It seems that there’s no stopping DeJ Loaf’s journey towards the Hip Hop heavens.
Epic news below…
The rapper’s contribution to Kid Ink‘s ‘Be Real‘ has pushed the song 12 spots higher than it was last week on the Official R&B Singles Chart in the U.K.
The jam dropped before she hits the road with Tinashe and Nicki Minaj on the latter’s ‘The Pinkprint Tour’ and following the unveiling of her contemporary Hip-Hop classic ‘Try Me.’
Rihanna makes moves on the same chart.
For, as Loaf’s ‘Real’ sits at #25 the ‘Music of the Sun’ singer’s ‘Bitch Better Have Money’ rises one spot to claim the #16 position this week, doing so as it serves as a buzz single for her forthcoming eighth studio album, nicknamed ‘R8.’
The album has unfairly been christened ‘RL8’ by some of the star’s detractors as her fans had been expecting it to drop in the fourth quarter of 2014 even though the singer is yet to announce a release date for the Pop set.
Fortunately, the good news doesn’t end there.
The Official Singles Chart had this to say about Jason Derulo’s success in its market:
Despite some stiff competition at the midweek stage from Deorro & Chris Brown’s Five More Hours, Jason Derulo’s 57,000 combined chart sales (including 2.11 million streams) over the last seven days keeps Want To Want Me in pole position on the tally for a fourth consecutive week.
Want To Want Me is the fourth track this year to spend at least four weeks at the top – current record-holder for 2015 is Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk, which managed six consecutive weeks at the start of the year.