The track from the repeat collaborators gains in airplay and sales, climbing 14-12 on the Radio Songs chart with 66 million in all-format audience in the tracking week (up 8 percent), according to Nielsen Music, and 30-27 on Digital Songs (29,000 downloads sold, up 2 percent).
As previously reported, Drake has now spent 49 consecutive weeks in the Hot 100’s top 10, currently ranking at No. 7 with his former 10-week leader “One Dance” (featuring WizKid and Kyla). (Both “Too Good” and “One Dance” are from his album Views.)
He passes Ace of Base’s 48-week streak in 1993-94, breaking a tie for second place, and now trails only Katy Perry (69 weeks, 2010-11) for the most weeks logged consecutively in the top 10 in the Hot 100’s history.