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TurnTable Charts has announced the launch of the ‘No. 1’ award program to celebrate artistic achievements in Nigerian music.
 

 
The award, designed and made eligible for all those involved in the creation of a No.1 single in the country is based on the weekly TurnTable Nigeria Top 100 which combines all streaming platforms and airplay across the country. As such, artists (lead & featured), and producers are eligible for the award.
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Also, key functions often overlooked like engineers and studio personnel are also eligible for the No. 1 award along with record labels, A&Rs, music distributors, and managers of talents involved in the No. 1 singles will be eligible for the award too.
 
The purpose of this initiative is to celebrate success, amplify unique achievements and recognize the unsung heroes of artistic milestones – from record label executives, producers, songwriters, A&Rs, Engineers, and more.
 

 
Fireboy DML and Asake are the first recipients of the award for their respective chart-topping singles ‘Bandana’ and ‘Peace Be Unto You.’ The former, which is still the No. 1 song in the country, has spent five consecutive weeks atop the Nigeria Top 100; while the latter became the first song to reach No. 1 on the TurnTable Nigeria Top 100 – which was launched on July 11, 2022.
 
Songs Eligible for a No. 1 Award All the No. 1 songs on the aggregate charts published by TurnTable Charts are eligible for the award. TurnTable Charts has published two aggregate music charts to date; the defunct TurnTable Top 50 and the newly launched TurnTable Nigeria Top 100. The former was active from November 11, 2020, to July 4, 2022.
 
 
 
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