J. Brown’s current single “My Whole Heart” has logged a third consecutive week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart.
“My Whole Heart” is now the longest-running chart-topper this year for SoNo Recording Group (SRG/ILS), the independent label founded by Claude Villani.
Previously, the song, co-produced by Carvin Haggins and Giancarlo “EVO” Evola, tied with “Take a Dose,” a song by Kenny Lattimore, J. Brown’s fellow labelmate, which held the top spot for two consecutive weeks.
“My Whole Heart” marked J. Brown’s first No. 1 hit on Adult R&B Airplay, climbing from No. 2 to the top spot during the week of Oct. 28. The song is now in its 16th week on the chart.
This week at R&B radio, J. Brown’s “My Whole Heart” drops to No. 2. It spent two weeks atop, beginning in mid-October.
J. Brown sent “My Whole Heart” to R&B radio stations prior to the release of his second album, The Art of Making Love, which was made available in late July. It debuted at No. 21 on the Adult R&B chart.
“When we created ‘My Whole Heart,’ we wanted to come up with a song that would show a woman how much she means to me,” shared J. Brown.
He continued, “It was something that we all felt was missing in R&B at the moment when we started this project. I wanted the person listening, to feel the raw emotions being delivered and I truly hope the song resonates with them.”
The Art of Making Love follows J. Brown’s 2022 debut album, Chapter & Verses, which included the top 10 hit “Don’t Rush” featuring Tank.
Listen to J. Brown’s single “My Whole Heart” below.