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RCA has the #1 Most Added at Alternative with Kings of Leon, while Epic's KONGOS follows closely behind.
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP
The Add Action at Top 40, Rhythm and Alternative

Hey Buddy! It's time to see who got adds where this week at three key radio formats. And then you can take us out to a nice steak dinner and a round o' scotches, as long as there's no quid pro quo.

TOP 40
Columbia
's hot streak continues at Top 40 with four of the Most Added for the week. They grab the top two slots with John Legend’s “All of Me" and Beyonce f/Jay Z’s “Drunk in Love.” Also making the list are Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” and Little Mix’s “Move,” out of the box. Capitol has a breakout week on Naughty Boy f/Sam Smith’s “La La La,” with major markets including Z100 and KIIS. Last week’s #1 most added, Republic’s Austin Mahone, returns to the list for a second week with “MmmYeah,” featuring Pitbull, and Tiesto’s “Red Lights” joins him, first week out. Mercury/IDJ grabs two spots, as well, with American Authors' “Best Day of My Life’’ and Neon Trees’ “Sleeping With a Friend” on official impact.

RHYTHM
It was a nice week for IDJ, as both Ludacris f/Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Cashmere Cat’s "Party Girls" on Def  Jam and Mariah Carey’s "You're Mine (Eternal)"on Island take Most Added top honors. Martin Garrix’s "Animals" (Schoolboy/Casablanca/Republic) nabs double-digit new commitments, while Columbia sees Pharrell Williams’ "Happy" and John Legend’s "All of Me" grab the last few hold-outs this week. 

ALTERNATIVE
RCA's Kings Of Leon has the #1 Most Added song this week at Modern Rock with  "Wait For Me." KONGOS (Epic) were next up, locking down the panel on their breakout hit "Come With Me Now."  It was another strong close-out week for Virgin's Bastille with "Bad Blood." The highly reactive "Doses & Mimosas" from Cherub (Columbia) had a nice debut week of adds including KROQ, KITS and KYSR. Other winners included Capitol's Broods with "Bridges" and Wild Cub's (Mom+Pop) "Thunder Clatter."

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