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Normani & Cardi B’s ‘Wild Side’ Hits Two Major Milestones On The Radio Charts – Billboard

Normandy achieved her first #1 on Billboards‘S Mainstream R&B / Hip-Hop Airplay the histogram is “Wild Side”, highlight Cardi. on the US R&B/hip- centered supervised. hop radio, according to MRC Data. (Last week’s #1, Drake’s “Girls Want Girls,” starring Lil Baby, fell to #2 with a 7% drop in plays.)

Notably, “Wild Side” completed its slow but steady ride to No. 1 for its 22nd week on the chart, marking its fifth longest run to the top spot since the chart began. in 1992. Here are the songs with the most weeks at #1:

Week to #1, Song Name, Artist, Date #1
25, “Before You Walk Out My Life”, Monica, January 13, 1996
24, “Planez”, Jeremih with J. Cole, September 12, 2015
23, “Location,” Khalid, May 13, 2017
23, “Crew”, GoldLink featuring Brent Faiyaz & Shy Glizzy, November 18, 2017
22, “Oui,” Jeremih, May 14, 2016
22, “Wild Side”, Normani performing Cardi B, January 1, 2022

Although “Wild Side” was Normani’s first champion on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, it earned her the number 1 spot on the radio chart for the third time of her solo career, following two previous successes in the pop field. “Love Lies”, her debut with Khalid, top Pop Airplay chart for two weeks in 2018, while “Dancing With a Stranger”, a collaboration with Sam Smith, leader Play Adult Pop Music list for a week next year.

For Cardi B, “Wild Side” is the rapper’s ninth #1 song on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. As the new champion joins the charts, here’s a rundown of Cardi B’s chart-toppers on the radio chart:

Song Name, Artist (if not Cardi B), Week at #1, Day at #1
“Bodak Yellow (Money Moves),” issue nine, September 16, 2017
“Unlimited,” G-Eazy Has A$AP Rocky & Cardi B, year, December 9, 2017
“I Like It” with Bad Bunny & J Balvin, one, July 28, 2018
“Ring” featuring Kehlani, one, November 17, 2018
“Money”, February 5, 2019
“Backin’ It Up,” Pardison Fontaine with Cardi B, one, March 9, 2019
“Please Me” with Bruno Mars, Friday, April 13, 2019
“Up”, March 27, 2021
“Wild Side” Normani combined with Cardi B, one (to date), January 1, 2022

Along with the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay cruise, “Wild Side” also achieved a lasting mark on music. Airplay rhythm, where it ended the second longest wait to top the 10 chart. The single rose 11-10 in its 23rd week, after just 25 weeks of the wait. Los Del Rio“Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)” has entered the Rhythmic Airplay top 10 since the list began in 1993, although the latter required two separate charts before appearing in the top 10.

Among female artists, “Wild Side” far surpasses the previous record holder Christina Milian“Dip It Low”, took 21 weeks to reach the top 10 in 2004.

The wait for “Wild Side” matches the song’s second breeze on Rhythmic Airplay. The song debuted on the radio chart on July 31 and climbed to number 20 in mid-September before falling to number 33 on the chart 40 positions. Along with new acceptance by R&B/hip-hop audiences and increased promotion, “Wild Side” rose on rhythm radio to new levels of success.

Elsewhere, “Wild Side” bounces back 5-4 on R&B / Hip-Hop Airplay despite a 1% drop to 15.3 million audiences for the week ending December 26. The song previously peaked at number 3 best along with a weekly audience peak of 18.7 million. for the week ending November 4.

https://www.billboard.com/pro/normani-cardi-b-wild-side-number-1-mainstream-rb-hip-hop-airplay-chart/ Normani & Cardi B’s ‘Wild Side’ Hits Two Major Milestones On The Radio Charts – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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