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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Republic’s Ariana Grande goes back to back with “34+35,” which grabs 87 stations on impact. Warner’s Bebe Rexha collects 20 more believers on “Baby, I’m Jealous” f/Doja Cat. Columbia stays red hot as Harry Styles’ “Golden” picks up 30 adds and Ritt Momney’s “Put Your Records On” (Disuptor) grabs 29 stations on impact. RCA’s Marshmello & Imanbek haul in 21 commitments this week on “Too Much” f/Usher.

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Epic’s Flipp Dinero grabs 23 adds on “No, No, No,” making it Election Week’s Most Added record. Warner’s Saweetie has a solid clean-up week, adding 15 new stations on “Back to the Streets” f/Jhene Aiko. Interscope’s Shenseea picks up 10 commitments on “Lighter,” while Ariana Grande’s “positions” grabs eight adds. RCA’s Bryson Tiller picks up seven new stations on “Outta Time” f/Drake.

And at Modern Rock, Republic’s Glass Animals have this week’s Most Added record with “Heat Waves.” Other winners include RCA’s The Strokes with “The Adults Are Talking,” Caroline’s SHAED with “No Other Way,” Pool ToysCulture Wars with “Leave Me Alone,” Mick Music’s Backseat Lovers with “Kilby Girl” and Caroline’s Clairo with “Sofia.”

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