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Kid endures a photo op at HITS shortly before being shampooed.
KING OF ALL POP RULES THE HAIRWAVES

SiriusXM's Kid Kelly is the first in the country to report adds, on his Hits 1 station, of Liam Payne f/Quavo's "Strip That Down" (Republic) as well as Selena Gomez's "Bad Liar" (Interscope). Kid also added Miley Cyrus' "Malibu" (RCA). And on his Venus station, Skylar Stecker's "Only Want You" (Cherrytree/ADA), among others, went into rotation. 

Noters are noting that these records are not available for airplay until Friday, lending further credence to Lenny Beer's argument about moving radio adds to align with the global record release schedule.

In a related story, the King of All Pop also added TRESemmé 4+4 Styling Mousse to his tonsorial regimen.

 

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