Chart Moves: Mariah Carey Moves Up In R&B/Hip-Hop Songs History; Florida Georgia Line Sets Record; Jennifer Lopez Returns
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As previously reported, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis tally a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Can't Hold Us," featuring Ray Dalton. Who else can hold their head high with noteworthy moves on the Hot 100 and other song charts this week?
-- Mariah Carey: As it debuts at No. 24 on the Hot 100, "#Beautiful," featuring Miguel, becomes the 27th top 10 hit for Mariah Carey on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, where the song catapults 39-7. Carey was tied with Whitney Houston (26 top 10s) for the fourth-most top 10s all-time for a female but now claims the position all to herself. Ahead of Carey on the list are Aretha Franklin (52 top 10s), Dinah Washington (35) and Janet Jackson (31). ("All-time" refers to the chart's earliest incarnation in 1942 as the "Harlem Hit Parade.")
"#Beautiful" joins Justin Timberlake's "Suit & Tie," featuring Jay-Z, Lil Wayne's "Love Me," featuring Drake and Future, and Drake's "Started from the Bottom" as the fastest-rising songs of 2013, all having reached the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs top 10 in their second weeks.
-- Nicki Minaj: While Carey ups her total of career Hot 100 hits to 45 with the bow of "#Beautiful," fellow "American Idol" judge this past season Minaj passes her by charting two debuts, pushing her sum to 46 career Hot 100 visits. Minaj arrives as a featured act on Carly Rae Jepsen's "Tonight I'm Getting Over You," new at No. 90, and Rich Gang's "Tapout" (No. 100).
Notably, Carey has sported lead billing on 43 of her 45 charted titles (96%); Minaj has served as lead on 17 of her 46 (37%), as rappers regularly chart in featured roles.
-- Florida Georgia Line: The duo garners the highest weekly audience since Country Airplay converted from a plays-based chart to an audience-based ranking in January 2005, as "Get Your Shine On" draws 40.7 million impressions, according to Nielsen BDS, in its second week at No. 1. The sum bests the prior mark, established when Toby Keith stacked 40.6 million (Aug. 13, 2005) amid a six-week reign with "As Good as I Once Was."
Aiding many currently-charting country songs' reach, New York City's new country outlet WNSH (Nash FM 94.7) was recently added as a Country Airplay panelist. The station accounted for 811,000 audience impressions for "Shine" in the May 6-12 BDS tracking week, the fourth-highest total among the 129 stations that report to the tally, all of which played the song last week.
On Hot Country Songs, "Shine" spends a fourth consecutive week at its No. 5 peak, while the pair's breakout hit "Cruise" logs an 11th week on top.
-- Lana Del Rey: The soundtrack to "The Great Gatsby" launches at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, helping spur its lead single, Del Rey's "Young and Beautiful," to a 95-59 vault on the Hot 100 with Digital Gainer honors. The track charges 47-19 on Hot Digital Songs (77,000 downloads sold, up 94%, according to Nielsen SoundScan).
After seven prior tries, Del Rey scores her first top 10 on Hot Rock Songs, where "Young" jumps 13-9.
-- Jennifer Lopez: The diva returns to the Hot 100, as "Live It Up," featuring Pitbull, begins at No. 73. While the song marks her 23rd Hot 100 entry, dating to her maiden appearance with the five-week No. 1 "If You Had My Love" in 1999, it's her first on RedOne's 2101 imprint and the Capitol Records label. Her new single starts on Digital Songs at No. 43 (43,000) and Mainstream Top 40 at No. 33.
"Live" is Lopez and Pitbull's third charted collaboration, with a release from the tandem having become somewhat of an annual rite of spring. "On the Floor" rose to No. 3 in May 2011 and "Dance Again" reached No. 17 a year ago this month.
-- Danielle Bradbery: The contender on NBC's "The Voice" snares the Hot Shot Debut on Hot Country Songs at No. 25, and starts on the Hot 100 at No. 92, with her cover of "Maybe It Was Memphis." Pam Tillis took the original version to No. 3 on Hot Country Songs in 1992 years ago, marking one of her 13 top 10s on the survey.
In addition to "Voice" voters and consumers who purchased the track, another fan of Bradbery's version of "Memphis"? Tillis. She recently Tweeted about Bradbery, "I'm proud of her. This song is not easy to sing. I should know."
Additional reporting by Wade Jessen and Rauly Ramirez