Flo Rida’s “My House” Officially Takes #1 at Pop Radio; Rihanna’s “Work” Top 10

“My House” is officially Flo Rida’s first pop radio #1 since “Whistle.”

Spun ~18,033 times during the March 6-12 tracking week (+1,379), “My House” enjoys a two-place climb to the top of the Mediabase pop radio airplay chart. It seizes the throne from twenty one pilots’ “Stressed Out,” which slips to #2 with ~17,871 weekly spins (-1,128).

The aforementioned “Whistle” hit #1 in conjunction with the September 9-15, 2012 tracking week.

Down one place, Justin Bieber’s former #1 “Love Yourself” takes third on this week’s pop chart. It received ~17,123 weekly plays (-919). Selena Gomez’ “Hands To Myself” rises one spot to #4 with ~14,125 plays (+1,071), while The Chainsmokers’ “Roses (featuring ROZES)” dips one spot to #5 with a weekly spin total of ~13,706 (-897).

While it obviously features some positional shifts, this week’s Top 5 does not feature any new additions. The Top 10 does.

Up two places, Rihanna’s “Work (featuring Drake)” takes #9 on the official chart. The song, which is currently #1 at the rhythmic and urban radio formats, received ~10,254 weekly pop spins (+1,247).

Written by Brian Cantor

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