Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars & Kodak Black’s “Wake Up In The Sky” Remains #1 At Rhythmic & Urban Radio

“Wake Up In The Sky” spends a third week atop the rhythmic chart and a second atop the urban listing.

Gucci, Bruno & Kodak - Wake Up In The Sky Video Screen | Atlantic

Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars & Kodak Black’s “Wake Up In The Sky” predictably remains the top song at rhythmic and urban radio.

The song celebrates a third week at #1 on the Mediabase rhythmic radio chart. It meanwhile tops a second straight edition of the urban listing.

— “Wake Up In The Sky” stays atop the rhythmic chart thanks to the ~6,173 spins it received during the December 2-8 tracking period. Although it keeps “Wake Up In The Sky” ahead of the pack, this week’s count trails last week’s mark by 111.

Travi$ Scott’s “SICKO MODE” holds at #2 with ~5,642 spins (-100), while a play count of ~5,428 (+353) keeps Ella Mai’s “Trip” at #3.

Up two places, Bad Bunny’s “Mia (featuring Drake)” takes #4 with ~4,905 spins (+483). Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” holds at #5 with ~4,615 spins (+129).

— “Wake Up In The Sky” rules the urban listing with ~5,245 spins (-139).

“Uproar” rises two places to #2 with ~5,130 (+458). “Trip,” which received ~5,093 spins (-158), slides one spot to #3.

Meek Mill’s “Dangerous (featuring Jeremih & PnB Rock)” drops one place to #4 courtesy of its ~4,689 tracking week spins (-519).

Credited with ~4,463 plays (-76), “SICKO MODE” rises one spot to #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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