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PLEASE, SIR, MAY WE HAVE ANOTHER?

Producer/songwriter Sir Nolan is not actually a knight. But there’s definitely a shine on his armor these days, notably as new Bryce Vine single “La La Land” f/YG (Sire/Warner Records) busts into the Top 20 at Pop radio. The track, which the L.A.-based Nolan Lambroza co-wrote and helmed, has just crossed the 75m-stream mark (it recently bowed on our Streaming Songs Chart).

Like Vine’s prior single, “Drew Barrymore,” which Nolan also co-crafted, it’s gone platinum; the pop singer/songwriter’s album, Carnival, just dropped; he was inked to Nolan’s Kiva House Records for a few years before joining the Sire roster (His Sire releases are still on the Kiva House imprint, by the way.)

This latest success follows on the heels of the DJ Khaled-Justin Bieber smash “No Brainer” and big records from Kehlani and Ty Dolla $ign, Alec Benjamin and Alessia Cara and earlier #1s by Nick Jonas (“Jealous”) and Selena Gomez f/A$AP Rocky (“Good for You”). Buzzers are buzzing that some nobles in the kingdom have sought out to Sir Nolan (who’s repped by the goodly folk of Milk & Honey) to squire their signings to greater glory.

Man, stretching out this metaphor is exhausting.

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