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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Silk Sonic’s "Skate" took #1 Most Added honors this week with 95 adds on impact as Columbia stacked another 39 adds on Lil Nas X’s "INDUSTRY BABY" f/Jack Harlow. RCA has two tracks in the Top 10, Khalid’s "New Normal" with 27 impact adds and Kane Brown x blackbear’s "Memory" (Sony Music Nashville) with 14 more adds. HITCO put another 26 stations on "Psycho" f/Rubi Rose (In2une). Epic also had two tracks in the Top 10, pulling in another 21 commitments on Camila Cabello’s "Don't Go Yet" (SYCO) and 17 impact adds on Madison Beer’s "Reckless.” Arista put 15 more stations on Måneskin’s "Beggin" (Sony Music Latin) as Republic closes out the Top 10 with two tracks, posting 13 adds each on Conan Gray’s "People Watching" and Pop Smoke’s "Demeanor" f/Dua Lipa (Victor Victor). 

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Pop Smoke picked up 37 commitments on “Woo Baby” f/Chris BrownWarner’s Smiley followed with 21 adds on “Over the Top” f/Drake. Interscope’s Bas grabbed 19 stations on “The Jackie” f/J. Cole & Lil Tjay as RCA’s Khalid pulled in 18 stations on “New Normal.” Columbia also had a solid first week with LNX's “INDUSTRY BABY," locking in 17 early believers. 

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

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