Lat makes top 10 for second time signboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it re-entered at No. 6 following a featured remix featuring Cardi B as “Put It On the Floor Again”.
Thanks to the new version released on June 2nd, the track soared to one of the genre’s top three weekly sales and streams. (Both the song’s original Rat version, “Put It On Da Floor” and its remix featuring Cardi B, “Put It On Da Floor Again,” are both tracked and charted. Combined into one entry for the purpose, as the Cardi B version has the majority of the activity, with its billing and title.)
Released on Streamcut/RCA Records, “Put It On The Floor Again” garnered 17.2 million official streams in the United States in the week ending June 8, according to Luminate, surpassing the previous week’s record. 342% increase from 3.9 million times. With eight-figure growth, it debuted at #3 on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs. On the sales market, the single sold her 13,000 copies, enough to move her to number two in R&B/Hip-Hop digital song sales. The arrival of the remix also reinvigorated radio momentum, with weekly viewership up 135% to 5.3 million in the week ending June 8.
Rat has revived the current single with a new remix after the previous pre-remix version peaked at number 43. The song secured her a top 10 entry in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs category for the second time in her career. Her first song, “Big Energy,” peaked at number one for two weeks in April 2022 and spent 45 weeks on the list, making it the longest song by a woman of the decade of the 2020s. rice field.
Meanwhile, Cardi B has her 19th Top 10 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, her first since assisting another female rapper, Glorilla, who peaked at No. 3 on her remix of “Tomorrow 2.” . The superstar rapper complained on social media: Celebrating the “Put It On Da Floor Again” movement and her surge in response, she shared a video of herself slapping several times with her butt exposed under her minidress. . “You did it!!!” Then put it on the floor!!,” she captioned the post.
Elsewhere, “Put It On The Floor Again” debuted at No. 3 on the Hot Rap Songs chart and No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 for all genres.