Beyonce’s “Sorry” Earns #42 at Rhythmic; JR Castro, Trinidad James, Flume, Pitbull, Bebe Rexha Also Enter Top 50

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In rising from #72 to #38, G-Eazy’s “Drifting (featuring Chris Brown and Tory Lanez)” is the highest ranking addition to the Top 50 at rhythmic radio.

It is not the only addition.

Spun 394 times during the April 24-30 tracking week, Beyonce’s standout “Lemonade” track “Sorry” ranks as the Mediabase rhythmic panel’s #42 song.

Credited with 3 spins, “Sorry” was #443 last week.

Up eight places, JR Castro’s “Right Away” enters the Top 50 at #44. It was played 338 times during the official tracking week (+115).

A weekly spin count of 317 (+150) sends Trinidad James’ “Just A Lil Thick ($he Juicy) (ft. Mystikal & Lil Dicky)” up thirteen places to #46.

Flume’s “Never Be Like You (featuring Kai)” follows at #47. The song, which was #53 last week, received 308 spins this week (+130).

Up two places, Pitbull’s “Messin’ Around (featuring Enrique Iglesias)” earns #49 on the strength of its 294 weekly spins (+60).

Bebe Rexha’s “No Broken Hearts (featuring Nicki Minaj)” takes #50. The song rises eight places courtesy a weekly spin count of 262 (+93).

Written by Brian Cantor

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