She also becomes the first woman on the RCA record label to rule since 2014.
Doja Cat earns her first No. 1 on any Billboard radio chart as "Say So" advances from the runner-up spot on Rhythmic Songs. The single ascends through a 9% gain in plays in the week ending April 12, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The bubbly new No. 1 overtakes Doja Cat’s previous best, “Juicy,” featuring Tyga, which rose to No. 2 earlier this year.
With the coronation, “Say” marks the first Rhythmic Songs No. 1 for the Kemosabe imprint. The division, founded by producer Dr. Luke, previously posted a shared No. 2 high point with “Juicy” and Kesha’s 2010 smash, “Tik Tok.” In addition, “Say” secures the first leader by a female artist on the RCA record label since Tinashe’s “2 On,” featuring ScHoolboy Q, ruled for three weeks in August 2014.