Olakira Stays at No. 1, Jamopyper makes huge debut on Top Triller Nigeria Chart
Olakira’s “In My Maserati” is a repeat leader at the top of Triller Nigeria Chart. The song and its accompanying #InMyMaseratiChallenge have become viral on Triller, helping prompt the popularity of the song on streaming services, digital stores and even radio.
The chart highlights the most popular songs on the video based app on a methodology that blends the amount of views containing a respective songs, the level of engagement with those videos and the raw total of videos uploaded featuring each song, according to Triller’s data.
Triller has become the most popular social media video app featuring user-generated videos set to music and more in Nigeria; the chart further highlights the social media platform commitment to the growth of Nigerian and African music by allowing Nigerian artistes track the popularity of their songs and reach of their music on the app through active engagements by fans.
Jamopyper’s “If No Be You” featuring Mayorkun debuts at No. 2 on the chart. The song is becoming increasingly popular across several platforms and its popularity on Triller contributes directly to this. It is Marokun’s second top 3 on the chart having peaked at No. 3 with Dj Kaywise’s “What Type of Dance” with Zlatan and Naira Marley.
Adekunle Gold’s “Pretty Girl” featuring Patoranking slides one position after debuting at No. 2 last week. Dj Tunez’s former No. 1, “PAMI” featuring Wizkid, Adekunle Gold & Omah Lay is down one spot to No. 4.
Bella Shmurda’s “Dangbana Orisa” moves 9-5 to complete this week’s top five of Top Triller Nigeria Chart.
Other debuts on this week's chart include Tiwa Savage's "Temptation" with Grammy-winning singer, Sam Smith at No. 8; Victor AD's "Prayer Request" featuring Patoranking at No. 11; Lord Sky's "I Go Comot Ya Teeth" at No. 19; "Opor Remix" which features Rexxie, Zlatan & Ladipoe at No. 20 and more.
The chart is planned as weekly installments, with subsequent charts released on Sundays. Here is the top ten of chart dated September 6.
Check the full chart here