TurnTable Top 100: Zinoleesky’s “Call Of Duty” Debuts On The Top Ten

Fireboy DML remains at No.1

This week, Fireboy DML and Asake remain on top of the TurnTable charts. “Bandana” tallied 4.54 million streams (No. 1 on streaming), 65.7 million in radio reach (No. 1 on radio) and 11.5 million in TV reach (No. 5 on TV). It marks a sixth week at No. 1 on the Top 500 which is just behind the 7-week reign of Kizz Daniel’s “Buga” with Tekno as the longest No. 1 songs of 2022.

Asake’s “Terminator” dips to No. 2 in its second week on the chart; interestingly, it is No. 2 on all three components of the Top 100 – streaming, radio and TV (it is even No. 2 on the combined airplay chart behind “Bandana”). Following “Terminator” is Pheelz & Davido’s “Electricity” holds at its No. 3 debut for a second week on the Top 100; it is No. 3 on streaming and No. 3 on airplay.

Rounding up the top 5 is Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran’s “For My Hand,” off his recently released studio album, ‘Love, Damini’ which lands at No.4 this week. According to chart data, Audiomack is the major factor for its boost as it by far the most-streamed song off Love, Damini on the platform. It is followed at No.5 by Crayon’s “Ijo (Laba Laba).” This week, Carterefe and Tiga-Berri’s “Machala” falls to No.6 on the charts, despite news of the single being taken down from streaming platforms last week. TTC posits that the song is expected to fall after being taken off some DSPs such as Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube and Boomplay on the final day of tracking for this week’s chart. The song is still being played on radio and also available on Audiomack.

Rounding out this week’s top ten; Burna Boy’s “It’s Plenty” and “Common Person” at No. 7 and 8 respectively; Ruger’s “Girlfriend” at No.9 while street poetm Zinoleesky’s “Call of Duty” launches at No. 10 this week. The song tallied 2.15 million streams (No. 5 on streaming) and 14.1 million in radio reach (No. 38 on radio). Outside the top 10, Olamide’s “We Outside” debuts at No. 20 this week.

You can read a full breakdown of the chart here.

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