Travis Scott earns his fourth No. 1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Songs airplay chart as “Sicko Mode” struts Four-1 on the rating dated Oct. 27. The tune takes the chart crown due to a powerful 15 % achieve in performs within the week ending Oct. 21, in line with Nielsen Music.
Scott beforehand dominated the chart together with his first Rhythmic Songs entry, “Antidote,” a two-week champ in 2016. He’s since occupied the highest slot with “Goosebumps,” (one week in 2017) and as a featured artist on Miguel’s “Sky Walker,” which led for one week in February.
In addition, “Mode” completes the quickest dash to No. 1 amongst Scott’s 4 leaders. “Mode” reaches the highest in its 10th week on the chart, besting “Antidote” (12), “Goosebumps” (14) and “Walker” (20).
The new tune’s fast rise echoes the foremost surge in Scott’s profile all through 2018. “Mode” options on the Houston native’s newest studio LP, Astroworld, which opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in August with the second-best begin by an album this 12 months. Its mighty begin then powered all 17 of its songs onto the Billboard Hot 100, with two -- “Mode” and “Stargazing” -- opening within the prime 10.
If “Mode” is to increase its reign atop Rhythmic Songs, probably the most urgent problem will come from Drake, whose “Nonstop” steps Three-2 and posts an Eight % elevate in weekly performs. Notably, as most listeners might know, Drake delivers uncredited vocals on “Mode.”
Beyond its Rhythmic Songs coronation, “Mode” continues to enhance throughout different radio charts: It ascends Eight-6 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and earns the chart’s Greatest Gainer tag a 14 % bounce to 23.6 million in viewers within the week ending Oct. 21. Plus, it climbs into the highest 5 of Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop (6-5) via a 9 % bump in performs in the identical interval.