‘Call Me Everyday’, Chris Brown’s collaboration with Wizkid, has debuted on the Hot 100 chart.


Chris Brown released his 10th studio album titled ‘Breezy’ on June 24.

The 24-track project featured Wizkid on ‘Call Me Everyday’, its sixth track released under RCA Records.

As of July 6, ‘Call Me Everyday’ is ranking in 76th place on the Hot 100 as a new entry.


With this, the song becomes Wizkid’s fourth entry on the highly coveted music chart.

Wizkid had previously cracked the chart with Drake’s 2016 hit single ‘One Dance’ which peaked at number one.

‘Call Me Everyday’ on Hot 100 as of July 6

He made another entry with Beyoncé’s ‘Brown Skin Girl’ which scored 76th place on the chart.


‘Essence’, a track off Wizkid’s last album featuring Tems and Justin Bieber, similarly peaked at number nine.

Chris Brown had previously collaborated with Wizkid on two other songs.

This includes the 2016 remix of ‘Shabba’ and the single ‘African Bad Gyal’ from Wizkid’s 2017 album.

Earlier speaking of his relationship with Wizkid, Chris Brown said: “[He] has been my friend for 15 years plus.


“Other than just being on the road with each other, we always have playful studio sessions where we make fun music, But this time we made a real record. And I feel like it’s dope.”

‘Wait For You’ on Hot 100 as of July 6

Tems retains 4th place with Future’s ‘Wait For You’

Tems is doing well herself, retaining the top five spot after a nine-week run on the Hot 100.

Future had collaborated with Drake and Tems for ‘Wait For You’, a track from his ninth album ‘I Never Liked You’.


As of July 6, ‘Wait For You’ is still ranking in fourth place, having earlier peaked at number one.

The song samples ‘Higher’, a track from Tem’s debut EP ‘For Broken Ears’ released in 2020.

Future, Drake, and Tems wrote ‘Wait For You’ with the producers FnZ (Finatik and Zac) and ATL Jacob.


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