’s “Body & Soul” is at No. 8, becoming the biggest debut this week with 878,000 on-demand streams and 50 million in radio reach. “Body & Soul” is Joeboy’s biggest debut across all platforms since “Sip (Alcohol)” in October 2021. Seyi Vibez’s “Chance (Na Ham)” falls from 7-9 while EMPIRE & Kizz Daniel’s “Cough (ODO)” drops from 9-10. Outside of this week’s top ten; Libianca’s “People” moves from No. 43 on last week’s chart to No. 12 while Minz’s “Wo Wo (Remix)” with BNXN fka Buju & Blaqbonez debuts at No. 18. Spinall’s “Bunda” with Olamide and Kemuel also debuts at No.4 on this week’s charts.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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