Chris Brown, Young Thug’s ‘Go Crazy’ Breaks Top 10 Billboard’s record
American talented singer, Chris Brown has broken Billboard’s record with a song titled “Go Crazy” which features Young Thug.
The track breaks records for the longest stay in the top 10 of Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart as the collaboration clocks a 32nd week in the tier on the list dated February 6.
“Go Crazy” repeats at its number seven rank from the previous week, though it slightly declines (down 2per cent) in plays in the week ending January 31, according to MRC Data.
With a 32nd week in the Rhythmic Airplay top 10, “Go Crazy” surpassed the previous longevity champ, Next’s “Too Close,” which achieved 31 weeks in the region in 1998.
Weeks in Top 10
“Go Crazy” was first released on the pair’s joint mixtape, Slime and B, on May 5, 2020, before its selection as the project’s lead single two weeks later.
The track debuted on Rhythmic Airplay at Number 29 on the chart dated May 30 and began its record-setting top 10 run in its sixth week, when it ascended 11 to seven.
In its 11th week, it peaked at Number one and secured Brown’s 12th leader on the radio ranking and Young Thug’s third chart-topper.
The back-to-back endurance of “No Guidance,” “Crazy” and (another Rhythmic Airplay No. 1) “Heat,” featuring Young Thug, which rose to the top between the two singles has reinvigorated Brown’s status as one of the format’s top acts to a level he has not attained in nearly seven years.
The aforementioned triple play of singles marked his first three consecutive Number ones as a lead act, while the streak also was his best string as lead performer since 2013-14, when he posted successive hits “Fine China” (No. 5), “Love More” (No. 3), “Loyal,” featuring Lil Wayne and French Montana or Too $hort and Tyga (No. 1, two weeks), “New Flame,” featuring Usher and Rick Ross (No. 1, one week) and “Ayo,” with Tyga (No. 2).