Why is my song Recurrent on the Airplay Charts?

Why is my song Recurrent on the Airplay Charts?

Current/Recurrent/Gold Rules applied in BDSradio, BDSRealtime and Music Tracking for each airplay format.
  1.       Recurrent status is determined by the Billboard charts. See below for the Recurrent rules for each format.
  2.       If a song falls off a chart then 6 weeks later it is moved to Recurrent in the BDS system.
  3.       One year after going Recurrent, songs are moved to Gold status.
  4.       If a song has not charted on the official Billboard chart it is moved to Gold status within the BDS system after two years.        
For more information on these concepts see What do Current, Recurrent and Gold mean?

Billboard Recurrent Rules for Airplay Charts:
Songs move to Recurrent status on Airplay charts after a set number of weeks on the chart if below a specified position on that chart. Billboard takes momentum on a chart into consideration when determining Recurrent status so exceptions are made for songs that are still experiencing an increase in airplay.
  1. Triple A - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  2. Adult Contemporary - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  3. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent
  4. Adult Top 40 - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  5. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  6. Mainstream Rock - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  7. Songs below position #10 with more than 52 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  8. Country - Songs below position #10 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  9. Christian AC - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  10. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  11. Gospel - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  12. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  13. Alternative - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  14. Adult R&B - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  15. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  16. Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  17. Songs below position #10 with more than 26 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  18. Latin Airplay - Songs below position #20 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  19. Latin Pop - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  20. Songs below position #10 with more than 52 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  21. Regional Mexican - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  22. Songs below position #10 with more than 52 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  23. Tropical - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  24. Songs below position #10 with more than 52 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  25. Mainstream Top Forty - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.
  26. Rhythmic - Songs below position #15 with more than 20 weeks on the chart move to Recurrent.







    • Related Articles

    • What do the terms Current, Recurrent, and Gold mean?

      BDS identifies Current, Recurrent and Gold (CRG) titles in reports. This provides quick insights into playlists. CRG categorization is subjective and each radio station Program Director has his/her own rules for defining CRG. BDS applies its rules ...
    • How can I see which stations report to the Billboard airplay charts?

      To see which radio stations and network channels report to the Billboard airplay charts: In BDSradio go to Charts/Panels: Choose the chart you're interested in: In BDSradio from Charts/Format Chart you can also click on the number of stations ...
    • What are the chart rules for the Billboard airplay charts for Mexico?

      There are four airplay charts for Mexico available in BDSradio. Go to Charts / Format Chart / Mexico. Please contact music.support@mrcentertainment.com if you do not have access to Mexico in BDSradio. All Billboard Mexico airplay charts are based on ...
    • How can I find out where a song peaked on the airplay charts?

      In BDSradio many reports have a "Peak Chart Rank" column. Hover over the number in that column to see all of the Billboard airplay charts that a song has appeared on with "Peak Rank" and the "Peak Rank Date". "Peak Rank Date" shows the Sunday end ...
    • What is BDSradio?

      BDSradio is the single resource for streaming, sales and airplay data at the U.S. and Canada national and local-market levels, delivering a complete overview of music consumption.