SZA collects her third No. 1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart in three years as “Kill Bill” jumps from No. 3 to guide the listing dated March 4. The brand new champ ascends after a 12% enhance in weekly performs that made it essentially the most performed track on U.S. monitored rhythmic radio stations within the week ending Feb. 23, in keeping with Luminate.
As “Kill Bill” conquers Rhythmic Airplay, it evicts Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage’s “Creepin” after its three-week streak.
“Kill Bill” places SZA atop Rhythmic Airplay for the third time in her profession. She first led via a featured spot on Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More,” a two-week champ in 2021, and returned to the summit along with her monitor “I Hate U,” which reigned for one week in 2022. Of the three leaders, “Kill Bill” has loved the quickest journey to the highest, with seven weeks wanted to attain the coronation. “Kiss Me More” required 10 weeks to achieve No. 1, whereas “I Hate U” arrived in its twelfth body.
“Kill Bill” seems on SZA’s SOS album, which was launched in December 2022. The set has captured 10 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart – a feat solely six different albums have achieved prior to now 10 years. Alongside its dad or mum album, “Kill Bill” is itself an across-the-board-hit, with seven weeks at No. 2 on the all-genre Billboard Scorching 100 chart.
Elsewhere, “Kill Bill” scales the Pop Airplay chart with a 7-6 improve after an 11% acquire in weekly performs, and, regardless of a 23-24 retreat on Grownup Pop Airplay, improved 26% in weekly performs. Within the R&B/hip-hop realm, the one dips 12-13 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay (down 1% in performs), climbs 20-16 on Grownup R&B Airplay (up 14% in performs) and holds at No. 12 on the general R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for a 3rd straight week.
The motion at rhythmic, pop and R&B/hip-hop radio helps “Kill Bill” keep its regular progress on the all-genre Radio Songs chart. On the brand new rating, the track rises 6-4 and added 11% in weekly viewers to achieve 71.5 million impressions for the week.