Doja Cat’s “Woman” Remains #1 At Rhythmic Radio

“Woman” spends a second week atop the chart.

Doja Cat in Woman | Video screen | RCA

For the second consecutive week, Doja Cat’s “Woman” reigns as rhythmic radio’s #1 song.

“Woman” keeps its spot atop the Mediabase rhythmic chart with ~5,656 tracking period plays. The count falls 97 spins short of last week’s sum but ranks as the format’s best for the March 20-26 tracking period.

SZA’s “I Hate U,” which received ~5,442 spins (-161), holds at #2.

Chris Brown’s “Iffy” spends another week at #3, and Latto’s “Big Energy” retains the #4 position. The chart’s first move comes at #5, as Gunna & Future’s “pushin P (featuring Young Thug)” rises one spot to that position.

Written by Brian Cantor

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