Adele’s “Hello,” Drake & Future’s “Jumpman” Enter Top 40 at Rhythmic Radio

Adele [25 Cover via Columbia Records]

In addition to scoring the #1 position at AAA radio, a Top 5 position at adult contemporary radio, a Top 10 position at hot adult contemporary radio, a Top 15 position at pop radio, and a Top 25 position at urban adult contemporary radio, Adele’s “Hello” this week rockets into the Top 40 at rhythmic radio.

Spun 937 times during the official November 1-7 tracking week (+468), “Hello” rises thirteen places to #32 on this week’s chart.

“Hello” is one of three additions to rhythmic radio’s Top 40.

Ariana Grande’s “Focus,” the highest-charting of the bunch, takes #27 on this week’s chart.

Drake & Future’s “Jumpman,” the other, rises three places to #38.

The “What A Time To Be Alive” single received 786 plays within the official tracking week (+214).

Written by Brian Cantor

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