Chuck Berry reportedly has passed on.
Rihanna makes her debut this week on the international chart with 'Love on the Brain.'
Banky W is celebrating the gift of life following the fire incident that razed his home.
Zani Challe, Kagwe Mungai and Lil Win all get the boot.
Chocolate City's Koker makes his debut at no. 4 with Bokiniyen.
Sarz and DJ Tunes' 'Get Up' is replaced by Davido's hitbanger 'If' at no.1 this week.
The Chainsmokers are taking over the international chart this week with not just one but three songs!
Eazi who clinched the coveted Headies 2016 Next Rated Award has already pointed us in the direction of his trajectory: from Accra to Lagos, from singles to mixtape.
‘We are Extremely Excited!’-RCA Records/Sony Music Officially Welcomes Wizkid, Singer Drops New Video
Finally, Wizkid has been officially welcomed into the RCA Records/Sony Music family.
Chainsmokers and Ed Sheeran debut this week, even as Sheeran retains the coveted number 1 spot for the 3rd consecutive week with “Shape of You”,
Eric Arubayi's "The Sound” is a soulful rendition of God’s faithfulness and ever enduring love. The chords in the background very much like the singer are soft and classical
With all of the movements on the table this week, Zani Challe ft. Patoranking managed to retain the number 10 place for the second week running with 'Single Tonight'.
On ‘Just for Mary’, he is sublime and sets the record for the best bedroom ballad recorded by a Nigerian, but elsewhere, you may want to ...
Get Up by Sarz claims the coveted number 1 spot to end the reign of Runtown’s Mad Over You for 3 straight weeks.
Kproxy’s Charlie Awfar, Harry Brimstone’s Roll Dat and IDA’s Concrete which occupied the number 10, 9 and 8 spots last week were completely knocked off the chart.
Rae Sremmurd ft Gucci Mane's Black Beatles, kicked to the bottom of the chart two weeks ago, gets the boot.
Olamide aka Baddosneh released his 6th studio album months back and has been topping charts.
The Chief is a genre defying statement for modern music and culture at large that reflects both Jidenna’s life and ideology.