Rhythmic Songs Chart

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The Rhythmic Songs Chart is a monitored airplay chart in Billboard Magazine. The chart tracks the 40 most popular singles being played on 68 monitored rhythmic radio stations in the United States.[1] Arbitron sometimes calls it rhythmic contemporary hit radio[2] The chart was introduced on October 3, 1992, with "End of The Road" by Boyz II Men as the first number-one single.

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  1. Chart Legend from Billboard
  2. "Arbitron: Blacks increased their listening of Urban Adult Contemporary format". Target Market News Inc. Retrieved 31 August 2015.

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