12 new songs from Asake appear on the Billboard US Afrobeats Chart. (Details Within)

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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With the release of his second album, “Work of Art,” Nigerian Afrofuji and hip-hop artist Ahmed Ololade, better known by his stage name Asake, has maintained his excellent form.

After dominating 2022 in an unprecedented manner, Asake continued his scorching run in 2023 with the release of his sophomore album, “Work of Art,” which debuted with 12 tracks on the Billboard US Afrobeats Chart.

Rema‘s “Calm Down” is back at No. 1 on the most recent Billboard Hot 100 (Chart week – July 1, 2023) 3 and continues to top the chart for a record-breaking 42 weeks.

As it enters its 43rd week at No. Rema’s “Calm Down” remains number one on the US Afrobeats Songs Chart.

The song “People” by Libianca is currently at No. 2, Drake-featuring J Hus’ “Who Told You” at No. 3, “Free Mind” by Tems at No. 4, and Wizkid’s “Pith” remix with Tems and Justin Bieber at No. 5.

Burna Boy‘s ‘Last’ stays at NO. 6, “Love Nwantiti” by CKay remains at

NO. 7, and Ayra Starr‘s ‘Rush’ also retains its NO. 8 spot.

Asake‘s ‘Basquiat’ debuts at NO. 9 and Fireboy‘s ‘Peru’ feat Ed Sheeran drops to NO. 10.

For debuts this week, 12 songs off Asake’s ‘Work of Art’ sophomore album debuted on the chart with ‘Sunshine’ at NO. 15, ‘Lonely’ at NO. 19, ‘Mogbe’ at NO. 21, ‘Olorun’ at NO. 22, ‘I Believe’ at NO. 25, ‘What’s Up My G’ at NO. 26, ‘Awodi’ at NO. 28, ‘Remember’ at NO. 29, ‘Introduction’ at NO. 32, ‘Great Guy’ at NO. 34, and ‘Yoga’ at NO. 42.

Other debuts include Omah Lay‘s ‘Reason’ which debuts at NO. 17 and Seyi Vibez ‘Dejavu’ which debuts at NO. 47.

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