Khalid’s “Location,” Ariana Grande’s “Everyday,” G-Eazy’s “Some Kind Of Drug” Enter Rhythmic’s Top 40

Khalid [Renzo Photo | RCA Press]

In rising from #50 to #28, J. Cole’s “Deja Vu” represents the highest ranking addition to rhythmic radio’s Top 40.

It is not the only addition. Khalid’s “Location,” Ariana Grande’s “Everyday (featuring Future)” and G-Eazy’s “Some Kind Of Drug (featuring Marc E. Bassy)” also earn Top 40 positions on this week’s Mediabase rhythmic chart.

Played 742 times during the January 8-14 tracking week (+156), “Location” enters the Top 40 at #34. It was just below the chart at #41 last week.

Up twenty-nine spots, “Everyday” earns #35 this week. It received 688 spins during the official tracking period (+549).

“Some Kind Of Drug” concurrently rises five spots to #38. The G-Eazy-Marc E. Bassy collaboration garnered 673 tracking period spins (+166).

Written by Brian Cantor

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