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Justin Timberlake's "Take Back the Night," a giddy slice of disco-soul, hit radio on Friday morning, as Joe Riccitelli and team landed the track on the Pop chart with just two days of airplay.
HOT NEW TRACKS
What's Impacting at Top 40, Rhythm and Post Modern

Hey, Buddy! It's time to  survey the hot tracks impacting radio this week. Who's my guy? You are. Mean it. Smash!

TOP 40

Demi Lovato, “Made in the USA” (Hollywood) The Pop princess is at 200 spins in its official add week as Scot Finck and team follow up their Selena Gomez smash.

 Taylor Swift f/Ed Sheeran, “Everything Has Changed” (Big Machine): The country-crossover megastar’s new duet has also crossed the 200x mark in its official impact week.

 Justin Timberlake, “Take Back the Night” (RCA): The lead track from the forthcoming 20/20 Experience Part 2, a giddy slice of disco-soul, hit radio on Friday morning, as Joe Riccitelli and team started the glitter-ball spinning and landed the track on the Pop chart with just two days of airplay. Michael Jackson’s Ghost loves it.

RHYTHM

 Kaptn, “Ricky Ricardo” (Island/IDJ): This cheeky EDM track is already getting play and phones at some Crossover stations. Oh, Lucy!

Krewella, “Live For The Night” (Columbia): Another EDM cut, this anthemic jam is just starting to get its glowstick on after premiering at iHeartRadio’s Ultimate Pool Party.

ALTERNATIVE

 Pearl Jam, “Mind Your Manners” (Republic): These Seattle alt-rock veterans return with a high-velocity slab of punked-out fury that salutes PoMo’s roots; “Manners” looks to bow just outside the Top 20 at the format. It should also have AAA, Active and Mainstream Rock stations feeling amped.

Fall Out Boy, “The Phoenix” (Island/IDJ): The urgent, electro-flavored follow-up to multi-format monster “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).”

 

 

 

 

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