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G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha Rule Pop Songs Chart With 'Me, Myself & I'

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G-Eazy attends his album listening party for "When It's Dark Out" at The Lyric Theatre on Nov. 17, 2015 in West Hollywood, Calif.  

Each artist tops the airplay tally for the first time.

G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha jump from No. 4 to No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart (dated April 23) with "Me, Myself & I." (The song dethrones another song with "myself" in its title: Selena Gomez's "Hands to Myself," which took over at No. 1 last week and this week dips to No. 5.)

Rapper G-Eazy and singer Rexha each earn their first trip to the top of Pop Songs. "Me, Myself & I" is G-Eazy's first Pop Songs entry. His second, Grace's "You Don't Own Me," on which he's featured, lifts 37-31 in its second week.

Rexha has made five visits to the chart, starting with her featured turn on Cash Cash's "Take Me Home," which reached No. 14 in 2014. Until this week, she'd risen as high as No. 2 as featured, with Nicki Minaj and Afrojack, on David Guetta's "Hey Mama" last summer. Rexha also co-wrote Eminem's four-week 2013-14 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 "The Monster," featuring Rihanna (as well as "Mama" and her new chart leader).

Meanwhile, three tracks debut on Pop Songs, led by Sia's "Cheap Thrills," featuring Sean Paul, at No. 35. Rihanna's "Kiss It Better" starts at No. 36, marking her record-extending 43rd Pop Songs hit, dating to the chart's 1992 inception; Britney Spears and Chris Brown rank second with 34 entries each, followed by Mariah Carey (31) and Pitbull (30). Daya's "Sit Still, Look Pretty" also debuts, at No. 40.

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