Chris Brown’s “Summer Too Hot” Hits No. 1 on Rhythmic Radio

Chris Brown‘s track, “Summer Too Hot,” has claimed the No. 1 spot on Mediabase’s rhythmic radio chart, dethroning Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice‘s “Barbie World.”

“Summer Too Hot” saw a surge of 187 additional spins this week, reaching an audience of 13 million. According to Mediabase, the song accumulated a total of 5,360 radio spins in the past week.

This achievement marks the R&B star’s second time topping this radio format, with his previous sleeper hit “Under the Influence” from the 2019 album Indigo (Extended).

“Summer Too Hot” also secured the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart for six consecutive weeks, making it his 13th chart-topper on this list.

On the Rhythmic Airplay chart, “Summer Too Hot” currently stands at No. 2 for the second consecutive week. The track is still behind “Barbie World,” which has now spent four weeks at the top.

As of this week, “Summer Too Hot” is positioned at No. 11 on urban radio and No. 37 on R&B radio. It also maintains its spot at No. 31 on the Mainstream Top 40 chart.

Earlier this month, the song debuted at an impressive No. 5 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart. As of now, it’s at No. 13 on this chart.

Furthermore, it’s holding strong at No. 6 on the Hot R&B Songs chart for the fifth consecutive week. It’s also No. 14 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart and No. 28 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for the second consecutive week.

On the Billboard Hot 100 chart, “Summer Too Hot” currently sits at No. 94 after initially debuting at No. 93.

Chris Brown Summer Too Hot video

“Summer Too Hot” was released on June 23 via Chris Brown Entertainment/RCA Records and serves as the lead single from Brown’s upcoming 11th album, 11:11, tentatively set to drop on Nov. 11.

In August, Brown released the official music video for “Summer Too Hot,” a dance-heavy visual paying tribute to a passionate summer in Los Angeles.

Regarding 11:11, Brown confirmed that the album will contain only 11 tracks. He expressed his desire for fans to truly miss him and take his art seriously, aiming to deliver the best listening experience.

11:11 follows Brown’s tenth studio album, Breezy, which garnered a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Album at the 65th Grammy Awards.