Drake’s “Nice For What” Enters Top 55 At Pop Radio

“Nice For What” gains traction at the pop radio format.

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As Drake’s “God’s Plan” rises to #6 on the Mediabase pop radio airplay chart, his new track “Nice For What” makes a big gain below the listing.

The song officially enters the Top 55 this week.

Played 325 times during the April 8-14 tracking period, “Nice For What” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #54 song. It was well outside last week’s Top 100.

“Nice For What” received airplay from a total of 65 Mediabase-monitored pop stations.

The song is, predictably, off to an even hotter start at rhythmic and urban radio. It debuts at #14 on the Mediabase charts for both formats.

Written by Brian Cantor

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