YG’s “Big Bank,” that includes 2 Chainz, Nicki Minaj and Big Sean hits No. 1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Songs airplay chart because the star-studded lineup ascends 2-1 on the chart dated Oct. 20.
The collaboration, launched on 4Hunnid/CTE/Def Jam, tops the chart in its 17th body and gained 1 % in performs within the week ending Oct. 14, in response to Nielsen Music.
“Bank” secures YG’s first profession No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs - and any radio-based songs chart - as a lead artist. He’d beforehand visited the summit as a featured act on Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” which dominated for seven weeks in 2014. As a lead artist, his prior finest was a pair of No. 5 hits: “My Hitta,” that includes Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan and the Drake-assisted “Who Do You Love,” each in 2014.
"Big thank yous to each supporter, each fan, each radio programmer and each DJ." YG tells Billboard in regards to the accomplishment. "Kongrats to all my group members, [DJ] Mustard (the tune's producer), Nano and myself. And identical to that we on to the following!"
2 Chainz, in the meantime, collects his third No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs, following “Mercy,” with Kanye West, Pusha T and “Bank” mate Big Sean, which led for one week in 2012. The rapper returned to the summit in 2014 as a supporting act on Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty,” which ran the rating for 3 weeks in 2014.
Big Sean, in the meantime, notches his fifth profession chief on Rhythmic Songs. His first got here the aforementioned “Mercy." Notably, his second occurred precisely six years in the past -- on the chart dated Oct. 20, 2012 -- via a featured look on Justin Bieber’s “As Long As You Love Me,” which started its three week command on that date. Big Sean later claimed chart-toppers with 2014’s “I Don’t F**okay With You,” that includes E-40, which reigned for one week, and “Bounce Back,” a two-week winner in 2017.
Nicki Minaj boasts essentially the most Rhythmic Songs No. 1s of all members of the “Bank” squad as she provides a seventh victor to her resume. Here’s a have a look at her assortment up to now:
Song Title, Artist (if aside from Minaj), Weeks at No. 1, Peak Date
“Bottoms Up,” Trey Songz that includes Nicki Minaj, one, Oct. 30, 2010
“Super Bass,” one, Aug. 6, 2011
“Touchin, Lovin,” Trey Songz that includes Nicki Minaj, 4, Nov. 22, 2014
“Truffle Butter,” that includes Drake & Lil Wayne, one, March 28, 2015
“Hey Mama,” David Guetta that includes Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack, one, July 25, 2015
“Rake It Up,” Yo Gotti that includes Nicki Minaj, one, Nov. four, 2017
“Big Bank,” YG that includes 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Nicki Minaj, one week up to now, Oct. 20, 2018
Minaj’s fortunate seven No. 1s ties her with Mariah Carey for the third-best sum amongst girls for the reason that Rhythmic Songs chart started in 1992. Only Rihanna (17) and Beyonce (9) boast the next rely. Within the 2010s decade, notably, Minaj’s seven makes for the second-highest exhibiting amongst feminine acts, trailing Rihanna’s 15 leaders.