"After its release to radio followed by increasing digital sales" comma needed after 'radio'
As the song is no longer on any BB charts, you will need to remove this from the paragraph, and replace the current reference with  (this doesn't reference any appearance on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, though).
Replaced with Allmusic
Every chart position should be preceded by 'number' (eg number forty-six). You seem to have done this throughout the article, so you may have a reason. If so, please dispute this comment!
Well usually it depends on the user reviewing and sometimes I've been in reviews that allow so sometimes I forget.
"Although the song never officially went for adds on mainstream airplay" → Although the song was never officially added to mainstream airplay. Is there a reference for this (I doubt there is, but maybe a critic has remarked on this too)?
Well it cannot be "added" on mainstream airplay as each mainstream station adds separately. But this was derived from the lack of the song on lists of radio adds, but somehow it appeared on the Pop Songs chart. Candyo32 01:48, 18 November 2010 (UTC)
The top half of the image is fine, but does the bottom frame of the video add anything? It needs to be discussed somewhere, but I don't really see what is notable about that frame. You also misspelled Freddy Krueger in the caption.
Well I added it since Ludacris is the main artist and include him but the scene with Minaj in the dungeon is the video's highlight.
What about at the beginning, where he is on the film set - you discuss this? Adabow (talk · contribs) 02:10, 18 November 2010 (UTC)
"Two clips were filmed the original and for the remix." - rewrite
"Nicki Minaj plays a stylish Freddy Krueger" 'stylish'? Sounds POV.