Drake’s “Nice For What” Rockets Into Top 10 At Rhythmic Radio

“Nice For What” enters the Top 10 in just its second week on the chart.

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Drake’s “Nice For What” debuted at #14 on last week’s Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

This week, it blasts into the Top 10.

Up five places, “Nice For What” earns #9 on this week’s listing. It received ~3,383 spins during the official tracking period.

The count bests last week’s mark by a format-leading ~1,223 spins.

— “Nice For What,” the follow-up to Drake’s megahit “God’s Plan,” is actually charting even more prominently at urban radio. The song moves up to #6 in its second week on the Mediabase urban radio chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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