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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Warner impacted Dua Lipa’s "Break My Heart" and put it at the top of the Addboard, scoring 143 reported adds. They also impacted PARTYNEXTDOOR & Rihanna’s "Believe It" (WestburyRoad/OVO) with 35 adds. Republic puts two in the Top 10 Most Added with The Weeknd’s "In Your Eyes" (XO) and BENEE’s "Supalonely" f/Gus Dapperton. Capitol pulls in 26 adds on Surfaces’ "Sunday Best” (10k Projects). Interscope brings in another 18 adds on Ellie Goulding’s "Worry About Me" f/blackbear and Epic posts 18 adds on Regard’s "Ride It." Columbia's Powfu scores 15 adds on "death bed (coffee for your head)” f/beabadoobee. Closing out the Top 10 Most Added for today is In2une's Lauv with "Modern Loneliness" (LAUV/AWAL) and Sam Fischer’s "This City" (RCA) both pulling in13 adds.

Meanwhile at Rhythm, it was a heavy add week as Warner’s PARTYNEXTDOOR drops new track “Believe it” f/Rihanna and gets 43 commitments, tops for the week! Republic’s NAV & Gunna comes in second with 33 adds on “Turks” f/ Travis Scott. Interscope’s DaBaby gets 13 more stations on “Vibez,” while Republic’s The Weeknd locks in 12 new adds on “In Your Eyes” (XO) and Columbia’s Arizona Zervas closes out 8 stations on “FML.”

And at Modern Rock, Columbia’s Major Lazer has this week’s Most Added record with "Lay Your Head On Me" f/Marcus Mumford. Other winners include Mom+Pop’s Ashe with "Moral of the Story,” Columbia’s 24kGoldn with "City of Angels,” Photo Finish/Caroline’s Guardin with "Alive" and Better Noise’s Bleeker with "Give A Little…" (Disaster).

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