Audio streaming and service provider, Spotify, has released its weekly charts and Nigeria’s Rema with Ghana’s Black Sherif are topping the charts.
Spotify took to its website to share top artists, songs, and others from weekly charts on Nigeria’s Music. Here’s what this week’s Spotify Charts have to say about Nigeria’s music scene.
This past week, Rema maintained his spot as the longest-reigning artist on the Top Artists chart at eight weeks straight. The biggest winner on the Top Artistes this week is Rexxie, while Dreamville claims the spot of the highest new entry on the Top Artists at #141, moving up by 37 spots.
On the Top Songs chart this week, Kwaku the Traveller by Black Sherif is the highest new entry at #1.
BNXN aka Buju’s Finesse has the most spots on Top Songs at #2.
Omo Ope (feat. Olamide) by Asake remains on the Top Songs for an impressive eight weeks and Dada by Young Jonn claims the biggest winner spot at #107.
D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape by Dreamville and J. Cole ranks as the highest new entry on Top Albums at #19.
WizKid’s Made in Lagos Deluxe Edition has been on Top Albums chart the longest at a total of eight weeks, while Fine Line by Harry Styles is the biggest winner, moving up by 51 spots at #139. Drake continues to claim the most spots on Nigerian charts with Certified Lover Boy at #16.
Below is a breakdown of some of Nigeria’s most popular tracks, albums and artists:
Top 5 artists in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week
BNXN aka Buju
Top 5 songs in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week
Kwaku the Traveller by Black Sherif
Finesse by Pheels, Buju
Omo Ope (feat. Olamide) by Asake, Olamide
Sungba by Asake
Calm Down by Rema
Top 5 albums in Nigeria on Spotify Charts this week
Rave and Rose by Rema
Made in Lagos Deluxe Edition by WizKid
Barnabas by Kiss Daniel
Made in Lagos by WizKid
Catch Me If You Can by Adekunle Gold