Home Trends Rihanna’s ‘Lift’ Rises to No. 1 on Adult R&B Airplay Chart

Rihanna’s ‘Lift’ Rises to No. 1 on Adult R&B Airplay Chart


Rihanna conquers a new radio format with her long-awaited comeback single, “Lift Me Up.” The track, from the soundtrack to the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, crowns the Adult R&B Airplay list dated Dec. 24. It’s her first No. 1 — and top 10 — on the chart and her ninth charting song on the list to date.

“Lift” jumps from No. 3 after a 24% surge in plays that made it the most-played song on U.S. monitored adult R&B stations in the week ending Dec. 18, according to Luminate. Thanks to the double-digit improvement, the new champ captures the weekly Greatest Gainer honor for the biggest increase in plays among the chart’s 30 titles.


Oscars 2023: Rihanna, Taylor Swift & Lady Gaga Make Original Song Shortlist


“Lift” seizes the throne from Jazmine Sullivan’s “Hurt Me So Good,” displacing the latter after two weeks in charge. “Hurt” is pushed 1-2, despite a 5% gain in plays at the format.

With “Lift,” Rihanna registers her first Adult R&B Airplay…

Continue reading…

Previous articleLISTEN: Ravenscoon Delivers Hard-Hitting New “Collide” EP via WAKAAN
Next articleUncut’s Best Reissues & Compilations Of 2022