Silk Sonic Reclaims His Power BoardAdult R&B Airplay chart, as “After Last Night”, a duet with Thundercat and funk legend Bootsy Collins, climbed to No. 1 on the list dated November 19. The coronation duo, consisting of Bruno Mars and Anderson. Pak, the fourth champion in his first five singles.
According to Luminet, “After Last Night” moved from number 3 after a 12% increase in weekly plays, making it the most played song on US monitored adult R&B radio stations for the week ending November 13. . The track ousted Tank’s “Slow”, which featured J.J. Valentine is depicted.
As mentioned, the new winner is Silk Sonic’s fourth No. 1 of five singles since the duo’s debut release in early 2021. The duo ruled Adult R&B airplay for the first time in April with debut effort “Leave the Door Open” for 13 weeks. – June 2021, returned to the summit for one week in January 2022 with third single “Smokin’ Out the Window”, and a 13-week atop for fourth release “Love’s Train” in April-July this year. Of their first five singles, the only one to miss the top spot was the second “Skate”, which peaked at No. 4 in October 2021.
Four of the five tracks, without “Love’s Train”, all originally appeared on Silk Sonic. an evening with silk sonic album when released in November 2021 (“Train,” released in February 2022, has been added to the digital and streaming versions of the album.) an evening with silk sonic 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top R&B Albums charts, leading the former for one week and the latter for two terms.
With all four No. 1’s on the album now, an evening with silk sonic The four is only the second album to generate an Adult R&B Airplay No. 1. Toni Braxton’s self-titled 1993 LP was the first to have a chart-topping run of “Another Sad Love Song,” “Breathe Again,” “Seven Whole Days” and “You Mean the World to Me” between September 1993 and March. . 1994.
As Silk also contributes to the individual chart accounts of Sonic Mars and Anderson .pak, “After Last Night” gives Mars his eighth career No. 1 on Adult R&B Airplay, while Anderson .pak his fourth. Thundercat claims its first winner on the list with its first entry, while Bootsy Collins earns its first leader with its second appearance on the 29-year-old list, following “Don’t Take My Funk” featuring Catfish Collins and Bobby Womack. did. in 2011 at No. 32.
Elsewhere, “After Last Night” rides its Adult R&B momentum to push 19–16 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, which is tied for both Adult R&B and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts. Measures songs by audience audience from hip-hop stations. There, the song improved 6% to 7.5 million in viewers for the week ending 13 November. The rebound brings the song within two spots of its No. 14 peak, achieved just four weeks prior.