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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Interscope impacts newly released Maroon 5’s "Nobody's Love" (222) and takes top honors, posting an impressive 143 adds out of the box. Republic scores big with Taylor Swift’s "cardigan," which also just dropped and pulled in 110 stations on impact. Interscope's second entry is Juice WRLD’s "Come And Go" f/Marshmello (Grade A) with 39 adds. Epic brings in 32 adds on DJ Khaled’s "POPSTAR" f/Drake on its official impact date. In2une stacks another 27 adds on Avenue Beat’s "F2020" (Valory). Republic also puts Jeremy Zucker in the Top 10 with 18 adds on impact on "Supercuts." Epic's second entry in the Top 10 is Zara Larsson’s "Love Me Land," which scores 14 more adds. Capitol has two in the Top 10 with 11 adds each on Jonas Blue & Max’s "Naked" (Astralwerks) and Topic & A7S’ "Breaking Me" (Astralwerks). RCA pulls in 11 more adds on Kane Brown’s "Be Like That" f/Khalid & Swae Lee (Interscope).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Republic’s Lil Wayne takes the top spot with “Shimmy” f/Doja Cat, nabbing 37 adds. Interscope’s J Cole grabs 30 stations out of the box with “Lion King On Ice.” Republic also sees Aminé’s “Compensating” reel in 20 adds on impact week. Interscope’s second entry is Juice WRLD’s “Wishing Well,” cleaning up 18 more holdouts. Epic’s DJ Khaled also continues to close out the panel with “POPSTAR” f/Drake, grabbing 11 more adds.

And at Modern Rock, Chris Cornell's "Patience"(Ume) was this week's most added record, pulling off the rare feat of being Most Added at Rock and AAA in the same week! Other winners include Repubic’s Leo The Kind with "Ain't Nobody Gon' Judge, Blindlove's "I Wanna Be Okay" (Blindlove) and AWAL’s Gus Dapperton with "Post Humorous."

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