In a remarkable display of musical prowess, Teejay’s latest hit, “Drift,” has made a strong entry onto multiple Billboard airplay charts, underscoring the artist’s growing influence in the music industry.
“Drift” marks its return to the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart at a commendable #41 position. This achievement is further complemented by its debut at #37 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Demonstrating its cross-genre appeal, the track also climbed on the Rhythmic Top 40 Airplay chart, moving up from #36 to #33.
While Teejay’s “Drift” enjoys these chart successes, Byron Messia’s “Talibans,” featuring Burna Boy, navigates a different path. On the US Afrobeats Songs chart, “Talibans” ascends slightly from #8 to #7. In Nigeria, the song’s original version makes an impressive jump from #88 to #76 in its 15th week on the Hot 100 chart. However, it faced a decline in other airplay charts, including exiting the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and slipping positions in the Rap Airplay and Rhythmic Airplay charts.
In other chart news, the Billboard Reggae Albums chart continues to be dominated by legendary acts. Bob Marley and the Wailers’ “Legend” maintains its top position, marking an extraordinary 200 non-consecutive weeks at #1. Other stalwarts like Shaggy, Sean Paul, and UB40 also continue to hold significant positions on the chart, showcasing the enduring appeal of their music. Stick Figure also makes a notable presence with three albums in the top ten.
Teejay’s recent achievements on the Billboard charts signify his growing stature in the music world, promising more exciting developments in his career.