Chris Brown may move at the speed of light when blazing the stage, but his latest hit is proving a textbook case of “slow and steady wins the race.”
Because, almost eight months after first cracking the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, ‘Go Crazy’ – the star’s collaborative bop with Young Thug – has reached a new peak on the coveted count.
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Already a seismic hit, the ‘Crazy’ received a boost during the latest tracking week courtesy of a remix featuring rappers Future, Mulatto, and Lil Durk.
With the original still garnering ample traction and the revitalized version adding to its performance, the song climbs from #8-#3 – which is a new peak (following its lengthy stay at its previous peak of #5).
It managed the feat fuelled by a 77.6 million radio audience, 13.2 million streams, and digital sales of 3,000.
(As has been the case with similar remixes from other acts, Future, Lil Durk and Mulatto are not credited on the song on the Hot 100, as the remix did not account for the lion-share of the song’s overall performance.)
Can the ‘Slime & B’ cut climb higher? Time will tell.
In the here and now, congrats!