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Rihanna & Drake’s “Work” Also Leads Rhythmic, Urban Radio Add Boards

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Def Jam launched Rihanna’s “Work (featuring Drake)” at three key radio formats, and all three responded.

In addition to claiming the most added honor at pop radio, “Work” lands atop the rhythmic and urban add boards.

“Work” scored adds from a whopping 69 Mediabase-monitored rhythmic stations. The support level more than quadruples that of Post Malone’s “Too Young,” the next-most added song, which landed at 16 this week.

“Work” concurrently received 54 adds at the urban format. Post Malone’s “Too Young,” which also takes the runner-up spot at urban, landed at 28.

Top 10 of this week’s Mediabase rhythmic add board
1) Rihanna – Work ft. Drake – 69 adds
2) Post Malone – Too Young – 16
3) ZAYN – PILLOWTALK – 13
4) Alessia Cara – Wild Things – 12
5) DJ Luke Nastyy – Might Be – 9
5) DJ Snake – Middle ft. Bipolar Sunshine – 9
5) Selena Gomez – Hands To Myself – 9
8) DJ Mustard – Whole Lotta Lovin’ ft. Travi$ Scott – 7
8) Mike Posner – I Took A Pill In Ibiza – 7
10) Yo Gotti – Down In The DM – 6

Top 10 of this week’s Mediabase urban add board
1) Rihanna – Work ft. Drake – 54 adds
2) Post Malone – Too Young – 28
3) K. Michelle – Not A Little Bit – 27
4) J. Cole – Love Yourz – 26
5) Kid Ink – Promise ft. Fetty Wap – 25
6) Dreezy – Body ft. Jeremih – 19
7) Bryson Tiller – Exchange – 10
8) Kevin Gates – 2 Phones – 8
9) Ty Dolla $ign – Saved ft. E-40 – 6
10) DJ Luke Nastyy – Might Be – 5

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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