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Ayra Starr unseats Tiwa Savage and becomes the first female Musician to have 11 entries on the Turntable Charts.

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Ayra Starr overtakes Tiwa Savage (10) as the female artist with the most entries among female artists by recording 11 entries on aggregate charts.
4.15 million streams (No. 1 on streaming), 62.7 million radio listeners (No. 1 on radio, third week at No. 1), and 10.2 million television viewers were reached by “Xtra Cool” (No. 6 on TV).
It holds the top spot on the Nigeria Top 100 for a second straight week, recording its best week ever across all platforms this week.

The remaining top four positions stay the same:
After spending three weeks at the top of the Top 100, Kizz Daniel and EMPIRE’s “Cough (ODO)” is at No. 2, Tiwa Savage and Asake’s “Loaded” is stable at No. 3, and Ayra Starr’s prior 3-week No. 1 song, “Rush,” is still at No. 4.
With 2.63 million streams (No. 4 on streaming), 29.4 million radio listeners (No. 15 on radio), and 1.72 million TV viewers, Wizkid and Ayra Starr’s “2 Sugar” appears at No. 5.

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Ayra Starr earns her sixth top 10 entry with “2 Sugar,” which is Wizkid’s milestone tenth top 10 entry in Nigeria (she also gets her seventh but more on that later in the rundown).

After reaching its high at No. 2 on the Top 100, Asake’s “Joha” drops 5-6.
Mavin’s “Won Da Mo” enters the top ten at No. 7, rising 47 spots from the previous week. Every artist signed to Mavin now has at least one song that has reached the top 10 in Nigeria thanks to the song, which includes everyone on the label’s roster. (Bayanni is the only artist to use “Won Da Mo” enter the top ten.)

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This is Mavin’s second top 10 entry as a billed artist, following “Overloading (Overdose),” which peaked at No. 2.
Ayra Starr also makes history by recording three entries in this week’s top ten, making her the first female artist to do so. She is one of just eight artists—along with Asake, Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Olamide, and Omah Lay—to have at least three top ten entries in a single week.

She also increases to seven the number of top ten appearances by a female musician in Nigeria.

The More Love, Less Ego album’s release has allowed Wizkid’s “Money & Love” to remain at No. 8.
On this week’s Top 100, “Chance (Na Ham)” by Seyi Vibez rises 16-9. Seyi Vibez’s “Chance (Na Ham)” joins “Billion Dollar,” which debuted and peaked at No. 10 earlier in 2022, as his second top ten single from Billion Dollar Baby.

It is Seyi Vibez’s first top 20 radio entry, and “Chance” racked up 2.11 million streams (No. 8 on streaming) and 29.5 million radio listeners (No. 15 on radio).
“Philo” retreats 6–10 by Bella Shmurda & Omah Lay.

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This week’s Top 100 includes every song from Wizkid’s More Love, Less Ego album as a result he becomes the first artist with multiple albums in Nigeria to send every track to an aggregate chart

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Ruger’s “Asiwaju” and “Red Flags,” which were only available for two days during the tracking week, make their Top 100 debuts at Nos. 70 and 89, respectively.