Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B’s “MotorSport” Ranks As Most Added At Urban & Rhythmic Radio

“MotorSport” claims the top spot on this week’s urban and rhythmic radio add board.

Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B - Motor Sport Cover | Motown Records

Migos’ new single “MotorSport (featuring Nicki Minaj & Cardi B)” predictably received substantial opening week support at urban and rhythmic radio.

— Picked up by 58 Mediabase-monitored urban stations, “MotorSport” ranks as the format’s most added song.

Lecrae’s “Broke,” which won support from 31 stations, takes second place on the urban add board.

Jessie Reyez’ “Figures” grabs third place with 27 adds, while an add count of 18 positions Snap Dogg’s “WYA” in fourth.

Credited with 16 adds, Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” ranks as fifth-most added.

Other notable urban options: Kendrick Lamar’s “LOVE. (featuring Zacari)” (11 adds, 6th-most), Jacquees & DeJ Loaf’s “At The Club” (9 adds, 7th-most), Lil Uzi Vert’s “The Way Life Goes” (8 adds, 8th-most), Hardo’s “Today’s A Good Day” (7 adds, 9th-most, tie) and Yo Gotti’s “Juice” (7 adds, 9th-most, tie).

— “MotorSport” also tops the add board at rhythmic radio, where it won first-week support from 39 stations.

Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” registers as rhythmic radio’s second-most added song. It landed at 16 new stations.

Each added by 15 stations, Russ’ “Wife You Up” and SZA’s “The Weekend” tie for third.

The Game’s “Oh I (featuring Jeremih, Young Thug & Sevyn)” earns fifth place with 14 pickups.

Justine Skye’s “Don’t Think About It” and Camila Cabello’s “Havana (featuring Young Thug)” follow in sixth and seventh place, respectively. “Don’t Think About It” landed at 10 stations, while “Havana” won support from 9.

NF’s “Let You Down” follows in eighth place with 7 new adds.

A$AP Ferg’s “Plain Jane,” Gucci Mane’s “I Get The Bag (featuring Migos)” and Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart” follow in a tie for ninth. The three songs each landed at 6 new stations.

Written by Brian Cantor

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