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I.B. BAD ON A VIBRANT BUT BIFURCATED MARKETPLACE
What's growth got to do with it? (1/19a)
BRUCE GIVES OBAMA
A SEND-OFF SHOW
How fitting is that? (1/19a)
BBC RADIO 1 HOSTSĀ FUTURE STARS
...including DIY up-and-comer Jorja Smith. (1/19a)
THE PRESIDENT-ELECT ON STREAMING
Political performance battle A companion piece to the SNL cold open. (1/19a)
GRAMMY BATTLES
Trophies, performers, rules and more.
Q1'S FIRST BIG SURPRISE
The return of a star.
STREAMING SPIKES
Explosive growth and the changes it's bringing to the biz.
CHANGES AT THE TOP
Is another major about to have a new head?
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CROSSOVER
YOUR FINAL 2016 RADIO ADD RECAP

Republic ends the year victorious, with the #1 and #2 Most Added songs. Leading the pack is The Weeknd's "Party Monster" (XO) followed by ZAYN & Taylor Swift's "I Don't Want To Live Forever," (UStudios/BMR/Republic-RCA) which racked up 50 adds combined. RCA grabs 14 adds for G-Eazy's "Some Kind Of Drug" f/ Marc E. Bassy, and Beyoncé's "All Night" (Columbia) gets 13 new stations. Epic has three records building at the format— Travis $cott's "Goosebumps"(Grand Hustle), Future's "Used To This" f/ Drake (A1/Freebandz) and 21 Savage's "X" f/ Future (Slaughter Gang/Red) which all get 7 adds. Peace out till 2017! *Drops mic*