Drake & Future’s “Jumpman” Holds Off Tory Lanez’ “Say It” at Rhythmic Radio

Drake Future [What A Time]

The nail-biter of a rhythmic radio airplay race falls in favor of Drake & Future’s “Jumpman.”

Thanks to an approximate tracking week spin count of 5,458 (-345), “Jumpman” retains #1 on Mediabase’s rhythmic airplay chart.

Tory Lanez’ “Say It,” which received ~5,451 tracking week spins (+678), settles for #2 on this week’s listing. It was #5 last week.

Up one place, The Weeknd’s “In The Night” follows at #3 with ~5,384 weekly plays (+299). Travi$ Scott’s former #1 “Antidote” declines two places to #4 courtesy its ~4,857 weekly spins (-532), while Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” drops two spots to #5. The reigning Hot 100 champ received ~4,442 tracking week plays (-708).

Written by Brian Cantor

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