Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’ Hits No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs Chart


Post Malone earns his fifth No. 1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Songs airplay chart as “Wow.” climbs Three-1 on the chart dated Feb. 23.

The stand-alone single, a shock Christmas Eve launch, ascends because of a robust 21 % achieve in performs within the week ending Feb. 17, in response to Nielsen Music.

Post Malone narrowly misses out on changing himself on the high spot. His most up-to-date pre-“Wow.” chief, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into The Spider Verse),” a collaboration with Swae Lee, wrapped its four-week keep on the high two weeks in the past, on the listing dated Feb. 9. Between Post Malone’s leaders, Khalid’s “Better” checked in for per week within the penthouse.

In addition to “Wow.” and “Sunflower,” Post Malone has additionally claimed No. 1s on the Rhythmic Songs survey with “White Iverson” (one week, 2016), “Rockstar,” that includes 21 Savage (six weeks, 2016-17), and “Psycho,” that includes Ty Dolla $ign (4 weeks, 2018).

Notably, “Wow.” flies to No. 1 in its seventh week on the chart. It ties “Rockstar” for the quickest dash to the highest among the many 23-year-old’s 5 leaders.

Elsewhere, “Wow.” reinforces its multi-format enchantment, as the only reaches new peaks on each the Pop Songs and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay charts. On the previous, “Wow.” lifts 16-15 by way of a 10 % enhance in weekly performs, whereas it steps 22-21 on the latter rating with a weekly play bump of 12 %.

The multi-format enchantment additionally helps the track dart 18-12 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart, the place it collects 48.eight million in viewers within the week ending Feb. 17, up 13 %.