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Travis Scott regains the No. 1 spot BoardRhythmic Airplay Chart of “I Know?” November 25 tops the list. The single jumped from No. 3 to become the most played song on US monitored rhythmic radio stations for the week ending November 16, following a 10% increase in plays, according to Luminate.
“Yo lo se?” Doja Cat’s “Paint the Town Red” was removed from the top after seven weeks of exposure.
With New Champion, Travis Scott scored his eighth No. 1 Rhythmic Airplay and first of the 2020s decade, after scoring at least one No. 1 every year from 2016 to 2019. Here’s a recap of their chart-toppers:
Song Title, Artist (if other than Travis Scott), Weeks at No. 1, Date Reached No. 1
“Antidote,” Two, January 9, 2016
“Goosebumps,” One, April 8, 2017
“sky Walker,” Miguel featuring Travis ScottOne, February 3, 2018
“Sicko Mode,” Five, October 27, 2018
“Zeze,” Kodak Black features Travis Scott and OffsetOne, 12 January 2019
“Wake Up,” One, 13 July 2019
“The Loudest in the Room,” One, December 14, 2019
“I know?” One (to date), November 25, 2023
Elsewhere, “I know?” The single rises 26–22 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, following a 16% increase in weekly plays, and repeats at number 27 on the viewer-based R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. There, it improved 8% to 3.5 million in format viewers. The single is also climbing on Pop Airplay, peaking at number 31 (after peaking at number 29) but with a 3% increase in plays in the latest tracking week. Joint broadcast benefits across multiple formats “Do I Know?” 50-44 on the All Kind Radio Songs chart, where total viewers reached 15.1 million, up 14% from the previous week.
“Yo lo se?” Appears on Travis Scott’s latest studio album, utopiaWhich was released on 28th July. The Set, his first solo output since 2018, debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 and led the chart for four weeks – the most among the rapper’s albums.