Beyonce climbs to number 1 Board“Break My Soul” in the lead with “Break My Soul” leading the R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart for the first time since 2015, which charted on August 6. The single advances from No. 2 to 22.3 million in the week ending July 31, according to Luminate, after a 10% increase in viewership. Its raw audience gain – of 2 million – also secures the song the Weekly Greatest Gainer honor.
“Soul” is Beyoncé’s lead single. Renaissance The album, which was released on Friday (29 July). The set is expected to coincide with one of the biggest weeks of 2022, and lead the way for next week’s No. 1 rank on the Billboard 200.
With her new winner, Beyoncé has secured her first R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay No. 1, as her featured turn on Megan Thi Stallion’s “Savage” completed the three-week rule in 2020. The superstar collected her ninth solo career No. 1 (aside from her work in Destiny’s Child), breaking her tie with Alicia Keys to become the highest-ranked No. 1 woman on the list.
Here’s a rundown of Queen Bey’s chart-topping collection on R&B/Hip-Hop airplay:
- “Crazy in Love,” featuring Jay-Z, charted for four weeks at No. 1, starting July 19, 2003
- “Baby Boy,” featuring Sean Paul, Five, September 27, 2003
- “Irreplaceable,” Nine, December 2, 2006
- “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),,” November 12, 29, 2008
- “Love on Top,” Seven, March 10, 2012
- “Drunk in Love,” Featuring Jay-Z, Eight, February 1, 2014
- “7/11,” Five, February 14, 2015
- “savage,” Megan The Stallion Featuring Beyoncéthree, May 30, 2020
- “Break My Soul,” One (Today), August 6, 2022
And, as she climbs up the leaderboards, here are the current standings for the most No. 1 artists on the chart since its launch in 1993:
- 28, drake
- 15, usher
- 12, Lil Wayne
- 9, Beyoncé
- 9, Chris Brown
- 8, Alicia Keys
- 8, Jay-Z
- 8, R. Kelly
Beyond its R&B/hip-hop coronation, “Soul” is joining several other radio formats. The next track seeks to conquer the Adult R&B airplay list, where it leads 4-3 after a 12% increase in plays in the week ending July 31. Rhythmic Airplay also features another top-five show, with “Soul” going 6-5. After a 14% increase in plays. On the pop side, the tune takes steps 13–12 on pop airplay (up 9% in plays) and steps 19–18 on adult pop airplay (up 18%).
Resonance in several radio formats promotes the number 4 repeat of the song on the All-Genre Radio Songs chart. Despite the situation remaining unchanged, Soul viewership grew 10% to 56.5 million for the week ending July 29.
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Reference from www.billboard.com