Bazzi’s “Mine” also hits the Radio Songs top 10, while Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne add to their lty totals Hot 100 appearances.
As previously reported, Drake's “Nice for What” returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, rising from No. 2, for a seventh total week on top.
Plus, late jazz star Louis Prima makes history on the Hot 100, ending the longest break between appearances on the chart (57 years, four months and two weeks), as he debuts at No. 42 as the featured artist on Kids See Ghosts' “4th Dimension.”
Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves?
“Delicate,” Taylor Swift As it jumps to a new high on the Hot 100 (37-25), the fourth radio single from reputation becomes the set's second top 10 on the Radio Songs chart, where it pushes 12-9 (73.4 million in audience, up 9 percent in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music). Lead reputation single “Look What You Made Me Do” hit No. 5 last October, followed by “…Ready for It?” (No. 17, December) and “End Game,” featuring Ed Sheeran and Future (No. 15, January).
Swift scores her 14th total Radio Songs top 10 with “Delicate,” which concurrently climbs 7-4 on Adult Pop Songs, 10-8 on Pop Songs and 11-10 on Adult Contemporary, where it becomes her first top 10 from reputation and her 12th total.
“Mine,” Bazzi Bazzi's debut hit rebounds 23-15 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 11 on April 7, and becomes his first Radio Songs top 10 (11-10; 69.9 million, up 4 percent). On Pop Songs, the track rises 3-2.
“Rich Sex,” Nicki Minaj feat. Lil Wayne Following its June 11 release, the song starts at No. 88 on the Hot 100, driven most-heavily by 5.6 million U.S. streams (in the week ending June 14); it should jump on next week's charts following its first full week tracking.
With the bow, Minaj extends her record for the most Hot 100 visits among women (to 90), while Lil Wayne further solidifies his overall third-place ranking (138).
Here's an updated look at the acts with the most Hot 100 appearances, dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, launch:
207, Glee Cast 164, Drake 138, Lil Wayne 108, Elvis Presley 97, JAY-Z 91, James Brown 91, Kanye West 90, Chris Brown 90, Nicki Minaj 77, Taylor Swift 75, Ray Charles 73, Aretha Franklin 71, The Beatles