Meghan Trainor's blockbuster "All About That Bass" enters the Top 40 on another radio format.

Another radio format is quickly revealing itself to be “All About That Bass.”

Meghan Trainor’s breakthrough hit, which reached a new peak of #2 on the Hot 100 this week, enters the Top 40 on the latest edition of Mediabase’s rhythmic radio airplay chart.

Up eleven places on the strength of the format’s 9th-best spin gain, “Bass” reaches a new peak of #38. It received a total of 649 spins and 2.82 million audience impressions during the August 17-23 tracking period.

An undeniable blockbuster, “All About That Bass” is currently #11 at pop radio and #15 at hot adult contemporary radio. It is also a dominant performer on the sales and streaming charts.

Rich Gang’s “Lifestyle (featuring Young Thug)” (#36), Trey Songz’ “Touchin, Lovin (featuring Nicki Minaj)” (#37), John Legend’s “You & (Nobody in The World)” (#39) and Maroon 5’s “Maps” (#40) also enter the rhythmic Top 40 this week.

Other notables on the chart:

— Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em (featuring YG),” which is still rapidly gaining spins, holds onto the #1 position.

— Nico and Vinz’ “Am I Wrong” reaches a new peak of #2. Tinashe’s “2 On (featuring ScHoolboy Q)” (#3), Kid Ink’s “Main Chick (featuring Chris Brown)” (#4) and Disclosure’s “Latch (featuring Sam Smith)” (#5) also appear in the Top 5.

— Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” the week’s greatest spin gainer, surges six places to a new peak of #14.

— Lil Jon’s “Bend Ova (featuring Tyga)” (#17), Drake’s “0 To 100/The Catch Up” (#18) and Jessie J + Ariana Grande + Nicki Minaj’s “Bang Bang” (#19) all surge into the Top 20 this week.

— Steve Aoki, Chris Lake and Tujamo’s “Delirious (Boneless featuring Kid Ink)” jumps five spots to a new high of #22.

— Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” also joins the Top 25 at #24.

— Usher’s “She Came to Give it To You (featuring Nicki Minaj)” climbs five places to #27.

— Migos’ “Fight Night” and Iamsu!’s “Only That Real (featuring 2 Chainz)” also enter the top 30 at #29 and #30, respectively.

— Top movers beneath the Top 40 include Jasmine V’s “That’s Me Right There” (#42, +190 spins) and Pitbull’s #43 “Fireball (featuring John Ryan)” (#43, +170 spins)