TurnTable Top 100: Tiwa Savage’s “Stamina” Is The Highest-Charting Female Collaboration

Tiwa Savage’s “Stamina” moves to a new peak of No. 4

Tiwa Savage’s “Stamina” with Ayra Starr & Young Jonn moves twenty-two places to a new peak of No. 4 on the Top 100 – becoming the highest charting female collaboration ever. It surpasses the No. 5 peak of Tiwa Savage’s “Somebody’s Son” with Brandy in 2021 and Libianca’s “People (Remix)” featuring Ayra Starr & Omah Lay at No. 6 in 2023. “Somebody’s Son” remains the only all-female collab to reach the top ten in Nigeria.

Adekunle Gold’s “Party No Dey Stop” with Zinoleesky leads this week’s Top 100, setting a new record for the biggest total activity by any single in a week in 2023. It also sets a new record for the biggest total streaming tally by any single in a week – surpassing BNXN’s “Gwagwalada” with Seyi Vibez & Kizz Daniel. 

“Party No Dey Stop” tallied 4.56 million on-demand streams (No. 1 on streaming) and 70.4 million in radio reach (No. 4 on radio), becoming Adekunle Gold and Zinoleesky’s first No. 1 single in Nigeria. “Party No Dey Stop” is Adekunle Gold’s fifth top-ten entry in Nigeria. It is also Zinoleesky’s tenth top ten entry and he is the only artist with at least ten top 10 entries to have a sole number one single.

Adekunle Gold & Zinoleesky holding their No. 1 song plaque. Image Credit: TurnTable Charts.

BNXN’s “Gwagwalada” with Kizz Daniel & Seyi Vibez dips to No. 2 after spending four weeks atop the chart. Spyro’s “Who Is Your Guy (Remix)” with Tiwa Savage retreats 2 – 3; it tops the radio chart for a third week with 93.5 million in radio reach. It sets a new record for the all-time biggest weekly tally by any single on the radio.

Omah Lay’s “soso” falls 3-5 while Rema’s “Holiday” slips 4-6 on this week’s Nigeria Top 100. Ayra Starr’s “Sability” backtracks 5-7 after topping the chart for a week.

Rounding out this week’s top ten, Khaid’s “Carry Me Go” with Boy Spyce enters the top ten at No. 8, becoming Khaid’s third top 10 entry and Boy Spyce’s fourth. Ruger’s “Asiwaju” dips 7-9 after spending seven weeks at No. 1 while Bella Shmurda’s “Ara (Gen Gen Tin)” falls 6-10.

Read a full breakdown of the chart here.

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