As people always say, “No condition is permanent” and that is why there have been a few changes in the positions of the songs that were on our very first maiden edition of Top 10 Naija countdown and it is important to us that our listeners stay woke, that is why we’re bringing you woke lots up to date on our new Top 10 Naija countdown.
The show was hosted by Kayballz, who recently got back from an action-filled valentine weekend.
On the number 10 spot is Kizz Daniel’s Jaho, this track took a step down from its position on the last Top 10 countdown.
“Risky” by the OBO himself and Popcaan also moved a step down to retain the number 9 spot on the new countdown list. Risky stuff.
Perruzi’s GUNSHOT makes it to the new countdown list by displacing “Risky” and “Jaho” to the 9th and 10th positions respectively and keeping the 8th spot for itself.
It would seem that “Sweet In The Middle” is not as sweet in the middle as it used to be, this song left its former 4th position to the chill at the 7th spot on this new top 10 countdown.
“Jore” by Kizz Daniel featuring Adekunle Gold also moves to a position just below its former position on the last countdown.
Olamide’s new jam titled “Wonma” is one of the most played songs in the country since its release due to its lyrical content and comical style. “Wonma” makes the 5th spot on the countdown.
“Mad” by Sarz featuring Wurld moves to the 4th position on the Top 10 Naija countdown.
We had a new song take the number 3 spot; Wande Coal makes 3rd on the list of songs on our countdown with his new jam titled “Again”.
Mia Hamm once said, “It is more difficult to stay at the top than to get there”, “GENG” by Mayorkun could not withstand the “Vibration” from the song that was just below it in our last countdown and it, therefore, got displaced from the top spot.
The song in the top spot would not come as a surprise, it is obvious that Fireboy gave all his fire to that song and that is why it’s still burning and we all can’t stop vibrating to the song.