Lucky Daye’s ‘That’s You’ Hits No. 1 on Adult R&B Airplay Chart

It’s Lucky Daye’s winning week on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart as the singer achieves his first No. 1 in a lead role with “That’s You.” The song, released on Keep Cool/RCA Records and co-written by Bruno Mars, advances from the runner-up spot to rule the list dated July 13, although it declined 4% in plays for the tracking week of June 28 – July 4, according to Luminate.


Despite the drop, “That’s You” becomes the most-played song on U.S.-monitored adult R&B stations as last week’s champ, Keith Sweat’s “Lay You Down,” sank 18% in plays for the tracking week.

While “That’s You” gives Lucky Daye (born David Brown) his first champ in a lead role, the singer-songwriter previously topped the list thanks to his and Khalid’s featured spots on Alicia Keys’ “Come for Me (Unlocked).” The single ruled Adult R&B Airplay for two weeks in June 2023.

Beyond the pair of chart-toppers, Lucky Daye claims two more top 10s on Adult R&B Airplay, from six total career appearances. His debut entry, “Roll Some Mo,” climbed to No. 8 in April 2019, while his supporting turn on Earth, Wind & Fire’s “You Want My Love,” resulted in a No. 2 peak in November 2021.

In addition to Lucky Daye, the “That’s You” triumph also boosts the Adult R&B Airplay achievements for two of its co-creators, Bruno Mars and D’Mile. The two produced the track and co-wrote it alongside Lucky Daye, Mike “Hunnid” McGregor and Austin Brown. As an artist, Mars has become an Adult R&B Airplay staple in the last few years, with eight No. 1s from 2015 – 2022 thanks to his solo output and as one-half of Silk Sonic, his duo with Anderson .Paak. Producer and songwriter D’Mile, meanwhile, continues his standing as one of R&B’s steady hitmakers, composing 10 top two Adult R&B Airplay hits since 2019.

Elsewhere, “That’s You” advances 19-17 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, which ranks songs by combined audience totals from adult R&B and mainstream R&B/hip-hop radio stations. There, the song enjoys its two-spot gain despite a 5% slide to 5 million in total audience, from 5.3 million in the previous week.

“That’s You” appears on Lucky Daye’s latest album, Algorithm, which was released on June 28.

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