Drake’s “Nice For What” Enjoys 6th Week As Rhythmic Radio’s #1 Song

The reign continues for “Nice For What.”

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Drake’s “Nice For What” spends yet another week as a dominant #1 at rhythmic radio.

Played ~6,662 times during the June 10-16 tracking period (-287), “Nice For What” tops a sixth consecutive edition of the Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

Its closest competition comes from Cardi B’s “Be Careful.” The song, which was #3 last week, takes over the runner-up spot on the strength of its ~5,349 spins (+296).

Down one place, Post Malone’s “Psycho (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)” grabs #3 with ~4,947 spins (-297).

Khalid x Normani’s “Love Lies” rises one place to #4 with ~4,385 spins (+425), while Migos’ “Walk It Talk It (featuring Drake)” jumps one spot to #5 with ~4,223 (+339).

Written by Brian Cantor

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