Doja Cat’s ‘Planet Her’ Joins Elite Company With Fifth Top 5 Hit on Pop Airplay Chart

Doja Cat‘s album Planet Her produces a fifth top five hit on Billboard‘s Pop Airplay chart, as “Get Into It (Yuh)” ascends from No. 7 to No. 5 on the list dated July 9.

With the climb, the set becomes just the seventh album to have generated at least five top five Pop Airplay hits, dating to the chart’s October 1992 inception. It’s the first album to earn the honor this decade, and the first since Taylor Swift’s 1989 in 2014-15.

(The Pop Airplay chart reflects total weekly plays, as tabulated by Luminate, among its reporting panel of nearly 150 mainstream top 40 stations.)

Planet Her, Doja Cat’s third album, debuted at its No. 2 high, her best career rank, on the Billboard 200 in July 2021 and has spent its first 53 weeks on the chart in the top 25. The LP, released on Kemosabe/RCA Records, ranks at No. 19 on the latest list and has earned 2.1 million equivalent album units in the U.S. over its run on the ranking.

“Get” follows Planet Her‘s “Kiss Me More,” featuring SZA (No. 1 for one week on Pop Airplay in July 2021); “You Right,” with The Weeknd (No. 5 peak, November); “Need to Know” (No. 1, one week, this February); and “Woman” (No. 1, two weeks, April).

With the coronation of “Woman,” the set became one of only 13 albums to have yielded at least three Pop Airplay No. 1s.

Says Erik Bradley, assistant program director/music director at Pop Airplay reporter WBBM-FM (B96) Chicago, of Planet Her‘s hits, “Doja just found the right gear and delivered mass-appeal mega-smashes.”

Here’s a look at the select seven albums that have each spun off at least five top five Pop Airplay hits. (Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream boasts a record six top five singles – all No. 1s – on the survey.)

Albums With Five or More Top Five Pop Airplay Hits:

Artist, Album, No. 1s, Year(s):

Kelly Clarkson, Breakaway: “Breakaway” (No. 2); “Since U Been Gone” (No. 1, seven weeks); “Behind These Hazel Eyes” (No. 2); “Because of You” (No. 1, four weeks); “Walk Away” (No. 5), 2004-06

*”Breakaway” was first released on the soundtrack to The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement and subsequently as the Breakaway title track

Justin Timberlake, FutureSex/LoveSounds: “SexyBack” (No. 1, five weeks); “My Love” (feat. T.I.; No. 1, four weeks); “What Goes Around…Comes Around” (No. 1, one week); “Summer Love” (No. 1, four weeks); “LoveStoned” (No. 4), 2006-07

Fergie, The Dutchess, “London Bridge” (No. 4); “Fergalicious” (No. 2); “Glamorous” (feat. Ludacris; No. 2); “Big Girls Don’t Cry” (No. 1, eight weeks); “Clumsy” (No. 2), 2006-08

Rihanna, Good Girl Gone Bad, “Umbrella” (feat. Jay-Z; No. 2); “Hate That I Love You” (feat. Ne-Yo; No. 3); “Don’t Stop the Music” (No. 3); “Take a Bow” (No. 1, three weeks); “Disturbia” (No. 1, three weeks), 2007-08

*The latter two songs were added to the album, originally released in 2007, for its June 2008 expanded reissue

Katy Perry, Teenage Dream: “California Gurls” (feat. Snoop Dogg; No. 1, seven weeks); “Teenage Dream” (No. 1, four weeks); “Firework” (No. 1, four weeks); “E.T.” (feat. Kanye West; No. 1, six weeks); “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” (No. 1, six weeks); “The One That Got Away” (No. 1, one week), 2010-12

Taylor Swift, 1989: “Shake It Off” (No. 1, two weeks); “Blank Space” (No. 1, six weeks); “Style” (No. 1, three weeks); “Bad Blood” (feat. Kendrick Lamar; No. 1 five weeks); “Wildest Dreams” (No. 1, two weeks), 2014-15

Doja Cat, Planet Her: “Kiss Me More” (feat. SZA; No. 1, one week); “You Right” (with The Weeknd; No. 5); “Need to Know” (No. 1, one week); “Woman” (No. 1, two weeks); “Get Into It (Yuh)” (No. 5, to-date), 2021-22

Meanwhile, as “Get” becomes Doja Cat’s fifth top five Pop Airplay hit from Planet Her, and her seventh overall, she jumps 17-12 on the chart as featured on Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song).” She’s also bubbling under the tally with her own “Vegas,” from the Elvis soundtrack, which launches at No. 1 on the Soundtracks chart. RCA is officially promoting the song, which interpolates Presley’s classic “Hound Dog,” to pop radio as of July 11.