Beyonce Passes Nicki Minaj for most top 10 Hits by way of a lady on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Chart Skip to main content

Beyonce Passes Nicki Minaj for most top 10 Hits by way of a lady on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Chart

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DJ Khaled's "exact Off," that includes JAY-Z, Future, and Beyoncé (who's credited as "B" on the tune) jumps into the suitable 10 of Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart (dated April 7) with a 13-9 soar, sparked by using its 14 p.c raise in performs in the week ending April 1, in response to Nielsen track.
as the tune clears the hurdle, Beyoncé banks her 30th right 10 and passes Nicki Minaj for essentially the most true 10s amongst girls given that the chart began in 1993. Beyoncé first hit the good 10 as featured on then-boyfriend JAY-Z's "'03 Bonnie in Clyde," which peaked at No. three in 2002. among the many superstar's 30 true hits, 12 have climbed all of the technique to No. 1 – a further record among women.
Beyonce's 30 excellent 10 hits areas her seventh on the all-time checklist. Drake leads the count number, with 56, adopted by means of Lil Wayne (54), Chris Brown (48), JAY-Z (35), Usher (32) and T.I. (31).
With the collaboration, DJ Khaled secures his 14th precise 10 hit on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, whereas Future clocks his 24th.
In other "exact Off" news, the tune continues to scale the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (16-eleven with a 16 percent surge in performs) and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay (up 18-15 with 12 million in viewers, up 9 percent).
SZA 'Clocks' properly 10: under "true Off," SZA rankings her fourth correct 10 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop as "damaged Clocks" chimes 11-10. The tune notches a 2 percent gain in plays for the week ending April 1.
peculiarly, "Clocks" rings up SZA's third desirable 10 from her debut album, Ctrl, following "Love Galore,' featuring Travis Scott and "The Weekend," which each peaked at No. four this yr.

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