Beyonce’s “Hold Up” Earns #53 at Rhythmic Radio; “6 Inch” Top 70, “Freedom” Top 80

Beyonce's Lemonade [Official Cover Art]

In earning the Mediabase rhythmic panel’s #42 position, “Sorry” is the highest ranking new track from Beyonce’s “Lemonade” (the previously released “Formation” still leads the way among all tracks at #36).

It was not, however, the only new “Lemonade” track to command a substantial level of airplay during the April 24-30 tracking week.

Spun 212 times during that window, “Hold Up” ranks as the Mediabase rhythmic panel’s #53 song.

“6 Inch,” which earns #63 on the strength of 121 weekly spins, most closely follows. “Freedom” lands at #74 with 85 weekly spins.

While it did not make the Top 100, “Daddy Lessons” was on the weekly radar with 37 spins.

Written by Brian Cantor

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