Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ spends a second week at No. 1 as ‘Joha’ moves to No. 2 on the Nigerian Top 100


Asake’s ‘Joha’ rockets from No. 6 to a new peak of No. 2 in the Top 100 this week; ‘Joha’ racked up 3.54 million views (#4 streaming) and 39.1 million radio reach (#9 radio). As a result, Asake becomes the first artist whose entries reach the top 2 in Nigeria. The artist holds the record for the most No. 1 entries with 6 plus two singles reaching No. 2 on ‘PALAZZO’ and ‘Jaho’

Asake’s ‘Terminator’ stays on Number 3 for another week: He spent two weeks atop the Nigerian Top 100.

Pheelz & Davido’s ‘Electricity’ stands firm on #4 while Asake’s ‘Organize’ falls 2-5. The song spent a week on No. 1.

Fireboy DML and Asake ‘Bandana’ Retreats 5-6 after spending seven non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 (the longest joint No. 1 of 2022).

Bella Shmurda & Omah Lay’s ‘Philo’ stays on her No. 7 peak for another week as Asake’s ‘Dull’ bounces 10-8.

Rounding out this week’s top ten; Wizkid’s ‘Bad To Me’ Drops 8-9 as Oxlade’s ‘Ku Lo Sa – A COLORS SHOW’ drops 9-10.

Just outside the top ten; Victony & Tempoe’s ‘Soweto’ Rises to a New Peak of No. 11; the song previously classified as Afro-R&B genre will now be listed under Afro-Pop – it has spent two weeks at No. 1 on the R&B chart.

Young Jonn’s ‘Xtra Cool’ Jumps From No. 25 To No. 13 On This Week’s Top 100; however, it is the first song to rank No. 1 on the radio chart and falls outside the top ten of the corresponding aggregate chart for that week.


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