Official Nigerian Afrobeats Charts

During the January 13th–19th, 2023 chart week, “Asiwaju” set a new record for the biggest week for any single on radio totalling 78.9 million in reach. This broke the former record of 76.6 million in radio reach during the week of October 21st-27th which was held by Kizz Daniel and EMPIRE’s “Cough (ODO).” Although “Asiwaju” is yet to beat Omah Lay’s 11 week long No. 1 position song “Godly” for longest No. 1 song in Nigeria ever, it comes a close third with another Omah Lay hit “Soso”

At the No. 2 spot for yet another week, we have Kizz Daniel’s “RTID” with 70.8 million on radio and 2.71 million in streams making it No. 3 in Nigeria. Omah Lay’s “Soso” stands gallantly at No. 3 on radio with 61.4 million in reach and 2.75 million streams making it No. 2 on streaming

Zinoleesky’s “Personal” stands at No. 4 for yet another week with its highest position being at No. 3 and “Won Da Mo” by the all-star Mavins Crew steadies itself at No. 5 for a second consecutive week.

“Xtra Cool” by Young John, The Wicked Producer remains at No. 6; its highest spot was at No. 1 for three weeks in 2022 and Seyi Vibez “Chance (Na Ham)” moves up to No. 7, situating it at its highest since its chart debut. it is his highest charting song in Nigeria ever accumulating 1.09 million in streams and 37.2 million in radio reach. Both on radio and streams, it stays at the No. 10 spot.

Victony & Tempoe’s “Soweto” makes a huge comeback into the top ten at a new highest of No. 8. Its previous highest was at No. 9 and the last time it was on the charts was about 10 weeks ago.

EMPIRE & Kizz Daniel’s “Cough (ODO)” makes a downward movement to No. 9 as well as Asake’s “Joha” to No. 10, making Asake extend his record for most consecutive weeks with a top ten song in Nigeria to 49 – just three weeks until of a full year with at least one top ten song in the country.

Honourable mentions are Rexxie’s “Abracadabra” feat. Naira Marley & Skiibii which rocketed to a new high of No. 16 and Libianca’s “People” which moved upwards to No. 43.

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