Meek Mill & Drake’s “Going Bad” Rises To #1 At Rhythmic Radio

The Meek Mill-Drake collaboration hits #1 at another format.

Meek Mill - Press Photo by Miller Mobley, courtesy of Atlantic Records

Last week, Meek Mill’s “Going Bad (featuring Drake)” reached #1 at urban radio.

This week, it reaches #1 on the Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

Up two places from last week’s position, “Going Bad” takes the throne from Cardi B’s “Money.”

“Going Bad” received a format-leading ~6,096 spins during the March 10-16 tracking period, besting last week’s mark by 507 spins.

Post Malone’s “Wow.” holds at #2 with ~6,017 spins (-202), while a play count of ~6,006 (-387) brings “Money” down to #3.

21 Savage’s “A Lot (featuring J. Cole)” jumps seven places to #4, while Cardi B & Bruno Mars’ “Please Me” rises four places to #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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