TurnTable Top 50: Asa’s “IDG” Debuts On The Top Ten This Week

Asa makes her top ten debut

Continuing from its previous winning streak, Pheelz and BNXN’s “Finesse” has retained its position at the top of the TurnTable Top 50 charts for a second week in a row. This week, “Finesse” continues to climb the charts across all platforms, tallying a record 6.29 million equivalent streams and 42.9 million in radio reach. 


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Skiibi’s “Baddest Boy” assisted by Davido retains its spot at No.2 this week right after topping the charts for 5 consecutive weeks. Although it slips down one position, it is currently the longest No.1 song of 2022 so far. At No. 3 is Asake and Olamide’s  “Omo Ope”, which holds the same spot it was in last week.

Omah Lay “Attention” is at No. 4 this week, with 53.2 million in radio reach, 8.61 million in TV reach and 1.46 million equivalent streams. It’s followed by Rema’s “Calm Down” which rounds up the top 5, tallying 64.5 million in radio reach in the latest tracking week.

Lil Kesh’s “Don’t Call Me” with Zinoleesky is at No. 6 after peaking at No. 3 on the chart – it remains the only song to have stayed in the top 10 throughout 2022. Following at No. 7 is BNXN’s “Italy” with Blaq Diamond which rises to a new peak from last week; it tallied 43.9 million in radio reach.

This week, following the release of her fifth studio album, Asa and Wizkid’s “IDG” jumps seven spots from last week and makes its debut in the top ten this week at No. 8. It becomes Asa’s first top ten entry on the chart and Wizkid’s seventh. The Wizkid-assisted “IDG” tallied 41.6 million in radio reach and 920,000 equivalent streams, ending an 8-week run of no female artiste in the top ten.

According to the chart data, the last female entry in the top ten was Fave’s “Baby Riddim” at No. 7 on the chart dated January 24, 2022. To round up the top 10 this week is Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran’s “Peru” at No. 9 and TI Blaze’s “Sometimes (Remix)” with Olamide which rests firmly at No. 10. Outside of the top 10, we’ve got newcomer Khaid’s debut single, “With You” at No.12, Ajebo Hustlers “Loyalty” at No.21 and Victony’s “Apollo” debuts at No. 39.

You can read a full breakdown of the chart here.