Sounds.ng Top 40: M.I’s ‘Black Bill Gates’ is out, Olamide’s ‘Who u epp’ is in

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This week on the charts, new movements have shaken things up a bit and we’re glad to have the excitement back.

New entries speak volumes as Olamide’s Who U Epp freestyle steps in at the 6th spot, gathering momentum from its serial covers and remixes that have been released ever since the original dropped. 2Sec’s Follow Me is also back on the charts after a premature exit with a new 25th position debut.

Dammy Krane also borrows some of Olamide’s Who U Epp spotlight to land his latest single, Solo a 36th spot debut. Adekunle Gold is also back on the charts with Ready at the 39th spot after Pick Up dominated the charts for almost five weeks earlier this year. Pryse closes the charts this week at the 40th spot with Real Friends, another single from her weekly Pryseless freestyles.

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Exiting the charts this week are all the long overdue hits that entered the charts earlier this year and gained traction, stay, and movement on the charts.

The highest fall out of the chart is Tiwa Savage’s Standing ovation featuring Olamide, dropping out of the chart from a 4th spot. Humblesmith and Davido’s Osinachi remix follows closely falling from its 6th spot while Korede Bello and Tiwa Savage’s preppy duet, Romantic also slips from the 10th position and out of the charts.

DJ Jimmy Jatt’s Turn Up also bids the charts goodbye, easing out from the 19 position. M.I’s Black Bill Gates featuring Kaligraphy Jones, drops from a 30th spot out of the charts and DJ Neptune’s Cool Off follows closely falling off from a 36th position.

Our Top Ten this week has been ruffled by all the major exits and for the first time this year, we have 7 new entries in the top 10.

See our top 10 below and click here to see the full charts.

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