Billboard released its long-awaited end-year charts and Rihanna’s multiple collaborations and ANTI secured her position on many of those charts. Even though, Rihanna did not release an album since ANTI (January 2016), she was still one of the most popular artists in 2017. This year only she was featured on four totally different
N.E.R.D’s return single, with Rihanna, marks the act’s first-ever Hot 100 entry, debuting at No. 65. The song is so far a stand-alone track; N.E.R.D (Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shay Haley) last hit the Billboard 200 albums chart in 2010 with the No. 21-peaking Nothing. Lemon launches at No.
After piling up record after record (musically and achievement-wise) on Billboard‘s Pop Songs radio airplay chart, Rihanna reigns as the No. 1 artist over the first 25 years of the survey, which began with the list dated Oct. 3, 1992. Notably, Rihanna has reached historic heights despite having arrived on the chart more than halfway through
Desperado is Rihanna’s fifth No. 1 of 2017, seventh from ANTI, and 32nd total leader. Rihanna makes history with Desperado Rihanna rocks the summit of Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart (dated Oct. 14) for the fifth time in 2017, a new high in a calendar year among all acts, as Desperado rises 2-1. Rihanna
Kendrick Lamar’s Loyalty., featuring Rihanna, lifts 2-1 on the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (dated Sept. 30). The collaboration gains by 5 percent in spins in the week ending Sept. 17, according to Nielsen Music. With the move, Kendrick collects his second No. 1 hit on the chart among 17 entries to date.
Another platinum certification for Rihanna. Wild Thoughts, a DJ Khaled, Rihanna and Bryson Tiller’s song was certified double platinum in the United States just two months after its release (2,000,000 units). In case you forgot, the music video for Wild Thoughts is nominated in three categories at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards that
DJ Khaled earns his first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart (dated Aug. 26), as Wild Thoughts, featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, rises 3-1. The song, at its No. 2 Billboard Hot 100 high for a fifth week, was remixed for clubs by Bee’s Knees, Dave Aude and Medasin, among others. The track is