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Chris Brown has now earned the second-most top 10s on ‘Billboard”s Rhythmic Songs chart


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Chris Brown continues to score record-breaking feats with his summer smash hit, “No Guidance.”

This week, the Drake-assisted cut has ascended from number eight to number four on Billboard‘s Rhythmic Songs airplay chart after spending six weeks on the tally. This entry now accounts for Breezy’s 42nd top-10 hit on the list, which makes him the second act to earn the most top 10s since the chart began in 1992.

Brown is bested by Drake, who remains the all-time leader, with 48 top 10s on the Rhythmic Songs tally. Following the Toronto lyricist and Breezy is Lil Wayne (41), Rihanna (37), Nicki Minaj (32), Ludacris (26), Usher (26), JAY-Z (24), Kanye West (23), and Mariah Carey (23). 

Lifted from the global star’s ninth studio album, INDIGO, “No Guidance” also scored Brown his 48th top-10 single on Billboard‘s R&B/Hip-Hop chart. The impressive victory officially secured the singer’s place as the artist with the second most top-10 entries on the R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart, besting Wayne once again. Also once again, it’s Drake who currently leads Chris, with 66 top-10 entries. 

Next month, Brown kicks off his extensive INDIGOAT Tour, featuring special guests Ty Dolla $ignTory Lanez, Joyner Lucas and Yella Beezy.

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