"I'm On One," DJ Khaled's latest all-star rap opus, notches the producer his third top 10 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart as it moves 21-10 on this week's tally.
The posse cut, which features Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Drake, garners 16.4 million listener impressions, up 53% from last week. In its third week on the chart, "I'm On One" has scored the fastest rise to the top 10 since Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" in 2008. Khaled's next full-length, "We the Best Forever," will be released July 19 after originally being slated for June 28.
Meanwhile, Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" continues ruling the airwaves as it slides onto the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at No. 100. The singer, who announced the cancellation of her remaining U.S. tour dates due to laryngitis today (June 3), saw the first single from sophomore album "21" receive over a dozen spins each from San Francisco station KBLX and KMEL. The track still sits atop the Hot 100 and Mainstream Top 40 charts, and stays at No. 18 on the Rock Songs chart.