Burna Boy, Rema, & Oxlade Continue To Dominate The UK Official Singles Chart
The Afrobeats trio of Burna Boy, Rema, and Oxlade continues to dominate the UK official singles chart in its most recent edition.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Nigerian trio of Burna Boy, Rema, and Oxlade continued to dominate the charts throughout the week of October 28, 2022, to October 31, 2022.
Rema, who has been at the top of the Afrobeats entries for nine weeks, is still in first place this week at No. 17. It dropped one spot from its best position of No. 16 last week.
This week, Burna Boy’s “For My Hand” debuted at number 24 and is now in its sixteenth week on the chart. His number-one single “Last Last” is also having a great run on the charts, as it enters its 24th week at No. 38 this week.
With a NO. 94 entries this week, Oxlade’s “Kulosa” was able to extend its chart run to 15 weeks.
This week, JAE5’s “Propeller” holds onto the top place as Burna Boy’s “Its Plenty” and Ayra Starr’s “Rush” climb to Nos. 2 and 3, respectively. While “Terminator” stays at No. 5, Asake’s “Joha” dropped two positions to No. 4.
The song “Cough” by Kizz Daniel and EMPIRE has climbed to No. 6, while “Soweto” by Victony and Tempoe holds onto No. 7 and Wizkid’s “Bad To Me” climbs to No. 8.
D’banj releases a new song, “Cover Me.”
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