Nigerian musicians are enjoying a great week on the world’s digital song sales charts. Several artists in the country have recorded new hits, and two dominate the roost. Wizkid and Tems’ Essence again took charge of the buy-only list and helped dominate by including Justin Bieber, who jumped into the remix a few weeks ago. Below the 25-lang tally, names such as Burna Boy and Joe Boy also appear in the rankings, but only a handful of Korean artists have made the highest start this time around.
Here are four notable tracks on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart:
South Korea’s brand new boy group E’Last debuted in their home country last summer, and since then they have been striving to become the next breakout star.Recently, the band reached the top 10 of the homemade album chart with a single album Dark dream, The peak was 8th. Currently, the project title track will make its debut on the world’s digital song sales charts as it opens in 4th place. E’Last records the highest debut in this week’s tally.
No.7-Stray Kids- “Scars”
Stray Kids hasn’t been off the World Digital Songs Sales chart for a very long time and is often in the top 10 of the tally when they have new tracks to share with their fans. Now they are back with “scars”. It arrives at number 7, the second highest start of the week. This song is a milestone for a Korean boy band and is the 15th most hit top 10 in the ranking.
Less than a year after releasing their debut single, Aespa has consistently sent new songs to the World Digital Songs Sales charts. And now they’re back again with the title track of their first project. Savage.. The lead promotion cut from the set starts at number 14 and the girl group returns to the fourth list. “Savage” may be the lowest chart song ever, but it’s still big for the band this week as the EP of the same name sneaks into the world album roster slightly and starts at number 15 on the 15-spot roster. It’s a week.
No.15-Hikaru Utada-“Simple and clean”
Released in 2003, Hikaru Utada’s “Simple and Clean” turned out to be one of the toughest hits in their career. Japanese-American musician Smash returned to No. 15 on the global digital song sales chart this week. The song once climbed to 3rd place and won 7 frames somewhere for nearly 20 years. list.