How to help Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” chart high

Rihanna's alternate single covers for "Lift Me Up" via Rihanna.Store

Rihanna Navy! Today’s the final day of this week’s tracking week for all Billboard charts (ends Thursday at 11:59 PM ET). The single off of the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” soundtrack is doing great and is predicted to even go #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Here’s all you can do to help the song chart high:

Buy Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up”

The song is available to buy for $1.29 across different platforms including iTunes and Amazon. Make sure to buy the original and instrumental version of the song as each copy counts as one unit. Only one purchase per week will be counted, so you rather gift it to friends and family too, if you don’t own multiple payment methods yourself.

Please be aware that only US citizens will have an impact on the Billboard Hot 100. VPNs to change your location to the States do not count as they’re filtered out immediately.

Buy alternate covers at Rihanna.Store

Even Rihanna’s own fan shop powered by Merch Traffic offers digital copies of “Lift Me Up”. Three different covers are available for both the original song and its instrumental. Once you bought the song on the site, make sure to check your mails to redeem the purchase: Chose your format and download. If you miss any of these steps, the copy will not be counted. You will then receive a .zip-file with the audio track and artwork. Meanwhile it’s worth to mention that only one digital sale (for the same item) is allowed per week and per payment method. Buying all nine available items would equal nine units, but make sure to buy them all separately.

Since the shop is registered in the United States, some fans pointed out that these sales do count for the Billboard Hot 100 as long as you fill in an American address. The shop allows you to pay by Shop Pay, Paypal, Google Pay as well as all regular credit cards including Visa, Mastercard and Amex. At this point, Rihanna’s team even redirected her websites and directly to the shop.

Stream Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up”

“Lift Me Up” is available worldwide on all streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, Audiomack and Tidal. You can find all links here. Most countries include streaming numbers into the formula that result in the local Single Charts. However, many platforms noticed the trend of mass streaming and will register once you play a song on repeat. Even if you help her stats go up, these streams would not be counted for the charts. In order to prevent that, fans created different playlists and put other Rihanna songs in between several “Lift Me Up” tracks. Apparently, platforms count a song once it got played for atleast 30 seconds, but make sure that volume is atleast on 50% (hint: headphones work).

Check out a Spotify playlist here, an Apple Music one here.

Tune in to Navy’s “Lift Me Up” Streaming Parties on Stationhead

Several fans organised streaming parties on by now and there’s another one at 7PM EST tonight. Make sure to follow @RlHANNARADIO on Twitter to not miss any news and link. To be prepared, we’d advise you to register yourself on Stationhead first and connect the platform with a streaming service of your choice (e.g. Spotify or Apple Music). All streams will be counted for your own country, but due to the stream’s chat, it’s way more fun to listen to Rihanna’s music together. Tonight’s hosts will be @runwayrihbackup and @bardigangradio who will also be in charge of the playlist.

Watch Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up”

Rihanna’s YouTube account uploaded eight different videos for “Lift Me Up” with the full audio track in all of them. Make sure to keep these videos on rotation too. Did you watch the behind the scenes yet? Other videos include the audio track or instrumental and even a Wakandan lyric video.

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Request Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up”

Mediabase powers Billboard‘s airplay rankings since November 1st. Some insiders forecast that this new collaboration will have an impact on the Billboard Hot 100 formula too, as Mediabase, owned by iHeartMedia, operates in 180 radio markets across the United States and Canada. Some sources already confirmed that Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” broke three US radio records within not only week, so it’s safe to say that radio is loving the new song. Make sure to request the song at US radio stations by phone, mail, their website or social media. Check out @RihRadioRequest on Twitter for automated tweets that can be sent out to a bunch of radio stations with only two clicks!

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