When it comes to Doja Cat and Rhythmic Radio, the odds have always been in her favor in the recent past.
For the second year in a row, Doja Cat achieved four No. 1’s. Board‘s rhythmic airplay cemented her status as one of the top tier acts on the chart and format. Achievement as “Vegas” climbs from No. 3 to lead the list dated 19 November. The song soared after a 7% increase in weekly plays which made it the most played song on US monitored rhythmic radio stations for the weekend. Nov. 13, according to Luminate.
“Vegas” appears in the film’s soundtrack. Elvis and sampled Big Mama Thornton’s 1952 version of the song “Hound Dog”, which was covered by Presley and turned into a major pop hit four years later.
The new winner also banks Doja Cat’s fourth Rhythmic Airplay No. 1 hit in 2022. He previously reigned this calendar year with “Woman,” (five weeks in March – April), “Freaky Dicky,” and Tyga (one week in May). , and via a special spot on Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” (four weeks in August–September).
She likewise managed a quartet of chart-toppers in 2021, making her the first woman since Rihanna in 2012 to reach four No. 1s in the same calendar year.
In addition to his quadruple plays in 2021 and 2022, Doja Cat has once again topped the charts. His breakout single, “Say So,” charted for three weeks in 2020.
All told, “Vegas” gives Doja Cat her ninth No. 1 on Rhythmic Airplay and moves into a joint share of 10th place with Jay-Z and Nicki Minaj for the most in the chart’s history since its launch in 1992. Is. Here’s a look at the current status of most No. 1s:
13, Bruno Mars
12, Chris Brown
12, Lil Wayne
12, The Weeknd
10, Post Malone
9, Doja Cat
9, Nicki Minaj
Elsewhere in world radio, “Vegas” climbed 5–3 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart with a 13% increase in audience reach to 60 million. In addition to its success in the rhythmic format, “Vegas” spent four weeks at No. 1 on Pop Airplay (and fell 1–3 this week). In addition, Doja Cat combined for a seven-week stay at the Penthouse, with “I Like You (A Happier Song)”, promptly ruling pop airplay for three weeks before “Vegas” took over. .