Rihanna bounds up the chart with "American Oxygen" after its music video premieres, while Wiz Khalifa crowns the survey with a soundtrack hit. Plus, Nick Jonas' "Jealous" earns a second run in the Top 10!
Latin Airplay welcomes a new No. 1 as Wisin & Carlos Vives jump 4-1 with “Nota de Amor,” featuring Daddy Yankee. The crowning hike gives Vives his 10th No. 1 on the list, putting him in an eight-way tie for fourth most topping tracks. Wisin grabs his third No. 1 as a solo act, and a career 13 No. 1s including the 10 achieved as part of the urban duo Wisin & Yandel.
Even though "Uptown Funk!" has slipped out of the No. 1 slot on the Billboard Hot 100 (after a historic 14 weeks), the song continues to notch new chart feats. Mark Ronson’s track, which features Bruno Mars, steps 2-1 on Adult R&B Songs to score each artist their first No. 1 on the airplay chart. A three percent gain in plays at the format pushes the track to the top, following a steady 12-week climb, according to Nielsen Music. The rise knocks Kem's "Nobody" to No. 2, after a nine-week No. 1 run.
Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly" flutters past the half-million sales mark, Taylor Swift's "1989" becomes 2015's first million-selling album, Brian Wilson returns to the chart, Lee Brice bolts up the tally, and Cassandra Wilson earns her best sales week since 2006.