TurnTable Top 50: Asake & Olamide’s “Omo Ope” climbs to No. 3

"Baddest Boy" & "Peru" remain at the top of the chart.

Last week, street-hop’s ultimate endorser, Olamide unveiled singer Asake as the latest signee to his YBNL record label. The announcement came not too long after their collaborative single, “Omo Ope,” a vibrant and celebratory cut that’s easily one of the best songs in this early year. Two weeks after making its TurnTable Top 50 entrance at No. 25, and moving up to No. 14 last week, “Omo Ope” has rocketed to the third spot on this week’s edition of the chart. Tallying 3.03 million equivalent streams and 31.8 million in radio reach, the song saw 85% and 52.8% increases across both respective mediums.

Having topped the local Apple Music charts—which is not a part of the TurnTable Top 50 yet—for much of the previous week, and with the impending release of his debut EP, ‘Ololade’, as well as the song’s accompanying video, “Omo Ope” has real momentum to get to the very top of the chart. For now, though, Skiibii continues to set the pace with his Davido-assisted “Baddest Boy (Remix).” Still ahead of the pack streaming-wise, the song is yet to top the radio and TV charts to complete the TurnTable sweep, a feat that would be apt for the song with the most single-week points in TurnTable Top 50 history.

Retaining its No. 2 position for the third straight week, after topping the chart for four straight week, Fireboy DML’s “Peru”—bolstered by the Ed Sheeran-assisted remix—remains in the top ten for the 26th week, extending the record for most weeks in the top ten. Fireboy makes another top five appearance this week, his feature on the remix of Reekado Banks’ “Ozumba Mbadiwe” helps in sending the song to No. 4 after it briefly fell out of the top ten. The top five on this week’s TurnTable Top 50 is rounded out by Lil Kesh and Zinoleesky’s “Don’t Call Me,” which just received a video treatment that should ensure its staying power in the top ten over the next couple of weeks.

Kizz Daniel’s “Pour Me Water” is at No. 6 this week, falling out of the top five for the first time since topping the chart for one week at the end of 2021. Rounding out the top ten of this week’s TurnTable Top, TI Blaze’s Olamide-assisted “Sometimes (Remix)” stays at No. 7, Kizz Daniel’s “Eh God (Barnabas)” moves one spot up from last week to No. 8, Burna Boy and Wizkid’s “B. D’OR” tumbles down four places to No. 8, while CKay’s “Emiliana” descends two positions to No. 10.

You can read the full rundown of this week’s TurnTable Top 50 here.