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Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ Spends A Second Week At No. 1 On The Nigeria Top 100

Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ Spends A Second Week At No. 1 On The Nigeria Top 100 

Rush generated 5.31 million streams (a second week at No. 1 on streaming) and reached 47.2 million listeners on radio (No. 5 on radio). In addition, it had a TV reach of 7.76 million, which placed it at No. 12 in the week’s TV rankings.

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

Ayra Starr made history last week by becoming the second artist to have two No. 1 tracks off a debut album and the first female musician to record multiple No. 1 entries in Nigeria (Asake is the first).

This week Top 100 saw Asake’s “Joha” soar from No. 6 to a new peak of No. 2; “Joha” amassed 3.54 million streams (No. 4 on streaming) and 39.1 million in radio reach (No. 9 on radio). As a consequence, Asake is the first artist in Nigeria to have submissions enter the top two. The musician has the most No. 1 entries with six, plus “PALAZZO” and “Jaho,” which both peaked at No. 2, setting the record.

After spending two weeks at the top of the Nigeria Top 100, Asake’s “Terminator” remains at No. 3 for another week.

While Asake’s “Organise” drops 2-5 places to No. 5, Pheelz & Davido’s “Electricity” remains at No. 4. The song stayed at No. 1 for a week.

Bandana by Fireboy DML & Asake drops to No. 5 from No. 1 after seven non-consecutive weeks there (joint-longest No. 1 of 2022).

While Asake’s “Dull” scores a 10-8 comeback, Bella Shmurda & Omah Lay’s “Philo” maintains its No. 7 high for another week.

Wizkid’s “Bad To Me” drops 8–9 this week, while Oxlade’s “Ku Lo Sa – A COLORS SHOW” hits 9–10.

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