Omah Lay, Adekunle Gold, Ruger & Lojay, and others have a firm grip on the top 50 turntable charts.
Turntable Charts is a music chart publication in Nigeria with the aim of providing weekly charts for the music industry in Nigeria and other Africa.
Omah Lay, who currently holds the record for the longest consecutive weeks at number one (11 weeks) with his smash single “Godly,” continues to rule the Turntable Top 50.
The artist’s most recent No. 1 hit, “Understand,” has now spent a third week at the top of the charts.
This week, “Understand” had a radio reach of 48.7 million, down 6% from the previous week, but was up 27% online with 2.03 million equivalent streams.
Omah Lay can confidently say that all of his number one appearances have spent at least 3 weeks at the top, with a television reach of 529,000.
As “Understand” maintains its position at number one, Omah Lay can proudly declare that all of his number one appearances have spent at least 3 weeks at the top.
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A fantastic achievement for the Popstar who makes number one singles look easy.
Adekunle Gold‘s “Sinner,” which debuted in the top five last week, has climbed even higher on the charts, moving from number four to number two.
This comes after an 8% rise in radio reach (36.3 million) and a massive 121 percent increase in TV reach, with 9.43 million people watching the show this week.
The highest-charting song by Adekunle Gold, “Sinner,” is followed by Ladipoe‘s “Feeling” and Olamide‘s “Rock” at #3 and #4, respectively.
Ruger’s “Bounce,” which re-enters the top five after a week-long spell at number six last week, rounds out the top five for this week.
While AV‘s “Big Thug Boys” drops one spot to number 6, Patoranking‘s “Celebrate Me” climbs to number 7.
Similarly, Fireboy‘s “Peru” climbs two spots to number eight, up from number ten last week.
Rema’s “Soundgasm” appears to be slipping out of the top ten.
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This week, “Soundgasm” drops from 8 to 9 on the chart, with “Monalisa” – from Sarz and Lojay’s joint project, ‘LV N ATTN’ – rounding out the top 10.
“Monalisa” is the fifth song from Sony Music West Africa and the UK to appear in the top 10 of Turntable’s Top 50 charts without having had any Audiomack streams.
Ruger‘s “Bounce,” JAE5′s “Dimensions,” Burna Boy and Becky G‘s “Rotate,” and “Monalisa” all made the top ten, which is impressive given how influential Audiomack is in Nigeria’s streaming arena.
Gyakie‘s “Forever (Remix),” which spent three weeks at the top without any Audiomack streaming, is particularly fearsome.