Chris Brown‘s “No Guidance” continues to dominate the summer as it tops Billboard‘s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.

The Drake-assisted cut ascends from number three to the top of the summit after spending 10 weeks on the tally. The feat accounts for Breezy’s eighth R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay entry, and now ties the global star with JAY-Z, R. Kelly and Alicia Keys for the fourth-most number ones among all artists on the chart.

Drake, on the other hand, extends his reign as the leader of the pack, with “No Guidance” accounting for his 26th chart-topper on the tally. Following closely behind the Toronto artist is Usher at 15, Lil Wayne at 12, and Beyoncé and Rihanna, both with seven.

Brown checks into the penthouse for the first time in four years, since he was featured on Meek Mill’s “All Eyes on You,” which led for one week in 2015. As a solo act, however, Brown previously visited the summit nearly five years ago with “New Flame,” featuring Usher and Rick Ross.

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