TurnTable Top 50: Teni’s “For You” returns to No. 1

Teni is back on top of the charts

After a brief break from its five-week streak at the No.1 spot on the weekly TurnTable Top 50 chart, Teni’s “For You” makes a comeback this week while bumping off Gyakie and Omah Lay’s “Forever (Remix)” for its sixth week at the top. This week, the song tallied 31.11 million radio airplay audience impressions (down 7.3%), 8.03 million TV airplay audience impressions (up 6.78%), and 1.04 million equivalent streams (down 11.11%). 

As a result, Teni’s “For You” with Davido becomes the first song to spend more than one stint at No. 1 on the chart – having spent 5 consecutive weeks between February 22 and March 22 at the summit of TurnTable Top 50 before making it six this week. Coming in at No. 2 is the undisputed “High Way” by DJ Kaywise & Phyno which has now spent nine consecutive weeks at this peak and also now holds the same record as Olamide’s “Infinity” featuring Omah Lay for longest weeks at No. 2 on the chart. 


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Gyakie’s “Forever (Remix)” featuring Omah Lay is down to No. 3 on this week’s chart, having led the charge for two weeks straight. At No.4 is Dangbana Republik & Bella Shmurda’s “World” which tallied about 1.75 million equivalent streams and 15.64 million radio airplay audience impressions since its release. “World” is now Bella Shmurda’s fourth top 10 entry and his highest debut yet on the chart since its inception. Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon moves to No. 5 on the charts after spending the last week in the top 20. 

Justin Bieber is the first international artiste (non-Nigerian) to have two songs reach the top ten of the TurnTable Top 50 – “Loved By You” with Burna Boy peaked at No. 4. Also in the top ten, this week is Joeboy’s “Focus” at No.6, Ajebo Hustlers “Pronto” featuring Omah Lay at No. 7, Ice Prince’s “Kolo” featuring Oxlade at No.8 and Naira Marley and Busisiwa’s “Coming” at No.9. Rounding off the top 10 is Jae 5’s “Dimension” which features Skepta and Rema. Omah Lay’s “Godly” also drops out of the top ten for the first time since its debut at No. 3 on the chart dated November 30, 2020.

You can check the full rundown of this week’s chart here.

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