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MAVERICK MOVES THREE TO #1 AT RADIO

Maverick Management is celebrating having snagged no fewer than three #1s at assorted radio formats.

Two of these are Gee Roberson-repped acts; G-Eazy recently topped the Pop chart for a second week with "Me Myself & I" f/Bebe Rexha (RCA), while Belly's "Might Not" f/The Weeknd (CP/Roc Nation/Republic; co-managed by Roberson with XO's Sal and Cash) ruled at Rhythm. Meanwhile, the Clarence Spalding-managed Rascal Flatts' "I Like the Sound of That" (Big Machine) claimed the #1 position at Country. 

Maverick Principal Guy Oseary said the achievement "speaks to the diverse group of artists we represent and the great work our team is doing to connect our talent with their most important audience—the fans." 

In a related story, Maverick's Greg Thompson continued his search for the bathroom.

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