Rema Releases “Charm” Music Video As It Continues To Dominate Nigerian Charts
Rema records his second week at the top of TurnTable Top 100.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Rema is one of Africa’s top music stars, and his smash tune ‘Calm Down’ dominates charts in the UK, US, North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
The hitmaker is duplicating his worldwide supremacy at home as his song ‘Charm’ returns to the top of the new TurnTable Chart (Week May 12th, 2023 – May 18th, 2023).
The track, whose music video was published yesterday, rises one place, returning to its top position of No. 1 in its third week on the list.
Kizz Daniel’s new song ‘Shu Peru’ arrives at No. 2, while Asake’s ‘2:30’ falls two spots to No. 3 after debuting at No. 1 last week.
BNXN’s ‘Pray’ jumps 91 spots to No. 4 in its first full week on the chart, while Davido’s mega single ‘Feel’ falls to No. 5.
Davido’s second top 10 entry, ‘Unavailable’ featuring Musa Keys, goes up one position to No. 6.
Zinoleesky’s ‘Many Things’ debuts at No. 7, followed by Adekunle Gold’s ‘Party No Dey Stop’ at No. 8, Victony’s ‘Soweto’ at No. 9, and Young Jonn’s ‘Aquafina’ at No. 10.
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