Pia Mia’s “Do It Again” Jumps to #21 at Rhythmic Radio; Sage the Gemini, Chedda Also Top 25

Pia Mia | Do it Again

iHeartRadio’s latest “On the Verge” song is on the verge of reaching the Top 20 at rhythmic radio.

Pia Mia’s “Do It Again (featuring Chris Brown and Tyga),” that song, climbs to #21 on this week’s Mediabase rhythmic airplay chart. Up six places from last week’s position, “Do It Again” received 1,328 plays during the May 31-June 6 tracking week.

While “Do It Again” has thus far only been officially launched (and supported by “On the Verge”) at rhythmic radio, it has received early support from some pop stations. San Francisco’s 99-7 NOW and WiLD 94.9, for instance, played the song 33 and 28 times, respectively, during the most recent tracking week.

Situated just outside the Top 200 on iTunes, “Do It Again” is Pia Mia’s first radio single as an Interscope Records artist.

— “Do It Again” is not the week’s only addition to the rhythmic radio Top 25. Also new to that portion of the chart are Sage the Gemini’s “Good Thing (featuring Nick Jonas)” and Chedda Da Connect’s “Flicka Da Wrist.”

Spun 1,296 times during the most recent tracking week, “Good Thing” rises eight places to a new high of #23. “Flicka” reaches #25 on the strength of its 1,125 weekly plays. It was #28 last week.

— Landing just outside the Top 25 is Silento’s “Watch Me.” The song, which rises nine places to a new high of #26, received 1,008 weekly spins.

Written by Brian Cantor

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