TurnTable Top 50: Olamide’s “Rock” remains at No.1 this week

Olamide leads the summer

Olamide’s “Rock” spends its third non-consecutive week at the top of the TurnTable charts after recording the biggest week in chart points for any song in the history of the chart. “Rock” tallied 2.78 million equivalent streams (up 60.7%) to return to No. 1 on the streaming chart, tallied 10.7 million in TV reach (even week-over-week) to return to No. 1 on the TV chart, and drew 41.1 million in radio reach (up 13.78%). The song now records the biggest total chart points in TurnTable Top 50 history, breaking the record set by Ladipoe & Buju’s “Feeling” three weeks ago.

Following “Rock” is Ladipoe and Buju’s “Feeling” which comes in at No.2 in TurnTable Top 50 for a second straight week after topping the chart for two weeks.It holds at No. 1 on the radio chart with 43.1 million in radio reach (up 7%), jumps to No. 5 on TV chart with 8.24 million in TV reach (up 179%), and tallied 1.94 million equivalent streams (up 1.6%).

Rema’s “Soundgasm” moves up one spot to No.3 this week becoming the singer’s highest-charting single on the TurnTable charts. It is closely followed by Burna Boy’s “Kilometre” which comes in at No.4 after topping the chart for three weeks while Ruger’s “Bounce” holds at its No. 5 peak.

Olamide’s “Need For Speed” debuts at No. 6 on the Top 50 with 1.88 million equivalent streams, becoming the rapper’s sixth top ten entry and the second single off his recently released album ‘UY Scuti’ to debut on the charts. Rounding out this week’s top ten of the Top 50; Adekunle Gold’s “It Is What It Is” ascends to No.7, Joeboy’s “Show Me” is up to No. 8, Wizkid’s “Essence” featuring Tems falls from its No.6 position from the previous week to No. 9 and Cheque & Fireboy DML’s “History” returns to the top ten at No. 10.

You can read the full breakdown of the charts here.

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