Rihanna & Drake’s “Work” Leads Rhythmic, Urban Airplay Charts For Sixth Straight Week

Rihanna [Work Video]

Rihanna’s “Work (featuring Drake)” has now spent more than half its chart tenure atop the Mediabase rhythmic and urban airplay listings.

This marks the song’s eleventh total week on both charts — and its sixth consecutive week at #1.

Despite suffering a loss in weekly spins, “Work” easily repeats as rhythmic’s top song. It received ~6,353 spins during the April 3-9 tracking week; Jeremih’s “oui,” which improves to #2 this week (+2), markedly trails with ~4,589 weekly plays (+231).

Up two places, Belly’s “Might Not (featuring The Weeknd)” takes #3 with ~4,553 tracking week plays (+355). Chris Brown’s “Back To Sleep” slips one spot to #4 with a weekly spin count of ~4,517 (+87), while G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha’s “Me, Myself & I” (#5, -3 | ~4,277, -425) completes rhythmic’s To 5.

— “Work” also suffered a weekly loss at the urban format. It also maintains a clear advantage on the airplay chart.

The song received ~5,041 weekly spins (-375), which bests the ~4,249 received by Jeremih’s runner-up “oui” (+111).

Up one place, Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” reaches #3 courtesy its ~4,144 weekly plays (+354), while Luke Nasty’s “Might Be” slips a place to #4 with ~3,899 (+19).

Kevin Gates’ “2 Phones,” which was #7 last week, follows at #5. It garnered ~3,416 tracking week spins (+26).

Written by Brian Cantor

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