Chris Brown’s single “Deuces” may have hit the top of the Billboard Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart last week, but the breakup track has also conquered another chart. This week, “Deuces” sits atop the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, moving from No. 2 to 1 and scoring him his first No. 1 on that chart since 2006.
The Tyga and Kevin McCall-assisted track, which has spent nine weeks climbing towards the top of the chart, also ties for this year’s speediest ascent to No. 1 (Monica’s “Everything to Me” accomplished the same feat over the same period of time in April). It marks the third time that Breezy has held the crown on the chart, with previous chart-toppers including “Run It!” in 2005 and “Say Goodbye” in 2006.
“#1 single in the country and the #1 movie in the country. life has turned around for me.i couldnt be more happier. thanks to the fans,” he tweeted.
With his recent No. 1 smash and the success of his action film Takers, C.B. is capitalizing on his newfound accomplishments with his next single, “Calypso.” The Polow Da Don-produced track will be released soon.