Fireboy DML & Asake’s ‘Bandana’ makes the biggest jump to No. 1. Ahmed Asake needs no introduction in the Nigerian music industry. Basking in the ambience of his unique musical sound, the YBNL signee, in this interview with Olamide Famuwagun, reminisces on his audacious quest to gain prominence through his music.
Chart rankings on the Nigeria Top 100 are based on weighted formula incorporating audio and video streams within Nigeria, as well as airplay on radio and satellite TV in the country. It is the first and only standard music chart in Nigeria, providing comprehensive music activity including the official No. 1 song in Nigeria.
Fireboy DML & Asake’s ‘Bandana’ makes the biggest jump to No. 1 on any chart published by TurnTable Charts – moving from No. 66 (after being available for a day last week) to No. 1 on this week’s chart.
‘Bandana’ tallied 4.47 million Nigerian streams (No. 1 on streaming) and 49.5 million in radio reach (No. 5 on radio).
Former No. 1, ‘Peace Be Unto You’ by Asake stays at No. 2 for another week – it also tops the TV chart in Nigeria for a second straight week (14.7 million in TV reach).
Burna Boy’s ‘It’s Plenty’ rises 6-3 on this week’s Top 100; it tallied 3.28 million Nigerian streams (No. 2 on streaming) and 44 million in radio reach (No. 7 on radio).
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This is Fireboy DML’s first No. 1 entry on the Nigeria Top 100 while ‘Bandana’ is Asake’s second chart topper on the biggest music chart in Nigeria. Asake also had two No. 1 songs on the defunct TurnTable Top 50; Fireboy DML’s ‘Peru’ also reached No. 1 on the chart earlier in 2022.
Last week’s No. 1 ‘For My Hand’ by Burna Boy featuring Ed Sheeran drops to No. 4.
Mavins’ ‘Overloading (OVERDOSE)’ drops 4-5 on this week’s Nigeria Top 100. The song features an ensemble cast of Ayra Starr, Crayon, Ladipoe, Boy Spyce & Magixx.