Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’ Debuts On UK Official Singles Chart

Sabi girl no dey too like talk and she’s doing her thing on the charts. The Nigerian songstress and Mavin Star has continued to garner worldwide attention following her recent music endeavors as well as her collaboration on Wiz’s ” 2 sugar”.

The Star is currently on the UK Afrobeats chart and alongside other Nigerian afrobeat entertainers, doing the nation’s entertainment industry proud with their reach and rankings on the chart.

Ayra Starr is on the chart with her “Rush” single that has been breaking records and winning hearts. Rush, which is Ayra Starr’s first solo entry on the list, makes its chart debut at No. 92.

Also on the chart and With his famous song Calm Down reaching a new high on the UK Official Singles Chart, Nigerian musician Rema has continued to dazzle on the charts.

Chart week from January 27 to February 2, 2023 Rema and Selena Gomez’s song “Calm Down” sets a new top in the most recent edition of the UK Official Singles Chart, climbing two spots to the sixth spot from the eighth position the previous week.

The chart run of Libianca’s “People” now spans 4 weeks as it climbs 9 spots to a new peak of NO. 18 this week.

As it enters its 19th week on the chart, Oxlade’s “Kulosa” drops 8 spots from No. 74 to No. 82.

Burna Boy’s “Alone” drops 7 spots to No. 93, while “Last Last,” which is in its 34th week on the chart, drops 10 spots to No. 95.

The top 5 songs on the UK Afrobeats Chart (29 January 2023–4 February 2023) stay the same, with Libianca’s “People” holding onto the top spot.

No. 2 on the chart is still Burna Boy’s “Alone,” No. 3 is Ruger’s “Asiwaju,” No. 4 is Wizkid’s “2 Sugar” with Ayra Starr, and No. 5 is Asake’s “Organize.”

Peace Be Unto You by Asake climbs to No. 6, Bad To Me by Wizkid drops to No. 7, and Won Da Mo by Mavin remains at No. 10.

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