G-Eazy, Chris Brown & Tory Lanez’ “Drifting” Ranks As Rhythmic’s Most Added; Serayah Follows

G-Eazy [Bobby Bruderle | RCA Records Press]

Not simply the follow-up to his chart-topping Bebe Rexha collaboration “Me, Myself & I,” G-Eazy’s “Drifting” also features a pair of popular artists in Chris Brown and Tory Lanez.

It should come as no surprise, therefore, that the song received an impressive number of impact week adds at rhythmic radio.

Picked up by 35 Mediabase-monitored stations this week, “Drifting” easily ranks as rhythmic radio’s most added song.

Empire Cast’s “Look But Don’t Touch (featuring Serayah),” which also impacted this week, claims second place on the add board. It was added by 12 rhythmic stations.

Jason Derulo’s “If It Ain’t Love” lands in third with 8 adds, while Bebe Rexha’s “No Broken Hearts (featuring Nicki Minaj)” and The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down (featuring Daya)” follow in a tie for fourth with 7 weekly pickups.

This week’s other notable rhythmic radio options: Kanye West’s “Famous” (6 adds, 6th, tie), Rihanna’s “Needed Me” (6 adds, 6th, tie), Shade Jenifer’s “Ain’t No Problem” (6 adds, 6th, tie), Kent Jones’ “Don’t Mind” (5 adds, 9th, tie), Madeintyo’s “Uber Everywhere” (5 adds, 9th, tie), and Nick Jonas’ “Close (featuring Tove Lo)” (5 adds, 9th, tie).

Written by Brian Cantor

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