Turntable Top 100: Wizkid’s “Money & Love” Debuts On The Top Five

Wizkid's "Money and Love" debuts at No.4

Kizz Daniel continues to break records with his recently released track with Empire Records, “Cough (Odo).” Tallying 5.29 million streams and 79.4 million in radio reach, “Cough (Odo)” spends its third consecutive week on the number one spot, and joins the ranks of Omah Lay as one of the artists with the most cumulative weeks on the No.1 spot in Nigeria. Both spent a total of 18 weeks and for Kizz Daniel, it is spread across 4 tracks: “Lie” (7 weeks), “Pour Me Water” (1 week), “Buga” (7 weeks) and “Cough(Odo)” (3 weeks).

Similar to last week, Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool” is at No.2 and Ayra Starr’s “Rush,” a former chart topper stays at No.3 on the charts. The second promotional single from Wizkid’s 5th Studio album ‘More Love, Less Ego’, “Money and Love” debuts at No.4, days to the album’s official release. This follows the first entry, “Bad to Me” which peaked at No.3 earlier on the charts. “Money and Love” becomes Wizkid’s ninth top ten entry on the chart. Rounding up the top 5 is Asake’s “Joha” off his debut album, ‘Mr Money With The Vibe.’

Elsewhere on the charts, Bella Shmurda and Omah Lay’s “Philo” slips from the 5th spot, landing at No.6 this week. Also, “Electricity” by Pheelz and Davido slides down one spot to the the No.7 while Johnny Drille’s “How Are You (My Friend)” makes its top ten debut at No.8 after spending last week at No.14. This counts as Johnny Drille’s first top ten entry on the Turntable Top 100. Rounding up this week’s top ten is “Soweto” by Tempoe and Victony, returning to its No.9 peak spot and Blaqbonez & JAE5’s “Back In Uni” which slides down 3 spots, occupying the No. 10 position this week.

This week, Mavins Records new single “My Friend” also tallied 60.4 million in radio reach and 1.42 million across streaming platforms. All seven artists on the track have recorded at least one entry on the Turntable Top 100 chart, making that a first for any Nigerian Record Label. Just outside the Top 10, Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” peaks at the No.16 while Poco Lee and Hotkid’s “Otilo (Izz Gone)” launches at No.20.

Read a full breakdown of the charts here.

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