‘Me and my son are going again within the studio to make extra Billboard #1s,’ Khaled guarantees.
It's one other (quantity) one for DJ Khaled on Billboard's Rhythmic Songs airplay chart as "No Brainer," that includes Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance the Rapper, ascends 2-1 on the checklist dated Oct. 6.
The star-studded collaboration seizes the crown with Greatest Gainer honors, logging a 16 p.c surge in performs within the week ending Sept. 30, in accordance with Nielsen Music.
"Brainer" provides Khaled his fifth chief on Rhythmic Songs, after "For Free," that includes Drake, a three-week champ in 2016, and three extra No. 1s in 2017: "Shining," that includes Beyoncé and JAY-Z (one week), "I'm the One," that includes the "Brainer" lineup of Bieber, Quavo and Chance the Rapper, alongside Lil Wayne (4 weeks), and "Wild Thoughts," that includes Rihanna and Bryson Tiller (eight weeks).
"A Billboard #1 file, it means lots to me and my group," DJ Khaled says in an emailed assertion to Billboard about his new triumph. "When I'm within the studio making my #1s, I say it's #1 earlier than I even give it to the world. I'm so comfortable my anthems join with all my followers … fan luv worldwide. I'm really GRATEFUL! JUSTIN, QUAVO and CHANCE WE DID IT! ANOTHER ONE! MY VOICE!!"
"Brainer" is predicted to seem on Khaled's forthcoming studio album, Father of Asahd. "This is one other #1 FOR MY SON! ASAHD KHALED!," always-proud papa Khaled continued. "I simply acquired off of tour with THE QUEEN BEYONCE AND MY BROTHER JAY Z, and now me and my son are going again within the studio to make extra BILLBOARD #1s! FATHER OF ASAHD THE ALBUM IN THE WORKS!!! WE THE BEST MUSIC!"
Bieber picks up his third Rhythmic Songs No. 1, following "As Long as You Love Me," that includes Big Sean, which reigned for 3 weeks in 2012, "Sorry," a two-week winner in 2016, and "One."
Chance the Rapper earns a second Rhythmic Songs chart-topper, after "One," as does Quavo underneath his solo billing. His group, Migos, counts two No. 1s: "Bad and Boujee," that includes Lil Uzi Vert (two weeks, 2017), and a featured look on Gucci Mane's "I Get the Bag" (one week, 2018).