TurnTable Top 50: Ladipoe’s “Feeling” returns to its No.1 spot this week

Ladipoe is back on top

After moving down one spot last week, Ladipoe and Buju’s “Feeling” has now regained its position atop the Turntable charts for its third non-consecutive week at No. 1. The song tallied up to 39.4 million in radio, up to 12.9 million in TV reach, and 2.05 million equivalent streams. It leads this week’s streaming and TV chart to become the fourth song ever to have reached No. 1 on all four major charts published by TurnTable Charts; Top 50, radio, TV, and streaming.

Following closely at No. 2 is Olamide’s hit single “Rock” which featured on his recently released album ‘UY Scuti’. After spending three non-consecutive weeks at the top of the chart, it drew 1.97 million equivalent streams, 32.4 million in radio reach, and 10.7 million in TV reach this week. Rema’s “Soundgasm” holds at its No. 3 peak for a second straight week as the song continues to grow rapidly on radio and TV across the country in the lead up to the rapper’s debut album.

Justin Bieber’s “Peaches (Masterkraft Remix)” rockets to No. 4 this week, a new peak for the song following the recently released African remix featuring Alpha P & Omah Lay. The song tallied 42 million in radio airplay reach, 3.53 million in TV airplay reach and 182,000 equivalent streams. “Peaches (Masterkraft Remix)” is Omah Lay’s fifth top-five entry on the chart, but the first top ten (and chart entry) for both Alpha P and Masterkraft.

Burna Boy’s “Kilometre” moves down one spot from to No.5 this week while Ruger’s “Bounce” slides down one place to No. 6 on the charts. Rounding up this week’s top ten of the 50; Joeboy’s “Show Me” ascends to No. 7 this week, Cheque’s “History” with Fireboy DML rises to No.8, Buju’s “Outside” is at No. 9, while Adekunle Gold’s “It Is What It Is” closes out the top 10 this week.

You can view the full breakdown of the charts here.

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