As Chris Brown’s “No Guidance,” featuring Drake, glides 12-8 on the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (dated July 20), the R&B star claims his 42nd top 10 on the list, surpassing Lil Wayne’s 47 to claim second place among all acts since the chart began in October 1992.
Drake, who features on “Guidance,” remains the all-time leader and, through that guest spot on Brown’s track, earns an unprecedented 48th visit to the top 10.
“Guidance” jumps into the upper tier through a 10% burst in plays at the Rhythmic format in the week ending July 14, according to Nielsen Music.
With Brown scoring the silver medal, here’s an updated leaderboard for the most top 10s on the Rhythmic Songs chart:
48, Drake 42, Chris Brown 41, Lil Wayne 37, Rihanna 32, Nicki Minaj 26, Ludacris 26, Usher 24, JAY-Z 23, Kanye West 22, Mariah Carey
In a case of near-déjà vu, “Guidance” also recently helped Brown outdo Lil Wayne for the second-most top 10s in the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart’s history. On the chart dated July 6, “Guidance” jumped 12-9 on the list, securing Brown’s 48th top 10. The move broke a tie with Lil Wayne, who claims 47 top 10 hits on his R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay ledger. And, as with Rhythmic Songs, Drake takes the crown for most top 10 hits, with 66.
On the latest R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay ranking, “Guidance” rises 6-5 and picks up a 14% boost to 21.6 million in audience in the week ending July 14.