Davido’s ‘Unavailable’ Debuts On The UK Official Singles Chart
The UK Official Singles Chart has featured songs from Davido’s latest album “Timeless.”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido’s highly awaited fourth album, ‘Timeless,’ was released on March 31, 2023. The album has received a positive response, breaking many first-week records across all major streaming platforms in Nigeria.
Libianca’s ‘People’ continues to dominate the African entry in the newest edition of the UK’s Official Singles Chart, which runs from April 7 to 13 (2023), as she maintains her high position of No. 4.
Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ climbs one position to No. 5 in its 32nd week on the chart.
Ayra Starr’s record as the first and only Nigerian female artist with a solo chart entry is extended to 11 weeks as her smash single ‘Rush’ hits a new peak of No. 24.
Davido’s single ‘Unavailable’ debuts at No. 60 after a successful first week on the commercial digital charts.
‘Unavailable’ by Davido premieres at No. 1, while ‘No Competition’ by Asake from his recently released ‘Timeless’ album debuts at No. 2.
Adekunle Gold’s ‘Party No Dey Stop,’ featuring Zinoleesky, is still at No. 3. Victony’s ‘Soweto,’ featuring Rema and Don Toliver, remains at number four, while Tiwa Savage’s ‘Stamina,’ with Ayra Starr and Young Jonn, falls to number five.
Spyro’s ‘Who’s Your Guy?’ debuts at No. 6, Rema’s ‘Christmas’ debuts at No. 7, and BNXN’s ‘Gwagwalada’ ft. Seyi Vibez & Kizz Daniel debuts at No. 8. Daniel falls to No. 8, Ayra Starr’s ‘Sability’ falls to No. 9, and Asake’s ‘Dull’ falls to No. 10.
This week’s re-entries include Burna Boy’s ‘Common Guy’ at No. 16, Ruger’s ‘Red Flag’ at No. 19, and Fireboy’s ‘Ashawo’ at No. 20.
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