Beyonce Passes Nicki Minaj for most Top 10 hits by a woman on mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop charts with “Top Off”. DJ Khaled’s “Top Off” featuring Jay-Z, Future, and Beyoncé has jumped into the top 10 of the Mainstream R&B/Hip Hop chart. The chart dated as of April 7 shows a 13 to 9 jump for the song. According to Nielsen Music the leap can be credited to a 14 percent increase in plays in the week ending April 1st.
As a result, the song clears the hurdle and banks Beyoncé her 30th top 10 and passes Nicki Minaj. Previously, Minaj held the record for the most top 10s among women since the chart began in 1993. Beyonce first hit the top 10 as featured on then-boyfriend Jay-Z’s “03 Bonnie and Clyde”. That record peaked at number 3 in 2002. However, among the superstar’s collection of top hits, 12 have climbed all the way to number one. Another record among women.
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Beyonce’s 30 top 10 hits place her seventh on the all-time list. She is only behind the likes of Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Jay-Z, Usher, and T.I. Drake leads the pack with an incredible 56 top 10 song. DJ Khaled has scored his 14th top 10 hit on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, while Future can add a 24th to his collection.
In other “Top Off” news, the song is continuing pace on the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (16-11 with a 16 percent increase in plays) and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. Up 18-15 with 12 million in audience, giving a boost of 9 percent.
SZA’s “Broken Clocks” also finds its way into the Top 10. This is SZA’s fourth top 10 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop as the song jumps from number 11 to 10. As a result, this shows 2 percent gain in plays for the week ending April 1st. Most noteworthy, “Clocks” is SZA’s third top 10 from her debut album, Ctrl.