Also, Chris Brown earns 40th top 10 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart
Drake and Future each earn a No. 1 on Rap Airplay (chart dated Jan. 23) with “Jumpman,” the lead single from their collaborative album What A Time To Be Alive. The track reaches the top of the chart (up 11 percent in audience in the week ending Jan. 10, according to Nielsen Music) following a 14-week climb. It's Drake’s 22nd chart leader (extending his record for most No. 1s on the chart), while Future scores his first crowning visit.
Chris Brown’s 40th Top 10: Chris Brown lands his 40th top 10 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay as “Back to Sleep” hops 11-9 in its eighth week on the chart. Brown becomes only the third artist to have as many top 10s on the chart -- Drake leads the list with 48, followed by Lil Wayne (45). The climb at radio aids in a 21-17 rise on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.