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He's baaaaack. (7/22a)
LAW FIRM TO LABEL:
CLIVE AND WALTER
These two go way back. (7/23a)
PARADIGM AND CODA TIE THE KNOT
Hands across the water (7/23a)
U.K. MIDWEEKS: FREYA RIDING HIGH
She's on Capitol in the Colonies. (7/22a)
NEW RELEASES: WHERE THE BATTLE IS
You can color the chart ginger for another week. (7/22a)
EARTHQUAKE!
We thought it was just the hangover.
WEED!
What strain pairs best with sloth?
COPYRIGHTS!
They're complicated.
PIZZA!
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CROSSOVER
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

It was a very solid showing for Republic, as they post the #1 and 2 Most Added records this week. Drake's “Money In The Grave” f/ Rick Ross (Frozen Moments) grabs 39 stations, while Kiana Lede's “Bouncin” f/ Offset lands 22 adds. Ambjaay's “Uno” (Columbia) grabs 21 stations on impact week, while Tory Lanez' “Broke Leg” f/ Quavo and Tyga (Mad Love/Interscope) locks in 20 adds. And RCA has a strong follow-up week with Chris Brown's “No Guidance” f/ Drake, with 17 more commitments.


 
 
NICK CANNON TO MORNINGS ON POWER 106
Meruelo Media—who have been on an FM-signal buying spree in Los Angeles—has now hired Nick Cannon to do mornings on their new flagship, KPWR (Power 106)/L.A. 
 
"Nick is the quintessential entertainer and content creator who will take our media game to the next level," said Otto Padron, President & COO of Meruelo Media. "His tremendous success across television, film and music is testimony of his unique talent, work ethic and impeccable reputation."
 
Power 106 PD E-Man remarked, "Nick Cannon is that fresh sound we were looking for on Power 106. Nick is an incredible entertainer who embodies Hip Hop, pop culture, comedy and community all in one! We are very excited to have him on our team."
 
The show Cannon Mornings -- Power 106 #1 for Hip Hop, launches Monday 6/17, airing weekdays from 5-10am.
 

 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

Lil Nas X's “Old Town Road” (Columbia) works its way back to #1 this week, as City Girls' “Act Up” (QC/Motown/Capitol), Travis Scott's “Wake Up” (Republic-Epic) and Lil Baby's “Close Friends” (QC/Motown/Capitol) all gear up for a #1 run in the next two weeks. DJ Khaled's “Just Us” f/ SZA (We The Best/Epic) enters the Top 10 this week. Da Baby's “Suge” (SCMG/Interscope) will be up 500 spins, while Chris Brown's “No Guidance” f/ Drake (RCA) will see an increase north of 1200 spins, debuting inside the Top 25. Also look for Tyler, The Creator's “Earfquake” (Columbia) to debut this week.

 


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

Just days after release, Chris Brown's “No Guidance” f/ Drake (RCA) hits the big 50, as in 50 adds on impact, to easily secure Most Added at Rhythm. In a far distant second place, Saweetie's “My Type” (Icy/Artistry/WBR) sees 16 more stations come in, while Schoolboy Q's “Floating” f/ 21 Savage (TDE/Interscope) nabs 15 new adds. Lil Tecca's “Ransom” (Republic) has a solid first week, getting 14 stations. Tyler, The Creator's “Earfquake” (Columbia) and Logic's “Icy” f/ Gucci Mane (Def Jam) get 9 adds each.