Usher & Young Thug’s “No Limit” Ranks As Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added Song

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Last week, Usher’s “No Limit (featuring Young Thug)” tied for most added at rhythmic radio.

This week, it earns the distinction outright.

Picked up by another 15 Mediabase-monitored stations this week, “No Limit” claims the top spot on the rhythmic add board.

It edges Kid Ink’s “Nasty (featuring Jeremih & Spice),” which takes second. It received 14 adds in conjunction with this week’s official impact.

Each picked up by 11 stations, TI’s “Dope (featuring Marsha Ambrosius)” and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Wavy (featuring Joe Moses)” tie for third-most added. Chris Brown’s “Grass Ain’t Greener,” Wale’s “My PYT” and YG’s “Why You Always Hatin’ (featuring Drake)” follow in a three-way tie for fifth place; each received 10 weekly adds.

Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands” takes eighth place with 9 weekly adds. With add counts of 7 each, DJ Khaled’s “For Free (featuring Drake)” and G-Eazy’s “Drifting (featuring Chris Brown & Tory Lanez)” tie for ninth.

Written by Brian Cantor

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