TurnTable Top 100: Tiwa Savage And Zinoleesky’s “Jaiye Foreign” Debuts On The Top Ten

Fireboy DML and Asake remains at No.1

Fireboy DML and Asake’s “Bandana” continues its leading streak as it spends a fifth week atop the charts. This week, the catchy single by the YBNL collaborators reached a new peak as it earns its fifth consecutive week at No.1 on the Turntable Top 100.

The track tallied a record 67.7 million impressions in radio reach and 4.48 million streams (it is also the No.1 song on streaming this week, moving up 0.1% on the chart). This earns Fireboy DML a new record as it becomes his longest staying single at No.1 on the charts, surpassing “Peru” which spent four weeks at No.1. This is also Asake’s first single to stay this long on the top chart for consecutive weeks.

For a third week, newcomers Carterefe and Berri-Tega’s “Machala” holds at No.2 on the chart, closely followed by Burna Boy’s “It’s Plenty.” Both tracks are followed by another Burna Boy number, “Common Person” at No.4 for another week. Rounding out the Top five this week is Crayon’s “Ijo (Laba Laba)” which rises from its previous position at No.9. The track earned 68.5 airplay impression and is currently the biggest song on Nigerian airwaves ( radio & TV respectively despite coming at No.3 spot on both charts).

At No.6 this week, we have Asake’s “Peace Be Unto You (PBUY),” while Kizz Daniel’s “Buga ( Lo Lo Lo)” is at No.7 on the charts. Tiwa Savage and Zinoleesky’s “Jaiye Foreign” makes its debut on the Top 100 at No.8 this week. The track gained 43.5 million impression reach on radio (landing the No.6 spot on the radio charts this week) and 1.71 million streams (coming in at No.9 on the streaming charts). Rounding up the Top Ten this week is Ruger’s “Girlfriend,” which ascends from the 11th spot to No.9 this week while Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran’s “For My Hand” falls from the 5th spot to No.10 on the charts.

Moving away from the Top Ten, we have Peruzzi’s “Hypertension,” which debut at No.43 on the charts while L.A.X’s “Para” launches at No.62 on the Top 100.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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