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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Epic has the #1 Most Added track with AJ Mitchell’s "Burn," impacting with 30 adds. They also put another 13 adds on Black Eyed Peas/Ozuna/J.Rey’s "Mamacita.” Interscope has two tracks in the Top 10 Most Added, DaBaby’s “Rockstar" f/Roddy Ricch (SCMG) with 26 more stations onboard, and Lil Mosey’s "Blueberry Faygo" with 10 new stations. Warner stacks another 17 on Gabby Barrett’s "I Hope" f/Charlie Puth. RCA has three tracks in the Top 10 this week, Kygo’s "Lose Somebody" f/One Republic (Interscope) with 17 adds, Chris Brown X Young Thug’s "Go Crazy" (ChrisBrown/300 Ent.) with 12 adds and Doja Cat’s "Like That" f/Gucci Mane (Kemosabe) with 10 adds. Columbia puts 12 adds on Jawsh 685 X Jason Derulo’s "Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat) prior to impact. 

Meanwhile at Rhythm, it was a slow week with releases, which worked in favor of Warner’s Saweetie with “Tap In,” which received 32 commitments and is the run away Most Added winner. Motown/Capitol’s NeYo & Jeremih get 7 new believers on “U 2 Luv,” while Epic picks up 6 more adds on Black Eyed Peas/Ozuna/J.Rey’s "Mamacita.” Epic also sees 5 commitments on both Tyla Yaweh‘s “Tommy Lee” f/Post Malone and Doe Boy’s “Split It.”

And at Modern Rock, Island/Republic’s The Killers have this week’s Most Added record with "My Own Soul’s Warning," bringing in over 50 adds. Other winners include Orchard’s Unlikely Candidates with "High Low," Columbia’s Haim with "Don't Wanna," Caroline’s Judah & The Lion with “Beautiful Anyway" and Blindlove’s "I Wanna Be Okay” (Blindlove).

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