Asake’s “2:30” Rises to No. 1 on the Official Nigeria Top 100, Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” with Musa Keys Moves to No. 2

“2:30” tallied 5.23 million on-demand streams (No. 1 on streaming) and 65 million in radio reach (No. 5 on radio). It is Asake’s ninth top ten song in Nigeria – more than any other artiste in singles chart history in Nigeria. The first aggregate chart in Nigeria was launched on November 9, 2020.

All of Asake’s No. 1 Songs1.     “Omo Ope” (1 week at No. 1)

2.     “Sungba (Remix)” [1 week at No. 1

]3.     “PBUY” [2 weeks at No. 1

]4.     “Bandana” (7 weeks at No. 1)

5.     “Terminator” (2 weeks at No. 1)

6.     “Oragnise” (1 week at No. 1)

7.     “Yoga” (2 weeks at No. 1)

8.     “No Competition” (1 week at No. 1)

9.     “2:30” (1 week at No. 1)*

Asake’s “2:30” latest No. 1 song is powered by an overwhelming lead on streaming; it had almost two times the number of streams of the second song (2.84 million on-demand streams by “UNAVAILABLE”).Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” with Musa Keys ascends to a new peak of No. 2 on the Top 100; it tallied 2.84 million streams (No. 2 on streaming) and 79.2 million in radio reach (No. 2 on radio).

Adekunle Gold’s “Party No Dey Stop” with Zinoleesky rebounds 5-3 after topping the chart for two weeks while BNXN fka Buju’s “Gwagwalada” with Kizz Daniel & Seyi Vibez ascends 6-4 after topping the chart for four weeks (it remains the longest No. 1 song of 2023).

Davido’s “FEEL” completes the top five of this week’s chart, falling 4-5. Davido’s “NO COMPETITION” with Asake drops 1-6; as a result, it suffers the biggest drop for a No. 1 song in singles chart history (The drop in record streams for last week and the promotion of another song on the album as the focus track on radio contributed to the drop).

The next tracks rebound into the top ten; Victony’s “Soweto (Remix)” with Tempoe, Rema & Don Toliver moves 11-7, Omah Lay’s “soso” rises 13-8 while Tiwa Savage, Ayra Starr & Young Jonn’s “Stamina” moves 14-9.

Davido’s “OVER DEM” falls 2-10 to complete this week’s top ten – it also suffers the second biggest drop of any song from the top two spots on the singles chart, behind only the unwanted record of Burna Boy’s “B.DOR” with Wizkid which went 2-13 in the first week of 2022.   

Just outside the top ten; Joeboy’s “Duffel Bag” debuts at No. 18.

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