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Music is something that all of us look for as an escape, way to enjoy, or seek peace. People in Nigeria have gone through a lot, and still they are facing hardships. Music is one of their getaway. The people of Nigeria love to dance and sing on upbeat songs so most of the songs on the chart would be upbeat and loud.

Here we have the list of Top 10 Nigerian Songs of the week, so have a look and enjoy.


It is counted as 6.29 million equivalent streams (No. 1 on streaming, down 32%) and 42.9 million in the radio chart (No. 5 on radio, up 20.8%). Following its record-breaking debut week last week, “Finesse” keeps holding at No. 1 on the total Top 50 in Nigeria.

Baddest Boy

Skiibii’s “Baddest Boy” with Davido is consistent at No. 2 after burning through five weeks on the chart – it is the longest No. 1 of 2022 up until this point.


Omo Ope

Asake’s previous No. 1-“Omo Ope” with Olamide holds at No. 3 for one more week on the Top 50.



Omah Lay and Justin Beiber’s “Attention” is consistent at No. 4 with 53.2 million on the radio chart (No. 2 on radio, up 12%), 8.61 million in TV reach (debuts at No. 8 on TV), and 1.46 million identical streams (No. 10 on radio, down 46%).


Calm Down

Rema’s “Calm Down” finishes the current week’s best 5. It keeps on driving the radio chart, counting 64.5 million radio reach in the most recent following week (up 4% from the week before).


Don’t Call Me

Lil Kesh’s “Don’t Call Me” with Zinoleesky is at No. 6 after cresting at No. 3 on the chart – it stays the only track to have remained in the best 10 through 2022.



BNXN’s “Italy” with Blaq Diamond ascends to another pinnacle of No. 7; it counted 43.9 million in the radio chart (No. 4 on radio, up 9.8%) and 1.13 million identical streams (No. 19 on streaming, up 11%).



Asa’s “IDG” with Wizkid moves to another high of No. 8, bouncing seven puts on the current week’s chart.

“IDG” counted 41.6 million in radio come to (No. 7 on radio) and 920,000 comparable streams (No. 22 on streaming).



Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran’s “Peru” gets back to the top ten at No. 9 after driving the chart for quite some time. The song is quite famous among the people and known to be the best party song to play.


Sometimes (Remix)

TI Blaze’s “Sometimes (Remix)” with Olamide slides 7-10. The artist was out of the charts for a long time, but now he is back in the business to give his listener masterpieces to groove on. Sometimes (Remix) is one of the artworks that people of Nigeria love to listen to and dance on.


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