Doja Cat collects her second top 10 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart as her new single “Streets” climbs 11-7 on the list dated Feb. 13. The song continues its upward ascent after its initial breakthrough on Tik Tok. “Streets” traces its strength to the streaming sector, where the single drew 18.7 million U. S streams in the latest tracking week ending Feb. 4, according to MRC Data, an 18% improvement from its previous weekly total 16. 1 million clicks. The sum keeps “Streets” at No. 2 on both the R&B/Hip Hop Streaming Songs and R&B Streaming Songs charts, behind SZA’s “Good Days” on each list. On the all-genre Streaming Songs list, “Streets” advances 4-3. As streams rise, so do sales of the single. “Streets” registered 4,000 downloads in the week ending Feb. 4, up 94% from the prior tracking week. The near-double weekly total pushes the track 18-10 on R&B/Hip Hop Digital Songs Sales. Airplay for the song is nonexistent, with minimal chart activity deriving from the radio sector as “Streets” was an unplanned single that gained traction through users on Tik Tok and social media apps. Given the new attention though, Doja Cat’s record company, Kemosabe/RCA, will officially promote the single to R&B and hip hop radio stations beginning Feb. 23. “Streets” gained attention through its role in the silhouette challenge on Tik Tok, in which users mashup the song with Paul Anka’s “Put Your Head On My Shoulder.” The challenge has ignited the app, with videos tagged #silhouette clocking 655 million views as of Feb. 10. Several celebrities have participated in the frenzy, with Chloe Bailey, Cardi B, Lizzo and Doja Cat herself among them. “Streets” appears on Doja Cat’s album “Hot Pink”, which was released in 2019. Thanks to the activity surrounding “Streets”, the album re-enters the top 10 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart as it rises 11-9 in its 57th week on the list. The No. 9 rank is just one spot below its peak position, No. 8, which it achieved in May 2020.