Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” Enjoys 4th Week As Urban Radio’s #1 Song

“HUMBLE.” remains the top song at urban radio.

Kendrick Lamar in Humble | TDE/Interscope

While it cedes its throne at rhythmic, Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” keeps the crown at urban radio.

Played ~5,154 times during the June 4-10 tracking week (-88), “HUMBLE.” enjoys a fourth week atop the Mediabase urban airplay chart.

Up one place, Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” moves into the #2 position. It received ~4,930 tracking period plays (+457).

Future’s “Mask Off” dips one spot to #3 with ~4,825 spins (-192), while YFN Lucci’s “Everyday We Lit (featuring PnB Rock)” climbs one place to #4 on the strength of ~3,653 plays (+227).

Credited with ~3,564 tracking week spins (+7), Migos’ “T-Shirt” dips one spot to #5.

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