Kanye West, YG & Drake, Niykee Heaton & Migos, Future, ScHoolboy Q Reach Rhythmic Radio’s Top 40

Kanye West [FOX]

Five singles officially enter the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase rhythmic radio airplay chart. An additional song re-enters.

The highest-charting of the bunch is Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands,” which earns #31 on this week’s chart. Up eighteen places, the song received 652 spins during the June 12-18 tracking week (+327).

YG’s “Why You Always Hatin’ (featuring Drake)” follows at #33. The song, which was #44 last week, received 621 spins this week (+173).

Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions (featuring Migos)” enters at #35. Spun 593 times during the tracking week (+92), “Bad Intentions” bests last week’s spot by seven places.

A weekly spin count of 553 (+64) earns Future’s “Wicked” the #37 spot. It was #43 last week.

ScHoolboy Q’s “THat Part,” which features the aforementioned Kanye West, earns #39. Up seven places from last week’s spot, the song received 512 tracking week plays (+114).

— While not new to the Top 40, Alicia Keys’ “In Common” re-enters this week. It rises one place to #40 despite a loss in weekly airplay (512 spins, -11).

Written by Brian Cantor

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