Chris Brown strikes again. Less than a month since releasing his ’90s-sampled single “Undecided,” the R&B superstar claims another top 10 single on urban radio.
The Avedon and Scott Storch-produced track replaces “You” by Jacquees at No. 10 with 3,324 radio spins and a total of more than 17 million urban radio listeners. This recent radio victory gives Brown his first top 10 single on urban radio since 2017’s”Pill and Automobiles.” He neared the top 10 with “Tempo” last spring but only peaked at No. 12.
Brown’s recent radio success could put another notch under his belt. If airplay gains push “Undecided” into the top 10 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, it will extend his record for the most top 10 logs for a male R&B act. He currently has 46 top 10 hits to his credit.
Brown previously dropped the official version of “Who Dis.” He is working on his ninth album, Indigo, which is expected to arrive later this year through his new license agreement with RCA Records.