While Doja Cat‘s breakthrough hit, ‘Say So,’ can only boast a singular week atop the Billboard Hot 100, the song’s domination at Pop Radio has extended for over a month.
Consistently racking up airtime from some of the top stations in the United States, those who thought the rising rapstress’ racism scandal would deter airplay were sadly mistaken as the Dr. Luke-crafted jam continued to best the performance of some of the day’s top hits on the format (as we reported here).
After six weeks of riding high atop the Pop Radio charts, however, week 7 saw ‘Say So’ say goodbye to the tally’s summit.
It may have taken Cat 13 weeks to climb to the top of Pop radio charts, but once there she sank her claws into the position for a whopping 6 weeks.
Now, equally slow-burning Pop hit, ‘Intentions’ (by Justin Bieber and Quavo), has ousted her from the position.
Look below to see who joins them in the top 10.
This Week’s Pop Radio Chart
“Pop Songs” chart is a Billboard airplay ranking based on the performance of the most popular songs being played on the leading panel of Top 40 radio stations in the United States.
This Week’s Overall Radio Chart (All Genres)
The “Radio Songs” chart (previously named Hot 100 Airplay) measures the airplay of songs being played on radio stations throughout the United States across all musical genres.
Its point of difference from the “Pop Songs” chart is that it is comprised of data from Top 40 stations as well as more genre-specific radio stations such as Urban, Country, Hip-Hop, and more.
Click here to see who joins Cat, Bieber, and Quavo on this week’s main Billboard singles chart – the Hot 100.