Burna Boy, Davido, Asake lead Nigeria’s Spotify Charts | Dailytrust

Burna Boy, Davido, Asake lead Nigeria’s Spotify Charts

Here’s what this week’s Spotify chart has to say about Nigeria’s music scene.

  • Top Artists

On Top Artists charts this week, 1da Banton claims the biggest climber spot, moving 55 positions to #74. Niniola has the slot of the highest new entry at #178, while Burna Boy retained his ranking as the longest artist, with a 17-week run.

 

  • Top Songs

Last Last by Burna Boy has the most spots in Nigeria at #2. I Like You (A Happier Song)( with Doja Cat) by Post Malone and Doja Cat is the highest new entry on Top Songs at #36. Montego Bay by Naira Marley climbed an impressive 125 places to #54 to claim the biggest winner position, while Omo Ope (feat. Olamide) by Asake remained on the Top Songs charts for 17 weeks straight.

  • Top Albums

Twelve Carat Toothache by Post Malone ranked as the highest new entry this week on Top Albums at #1. Stoney (Deluxe) by Post Malone is the biggest winner, moving up by 40 slots to #82. WizKid’s Made in Lagos Deluxe Edition claims the most spots at #4 and has been on the Top Albums chart the longest with a 17-week streak.

Below is a breakdown of some of Nigeria’s most popular tracks, albums and artists this week:

Top 5 artists in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week

  • Burna Boy
  • Post Malone
  • Davido
  • Asake
  • Kizz Daniel

Top 5 tracks in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week

  • PALAZZO by SPINALL & Asake
  • Last Last by Burna Boy
  • Overloading (OVERDOSE) by Mavins, Crayon, Ayra Starr, LADIPOE, Magixx, Boy Spyce
  • Buga (Lo Lo Lo) by Kizz Danie & Teknol
  • Loving You by Zinoleesky

Top 5 albums in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week

  • Twelve Carat Toothache by Post Malone
  • Rave and Rose by Rema
  • Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar
    Made in Lagos Deluxe Edition by WizKid
    I NEVER LIKED YOU by Future

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