Shallipopi records second appearance on US Billboard’s Afrobeats Songs Chart
Shallipopi has been captivating audiences since the breakout of his Afrobeats hit tune release ‘Elon Musk,’ which brought him to the mainstream as an artist eager to bring his Edo cultural origins to Street music.
Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ maintains its amazing dominance on the Billboard US Afrobeats Song Chart (Chart week – July 29, 2023), extending its record stay at the top to 47 weeks.
Libianca’s ‘People’ remains at No. 2, Tems’ ‘Free Mind’ remains at No. 3, Wizkid’s ‘Essence’ remix remains at No. 4, and J Hus’ ‘Who Told You’ featuring Drake is at No. 5.
‘Last Last’ and ‘Sittin’ On To Of The World’ by Burna Boy remain at Nos. 6 and 7, respectively.
CKay’s ‘Love Nwantiti’ succeeds Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ at number eight, while the latter falls to number nine, and Fireboy’s ‘Peru’ featuring Ed Sheeran remains at number ten.
This week’s debuts include Jon Baptiste’s ‘Drink Water’ featuring Jon Bellion and Fireboy at No. 16, Oxlade’s ‘Intoxicated’ featuring Dave at No. 26, J Hus’ ‘Militerian’ featuring Naira Marley and ‘Masculine’ featuring Burna Boy at Nos. 28 and 31, respectively.
‘Obapluto’ by Rising Street-pop sensation Shallipopi debuts at NO. 45 which is his second entry after ‘Ex Convict’ which debuted at NO. 26 last week.
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