Top40: Eva Alordiah returns with ‘Kanayo’ as Wizkid makes a ‘Baba Nla’ exit

The events of the last week have put our charts in a tumultuous place and nearly every spot placement is being shaken to its roots. In the same vein, we are witnessing the return of some of this year’s earliest promising hits to the charts for varying reasons.

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Thanks to Davido’s back to back concerts in the U.S last month, Davido and Olamide’s The Money is back in at a shocking 13th spot peak. Di’Ja’s Take Kiss also makes a 17th spot chart debut. 2face was in the news over the weekend for re-uniting with his former Plantashun Boys band mates, so its only expected that his debut single of the year Officially Blind lands an 18th spot.

Other re-entries include YBNL signee, Viktoh’s Skibi Dat, OlaDips’ debut major label single Bounce and Eva Alordiah’s Kanayo thanks to her threatened retirement.

Leaving the charts this week are a mix of both recent entries like 2Sec’s Follow Me and long-running chart toppers like Wizkid’ Baba Nla.

Olamide’s Don’t Stop, M.I’s Everything I have Seen, Korrede Bello’s Mungo Park and Masterkraft’s Finally are amongst such chart toppers exiting the charts.


Our top ten this week still holds D’banj’s Emergency on the top spot. Reekado Banks stays at the second spot with Oluwa Ni while 2baba’s Coded Thinz moves one place up to maintain the third spot. Tiwa Savage is pushing up the charts once again with Standing Ovation climbing four places from the eighth spot. YCEE’s Omo Alhaji makes a similar soft jump into the top ten this week from two places below to land a 9th spot.

This is what our top ten looks like now. Click here to see the full top 4o list.



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