Jam & Lewis have made it to No. 10 on R&B radio this week with “Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart)” featuring Mariah Carey. The wistful and poetic cut tallies over 4.5 million listener impressions.
The legendary songwriting and production duo’s latest chart move on this format becomes their second-best as lead artist, having secured a top-five single for the Babyface-assisted jam “He Don’t Know Nothin’ Bout It.”
With respect to Carey, “Somewhat Loved” recent visit to the top 10 is her first since 2018’s ballad “With You.” The Caution single peaked inside the top five on R&B radio, then known as urban adult contemporary (urban AC) radio.
If “Somewhat Loved” rises to the top 10 on the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay chart this tracking week (August 28), it will mark Jam & Lewis’ second as lead performers and Carey’s 15th.
“Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart)” appears Jam & Lewis’ debut album Jam & Lewis, Volume One. The LP features Mary J. Blige, Usher, Toni Braxton, Heather Headley, Sounds of Blackness, Charlie Wilson, and more.
The eminent pair premiered the lyric video for “Do It Yourself” featuring Usher on Rated R&B.
In Carey-related news, she launched new liqueur brand called Black Irish.