Offset & Don Toliver’s ‘Worth It’ Tops Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart

Offset and Don Toliver each score a career milestone on Billboard’s Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart as their collaboration “Worth It” reaches No. 1 on the list dated March 9. With the new champ, Offset achieves his first solo chart-topper in a leading role, while Don Toliver visits the summit for the first time in any capacity.


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“Worth It,” released on Motown/Capitol Records, ascends from No. 2 to the top slot after a 9% increase in plays that made it the most-played song on U.S. monitored mainstream R&B/hip-hop radio stations in the tracking week of Feb. 23 – 29, according to Luminate. The new No. 1 unseats Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me,” which spent four nonconsecutive weeks in charge.

With “Worth It,” Offset checks into the penthouse for the first time as a lead solo act. He’d previously taken the throne in a featured role on Tyga’s “Taste,” a two-week leader in 2018. As a member of Migos, Offset was part of two champs – the trio’s own “Bad and Boujee,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, which dominated for nine weeks in 2017, and as a guest on Gucci Mane’s “I Got the Bag,” with one-week at No. 1 later that same year.

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Toliver, meanwhile, claims his first No. 1 – before “Worth It,” the Houston-bred rapper/singer previously managed a No. 6 best through his and NAV’s supporting spots on Internet Money and Gunna’s “Lemonade” in 2021.

Elsewhere, “Worth It” steps 9-8 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 stations. There, the track registers 11.9 million in audience at the formats, a 6% gain from the prior week. On Rhythmic Airplay, it rises 7-6, with a 4% play increase, while it holds at its No. 4 high for a fifth consecutive week on Rap Airplay, though it added 3% in audience in the latest tracking window.

“Worth It” appears on Offset’s Set It Off album, which was released in October 2023. The set debuted at No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 5 on the all-genre Billboard 200, his third top-five project on both lists.


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