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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Republic's Pop Smoke takes the top of the addboard with “Demeanor” f/Dua Lipa (Victor Victor), which picks up 62 adds on impact. RCA has two tracks in the Top 10, pulling in 53 impact adds on Normani’s "Wild Side" f/Cardi B (Keep Cool) and 30 additional adds on Kane Brown x blackbear’s “Memory” (Sony Music Nashville). Interscope also has two tracks in the Top 10 as Billie Eilish stacks 42 more adds on “NDA” (Darkroom) and Maroon 5 secures 23 more on "Lost" (222). Def Jam puts 36 early adds on Alessia Cara’s "Sweet Dream," and Columbia brings in 33 additional adds on The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber’s "Stay." Republic's second entry in the Top 10 is Post Malone’s "Motley Crew," with 29 more stations. Warner grabs another 26 closeout adds on Lipa’s "Love Again." 

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, it was a two-horse race this week as Pop Smoke grabbed 44 adds on “Demeanor,” narrowly edging out Normani's “Wild Side," which picked up 42 commitments. RCA also sees 12 more stations come aboard on WizKid’s “Essence” f/Tems as Columbia’s Tyler, The Creator pulls in 10 more holdouts on “WUSYANAME” f/YoungBoy Never Broke Again & Ty Dolla $ign.

And at Modern Rock, RCA’s Dennis Blair had a huge week with WALK THE MOON’s “Can You Handle My Love??” which easily took Most Added honors. Other winners include Eilish with “NDA,” RCA’s Foo Fighters with “Making a Fire,” Interscope’s Imagine Dragons with “Wrecked” and Arista/Sony Music Latin’s Måneskin with “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE.”

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