Drake & Future’s “Jumpman,” Adele’s “Hello” Enter Rhythmic’s Top 20

Drake Future [What A Time]

“Jumpman,” which is the most popular single from Drake & Future’s “What A Time To Be Alive,” is now one of the twenty most-played songs at rhythmic radio.

Up five places, “Jumpman” takes #20 on this week’s edition of the Mediabase rhythmic airplay chart. The song received ~1,790 plays during the official November 15-21 tracking week (+564).

Adele’s “Hello” also vaults into the Top 20. The song, which is #1 at Triple A, AC, Hot AC, and Pop and also inside the Top 20 at urban adult contemporary, rises six places to #20 on this week’s rhythmic chart. It received ~1,656 tracking week spins (+451).

Editor’s Note: In accordance with changes to its panel of stations, Mediabase retroactively adjusted last week’s chart positions. When last week’s chart went to print, “Hello” was #23. “Jumpman” was #27.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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