Production collective Internet Money earns its first No. 1 single as artists on Billboards’ s Rhythmic Songs airplay chart as “Lemonade”, a collaboration with Gunna that also features Don Toliver and Nav, ascends from No. 2-1 on the list dated Nov. 28. The collaboration reaches the summit thanks to its 6% boost in plays at the radio format in the week ending Nov. 22, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. Internet Money is lead by songwriters/producers Nick Mira, 20, and Taz Taylor, 28, who have contributed to a string of pop, R&B and hip hop hits in recent years. Notably, both men have already claimed No. 1s as producers and writers on the Rhythmic Songs chart. The pair co-wrote and co-produced with others Lil Tecca’s “Ran$om”, which ruled for one week last year, while Mira also produced and co-wrote Juice WRLD’s “Lucid Dreams”, another one week champ, in 2018. With both men sharing writing and production credits on “Lemonade”, Mira adds a third Rhythmic Songs No. 1 as a writer and producer, while Taylor nets his second in both capacities. Gunna, meanwhile, scores his second No. 1 after his special guest appearance on Chris Brown’s “Heat.” That track reigned for one week in 2018. Nav and Don Toliver each post a first Rhythmic Songs No. 1. In addition to its Rhythmic Songs coronation, “Lemonade” skips 21-14 on the R&B/Hip Hop Airplay chart through a 15% surge to 8.6 million in audience in the week ending Nov. 22. The track also holds at No. 34 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, though it adds 20% in weekly plays at the format. “Lemonade” is taken from Internet Money’s latest album “B4 The Storm”, which debuted at No. 6 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart and No. 10 on the Billboard 200 in September.