The High 50 blends all-genre freemium streaming (High Streaming Chart), radio airplay (High Airplay Chart) and TV airplay (TV High Songs Chart) in Nigeria. All charts will likely be dated and up to date on Mondays, this week’s chart will likely be revealed on Monday, June 27,
2022#FeatureByTurntableCharts – Asake’s “Peace Be Unto You” debuts at No. 1 on this week’s High 50 in what was the closest race between the highest 3 in chart historical past. “Overloading (OVERDOSE)” which led for the primary three days of the monitoring week, ended at No. 3.
PUBY” surged to the highest place within the fourth monitoring day and held on to the lead for the rest – however not with out Kizz Daniel’s “Buga (Lo Lo Lo)” late problem following the arrival of its official video on the sixth monitoring day (Wednesday, June 22).
“PBUY” tallied 6.18 million equal streams (No. 1 on streaming), 34.1 million in radio attain (No. 6 on radio) and a pair of.52 million in TV attain (No. 31 on TV).
That is Asake’s third No. 1 entry on the chart in 2022 – already the one the artiste with a number of No. 1 entries this yr. That is Asake’s first solo No. 1 entry having had collaborators on all earlier chart toppers; “Omo Ope” with Olamide and “Sungba (Remix)” with Burna Boy. “PALAZZO” peaked at No. 2 on
Kizz Daniel & Tekno’s “Buga (Lo Lo Lo)” slips to No. 2 after topping the chart for six consecutive weeks.
Mavins’ “Overloading (OVERDOSE)” drops 2-3, it tops this week’s radio chart with 40.7 million in radio attain. Consequently, Ayra Starr turns into the primary feminine artiste to ship two singles to No. 1 on radio (she is the one feminine to prime the radio chart). Moreover, Ladipoe turns into the primary rapper to ship two entries to No. 1 on radio.
SPINALL & Asake’s “PALAZZO” descends 3-4 whereas Burna Boy’s “Final Final” is down one spot to No. 5 regardless of topping the TV chart for a fifth straight week (only a week behind the 6-week reign of Davido’s “FEM” on TV).
Camidoh’s “Sugarcane (Remix)” with Mayorkun, Darkoo & King Promise backtracks 5-6 whereas Omah Lay’s “Girl” falls 6-7 after peaking at No. 5 on the chart.
Rounding out this week’s prime ten; Lade’s “Maturity Anthem” rises to a brand new peak of No. 8 having tallied 2.54 million equal streams (No. 5 on streaming, down 7%) and 22.7 million in radio attain (No. 16 on radio, down 8.8%)