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Blxst, Tyga & Ty Dolla $ign Top Rhythmic Airplay Chart With ‘Chosen’ – Billboard

Rising rapper Blxst crosses off a profession milestone on Billboard’s charts with a primary radio airplay No. 1. His single “Chosen,” with Tyga and that includes Ty Dolla $ign, advances from the runner-up slot to steer the Rhythmic Airplay chart dated Nov. 27.

“Chosen” ascends via an 8% enhance in performs at U.S. monitored rhythmic radio stations to develop into the format’s most-played music within the week ending Nov. 21, based on MRC Information.

“Chosen” provides the 29-year-old rapper, born Matthew Burdette, his first Rhythmic Airplay champ on his third look. He logged his first go to in a featured function on Bino’s “Model New,” which reached No. 33 in 2020, and adopted that along with his personal monitor “Overrated,” a No. 22 success in Could.

For Tyga, “Chosen” secures his third No. 1 on Rhythmic Airplay. The rapper beforehand occupied the penthouse via a visitor spot on Chris Brown’s “Loyal,” a two-week champ in 2014, and returned along with his personal “Style,” that includes Offset, for 4 weeks in 2018.

Featured artist Ty Dolla $ign, in the meantime, provides a fourth Rhythmic Airplay champ to his account. The prior three: a supporting activate Fifth Concord’s “Work From House,” which dominated for one week in 2016, and one on Put up Malone’s “Psycho,” a four-week No. 1 in 2018. The next 12 months, he collaborated with Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj on “Scorching Lady Summer season,” which topped the record for one week.

Along with its Rhythmic Airplay coronation, “Chosen” is cementing its place on R&B/hip-hop and rap radio, as nicely. The one cracks the highest 5 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay with a 6-5 transfer, because it added 5% extra performs within the week ending Nov. 20. The tune additionally steps one rank from No. 3 to enter the runner-up spot on Rap Airplay. There, it improves 8% in viewers listenership in the identical monitoring week.

Positive factors within the rhythmic, R&B/hip-hop and rap sectors push the music close to the highest half of the 50-position, all-genre Radio Songs chart. There, “Chosen” climbs 27-26 in its seventh week and grows to 27.2 million in complete viewers within the chart’s newest monitoring week (ending Nov. 19), based on MRC Information.

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