Drake’s “Nice For What” Celebrates 5th Week As Rhythmic Radio’s #1 Song

“Nice For What” continues its reign atop the rhythmic chart.

Drake - Nice For What | Young Money/Cash Money/Republic

Drake’s “Nice For What” unsurprisingly remains the biggest song at rhythmic radio.

The song, which received ~6,942 spins during the June 3-9 tracking period (-49), celebrates a fifth week atop the Mediabase rhythmic chart.

It again dominates the competition. Post Malone’s “Psycho (featuring Ty Dolla $ign),” the #2 song, distantly trails with ~5,240 spins (-63).

Cardi B’s “Be Careful” holds at #3 with ~5,050 spins (+397), while Drake’s “God’s Plan” spends another week at #4 with ~4,206 (-311).

Up one place, Khalid x Normani’s “Love Lies” grabs #5 with ~3,959 tracking period plays (+544).

Written by Brian Cantor

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