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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, it’s a clean-up kind of add week as Republic has two in the Top 10, picking up 34 more adds on Sabrina Carpenter’s "Skin" (Island) and 14 impact adds on MEDUZA’s "Paradise" f/Dermot Kennedy. Epic also has two in the Top 10 as Travis Scott & HVME’s “Goosebumps Remix” (Cactus Jack) grabs 28 adds and Black Eyed Peas’ "Girl Like Me" f/Shakira sees 14 new adds. Columbia stacks another 40 on The Kid LAROI’s "WITHOUT YOU,” Warner puts another 23 on Saweetie’s "Best Friend" f/Doja Cat (Icy/RCA) and Arista pulls in another 16 adds on Sigala’s "Lasting Lover" f/James Arthur (LateNite).  

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope rings the bell for Most Added this week with Juice WRLD’s “Bad Boy” f/Young Thug, picking up 33 commitments. Warner’s Erica Banks continues to clean up the panel with “Buss It,” pulling in another 12 believers. Def Jam’s Jhene Aiko locks in 12 more adds on “Born Tired” while Geffen’s SpotemGottem and RCA’s SZA both pull in 9 commitments on “Beat Box” and “Good Days.” Coming in with 8 new stations this week are Epic’s Unghetto Mathieu with “Plastic” and Capitol’s Lil Baby with “On Me.”

And at Modern Rock, RCA’s Foo Fighters take this weeks Most Added honor with “Waiting On A War.” Other winners include Benny Blanco, Marshmello & Vance Joy’s “You” (Interscope), MOD SUN’s “Flames” f/Avril Lavigne (Big Noise), Phoebe Bridgers’ “Kyoto” (Dead Oceans/Secretly), carolesdaughter’s “violent” (Arista) and Weezer’s “All My Favorite Songs” (Crush).

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