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Songs By Big Boi, The Weeknd, Bebe Rexha Debut On Rhythmic Radio Chart

Rhythmic radio’s Top 40 welcomes “All Night,” “Call Out My Name,” and “Meant To Be.”

Big Boi on Fallon | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Big Boi’s “All Night,” which moves into the Top 50 at pop radio, earns an even higher ranking at rhythmic radio this week.

The song officially enters the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase rhythmic chart.

Below last week’s chart at #42, “All Night” debuts on this one at #36. It received 571 spins during the April 8-14 tracking period, besting last week’s mark by 156 spins.

This week’s other debuts include Drake’s “Nice For What” (#14), The Weeknd’s “Call Out My Name,” and Bebe Rexha’s “Meant To Be (featuring Florida Georgia Line).”

“Call Out My Name,” which received 555 spins (+456), enters the chart at #39. It was #88 last week.

Up one place, “Meant To Be” takes #40 with 474 spins (+48).

Written by Brian Cantor

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