‘Rush,’ By Ayra Starr, Debuts On The UK Official Singles Chart
Nigerian musician Rema has maintained his chart dominance, with his popular tune ‘Calm Down’ gaining a new top on the UK Official Singles Chart.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Rema’s ‘Calm Down,’ featuring Selena Gomez, sets a new top in the newest edition of the UK Official Singles Chart, moving up two places to sixth place from eighth last week.
Libianca’s ‘People’ jumped 9 spots to a new peak of No. 18 this week, extending its chart run to 4 weeks.
As it enters its 19th week on the list, Oxlade’s ‘Kulosa’ drops 8 spots from No. 74 last week to No. 82 this week.
‘Rush,’ by Ayra Starr, makes its chart debut at No. 92, marking her first solo appearance on the list.
Burna Boy’s “Alone” drops 7 spots to No. 93, while “Last Last,” which is in its 34th week on the chart, drops 10 spots to No. 95.
The top 5 songs on the UK Afrobeats Chart (29 January 2023–4 February 2023) stay the same, with Libianca’s “People” holding onto the top place.
No. 2 on the chart is still Burna Boy’s “Alone,” No. 3 is Ruger’s “Asiwaju,” No. 4 is Wizkid’s “2 Sugar” with Ayra Starr, and No. 5 is Asake’s “Organize.”
Peace Be Unto You by Asake climbs to No. 6, Bad To Me by Wizkid drops to No. 7, and Won Da Mo by Mavin remains at No. 10.
Spinall’s “Bunda” feat. Olamide & Lemuel premieres at No. 17, while Joeboy’s “Body & Soul” debuted at No. 13.
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