TurnTable Top 100: Zinoleesky Earns Highest Debut With “Many Things”

The song is Zinoleesky’s eleventh top ten entry in Nigeria

This week, Zinoleesky’s “Many Things” launches at No. 3 on the charts, taking the honour of the biggest debut on the Top 100. The new single drew 4.07 million on-demand streams (No. 1 on streaming) and 17.3 million in radio reach (No. 52 on radio). “Many Things” becomes Zinoleesky’s eleventh top ten entry in Nigeria.

Asake’s “2:30” retains a third week at No. 1 as it tallies 2.94 million on-demand streams (No. 2 on streaming) and 82 million in radio reach (No. 2 on radio). As a result, it becomes Asake’s longest-charting No. 1 song as a lead artiste on the singles chart in Nigeria (“Yoga,” “Peace Be Unto You (PBUY)” and “Terminator” spent two weeks each in different spans atop the singles chart in Nigeria).

Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” with Musa Keys holds at its No. 2 peak for another week; it tallied 2.22 million on-demand streams (No. 3 on streaming) and 81.2 million in radio reach (No. 3 on radio). Adekunle Gold’s “Party No Dey Stop” retreats 3-4 after topping the chart for two weeks while BNXN’s “GWAGWALADA” slides 4-5. “Gwagwalada” led the Top 100 for four weeks.

Davido’s “FEEL” holds at No. 6 for another week after debuting and peaking at No. 4 on the chart. Victony and Tempoe’s “Soweto (Remix)” with Rema and Don Toliver dips 5-7. The song is now challenging for No. 1 on next week’s chart following the release of another remix featuring Omah Lay.

Rounding out this week’s top ten, Spyro and Tiwa Savage’s “Who Is Your Guy (Remix)” is steady at No. 8 while Tiwa Savage’s “Stamina” with Ayra Starr and Young Jonn falls 7-9.

Omah Lay’s “soso” is down to No. 10. As a result, the song has now logged a milestone of 19 weeks in the top ten of the singles chart. It is now the second longest charting song in the top-ten region of an aggregate chart in Nigeria – behind only the 30 weeks of “Peru.” Just outside the top ten this week is Johnny Drille’s “Believe Me” ranks at No. 13 while Olamide and Ckay’s “Trumpet” debuts at No. 15 after its release last month.

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