Juice WRLD's 'Lucid Dreams' Hits No. 1 On the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart


Juice WRLD celebrates his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as “Lucid Dreams” climbs Three-1 on the record dated Oct. 6. The monitor makes an an identical transfer to additionally crown the Hot Rap Songs chart for the primary time.

“Dreams” advances because it retakes the No. 1 place on the R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs chart and (all-genre Streaming Songs chart) for a second complete week. The monitor gained 5 p.c to 41.6 million U.S. clicks within the week ending Sept. 27, in line with Nielsen Music.

Radio airplay additionally fuels the music’s ascent on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs, although its recognition derives extra from its pop and rhythmic success than via R&B and hip-hop channels. “Dreams” ranks at No. 13 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay tally, and dips 5 p.c to 15.5 million in viewers within the week ending Sept. 30, in line with Nielsen Music. The monitor, nevertheless, bumps 10-9 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart (63.9 million in viewers), helped by its efficiency with pop and rhythmic audiences; “Dreams” steps Three-2 on Rhythmic Songs airplay chart because it grows 6 p.c in weekly performs and concurrently enters the highest 10 of the Pop Songs airplay chart due to a 15 p.c bounce in performs within the week.

“Dreams” additionally rebounds 7-5 on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales regardless of a 5 p.c clip to 11,000 offered within the week ending Sept. 27, per Nielsen Music.

"Dream’ Deferred" As “Dreams” hits No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in its 20th chart week, it turns into solely the 18th No. 1s – of 1,zero29 leaders relationship to the chart’s creation on Oct. 20, 1958 – to require not less than that a lot time to reach on the penthouse. Prior to “Dreams,” Rihanna’s “Needed Me” was the last-such No. 1, lastly touching the highest in its 32nd week on the record.

Here’s a working tally of the songs which have taken the longest time to succeed in No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:

Weeks Needed to Hit No. 1, Song Title, Artist, Peak Date
43, “Step in The Name of Love,” R. Kelly, Dec. 6, 2003
35, “All of Me,” John Legend, May 17, 2014
32, “Needed Me,” Rihanna, Sept. 24, 2016
31, “You,” Lloyd that includes Lil Wayne, Feb. 17, 2007
30, “There Goes My Baby,” Usher, Aug. 14, 2010
29, “Snap Yo Fingers,” Lil Jon that includes E-40 & Sean Paul of the YoungBloodZ, July 29, 2006
28, “Lights, Camera, Action!,” Mr. Cheeks, March 2, 2002
26, “Love on Top,” Beyonce, March 10, 2012
22, “Promise,” Jagged Edge, March 31, 2001
22, “Spotlight,” Jennifer Hudson, Oct. 25, 2008
22, “Can’t Hold Us,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis that includes Ray Dalton, May four, 2013
21, “The Second Time Around,” Shalamar, Feb. 16, 1980
21, “Double Dutch Bus,” Frankie Smith, July 18, 1981
20, “Fannie Mae,” Buster Brown, April 18, 1960
20, “Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip Hop),” Erykah Badu that includes Common, Dec. 28, 2002
20, “Slow Down,” Bobby Valentino, May 7, 2005
20, “Run It!,” Chris Brown, Nov. 19, 2005
20, “Lucid Dreams,” Juice WRLD, Oct. 6, 2018

“Dreams” seems on Juice WLRD’s debut full-length album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, which debuted at No. 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and has remained within the prime 10 via its first 19 weeks on the record.