Rihanna’s long-awaited return yields an speedy chart-topper as “Lift Me Up” debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Very hot R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks chart dated Nov. 12. The solitary, from the soundtrack to the Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios Motion Images film Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally, provides the celebrity her eighth champ on the listing.
“Lift” traces its arrival on the Incredibly hot R&B/Hip-Hop Tunes chart, which brings together streaming, profits and radio airplay, to 22.6 million formal U.S. streams in the week ending Nov. 3, in accordance to Luminate. The sum sparks a No. 1 begin on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Tracks to secure Rihanna’s fifth occupation leader there. In the similar time period, the monitor offered 23,000 downloads and opens at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Electronic Music Income record. On the airplay entrance, “Lift” registered 42.6 million in radio audience across all formats. (All airplay, regardless of style format, contributes to a song’s rank on the Incredibly hot R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks chart.)
The new champ provides Rihanna her eighth No. 1 on Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop Music, and her first in much more than 5 years. Here’s a recap of her selection:
Track Title, Artist (if other than Rihanna), Months at No. 1, Reached at No. 1
“Take a Bow,” just one, Aug. 30, 2008
“Diamonds,” 14, Oct. 20, 2012
“The Monster,” Eminem that includes Rihanna, 13, Nov. 16, 2013
“FourFiveSeconds,” with Ye & Paul McCartney, 7, Feb. 21, 2015
“Work,” showcasing Drake, 11, Feb. 13, 2016
“Needed Me,” two, Sept. 24, 2016
“Wild Ideas,” DJ Khaled featuring Rihanna & Bryson Tiller, 7, July 29, 2017
“Lift Me Up,” a single (to date), Nov. 12, 2022
Elsewhere, “Lift Me Up,” furthermore debuts at No. 1 on the Hot R&B Music chart, in which the celebrity lands her sixth champ. The achievement extends her document as the woman artist with the most No. 1s on the checklist, which started in 2012. Overall, Rihanna ranks 3rd in the depend, at the rear of The Weeknd (nine) and Drake (seven).
On the all-style Billboard Very hot 100, “Lift” enters at No. 2.
Echoing its solid out-of-the-gate streaming and sales placements, the music also stays a power on many radio genre formats immediately after the first comprehensive tracking 7 days, which runs Monday – Sunday, adhering to the song’s Oct. 28 launch. It ascends 27-16 on Rhythmic Airplay, 24-18 on Grownup Pop Airplay, 25-20 on Pop Airplay and 26-22 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. Moreover, it repeats at No. 17 on Grownup Contemporary.