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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Epic takes the #1 spot on the addboard today with Camila Cabello’s "Don't Go Yet" pulling in 153 adds on impact. Columbia's surprise impact of Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow’s "INDUSTRY BABY" generated 66 adds out of the box as HITCO's Dixie brought in 34 impact adds on "Psycho" f/Rubi Rose (In2une). Republic has four tracks in the Top 10 this week, posting 33 adds on Swedish House Mafia’s "Lifetime" f/Ty Dolla $ign & 070 Shake, 26 adds on Conan Gray’s "People Watching," 25 additional adds on Post Malone’s "Motley Crew" and 17 more on Pop Smoke’s "Demeanor" f/Dua Lipa (Victor Victor). Closing out the Top 10 is Arista’s Måneskin with 28 more adds on "Beggin" (Sony Music Latin) and RCA’s Normani, with 17 additional stations on "Wild Side" f/Cardi B (Keep Cool).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, LNX, fresh off his #1 record, sees “INDUSTRY BABY” become this week’s Most Added entry, pulling in 36 stations. Capitol’s Capella Grey reels in 24 commitments on “GYALIS” as Cabello picks up 18 stations on “Don’t Go Yet.” RCA has another solid week on WizKid’s “Essence” f/Tems, which sees another 14 commitments.

And at Modern Rock, Arista’s Måneskin takes Most Added honors with “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” (Sony Music Latin). Other winners include RCA’s WALK THE MOON with “Can You Handle My Love??,” Interscope’s Billie Eilish with “NDA” (Darkroom), RCA’s Foo Fighters with “Making a Fire,” Mom+Pop’s SEB with “seaside_demo” and Glassnote’s AURORA with “Cure for Me.”

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