With âDoorâ posting a 16th term in the top spot, here’s a look at the songs with the most weeks at # 1 on R & B / Hip-Hop Airplay since the charts began in 1992:
Weeks at # 1, song title, artist, date of reaching # 1
29, “Go Crazy”, Chris Brown & Young Thug, August 22, 2020
27, “No Guidance”, Chris Brown with Drake, August 24, 2019
23, âOrnezâ, Miguel, September 22, 2012
16, “Boo’d Up”, Ella Mai, June 23, 2018
16, “Leave the Door Open”, Silk Sonic, April 24, 2021
15, âBe Without You,â Mary J. Blige, January 7, 2006
15, âHotline Blingâ, Drake, October 24, 2015
In other Silk Sonic news, the duo released their long-awaited second single, âSkate,â on July 30. The track got off to a quick start on radio, reaching 6.9 million audiences in just three days to cause a number 23. debut on R & B / Hip-Hop Airplay. The entry is the highest of any title since Drake’s âToosie Slideâ ran at No.22 in April 2020.
Adult R&B radio stations have clearly given the song their stamp of approval, as “Skate” begins at No.18 on the Airplay R&B Adult Chart. Mainstream-based stations aren’t far behind, with “Skate” hovering just below the 40-position limit on the mainstream R & B / Hip-Hop mailing list.
The full impact of “Skate” and its first week results – including sales and streams – and its top positions on the Billboard Hot 100, Hot R & B / Hip-Hop Songs and similar charts will be available on Tuesday (August 10). ).