Chris Brown Leads R&B/Hip-hop Charts After Having Two Longest Tracks On Billboard Charts

Chris Brown leads Billboard H&B Airplay, making history with his songs, such as "Go Crazy" and "No Guidance" with Drake's collaboration, obtaining several songs and keeping in the top 10, Chris brown is considered one of the artists to have more long tracks in the history of billboard after 28 years, his single "Go Crazy" has been making a lot of noise on the streets;


After being considered one of the most played songs on American radio, and continues to be, and now enters the history of billboard, overtaking song "Born" by the singer Miguel, being one of the tracks of the singer that elevated his musical career more, then afterwards the song "Sky Walker" with Travis Scott;

However, Chris brown has been hitting the billboard charts, with "Go Crazy" getting 24 weeks after peaking the third position on the Billboard Hot 100 last week. despite this, the song "No Guidance" is leading the top, having Drake's assistance in it, taking success to another level, since Chris is showing that he and the R&B leader have shown results to his fans , having two long songs in the charts, Chris hasn't forgotten to celebrate this good news with his fans, posting on his Instagram;


 

After that here is the list of the first 10 longest Liders, although it started in the 1992s according to Billboard  

27 weeks “No Guidance” Chris Brown with Drake's collaboration, between 2019 and 2020

24 weeks “Go Crazy”, Chris Brown & Young Thug, slime & B between 2020 and 2021 

23 weeks "Adorn", Miguel, between year 2012 to 2013

16 weeks, “Boo’d Up” Ella Mai,only in 2018 

15 weeks, "Be Without You", Mary J. Blige, 2006 

15 weeks, “Hotline Bling” Drake, between 2015 and 2016 

14 weeks, “We Belong Together”, Mariah Carey, 2005   

14 weeks, “Blame It”, Jamie Foxx with T-Pain, 2009  

14 weeks, "Pretty Wings", Maxwell, 2009

 

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