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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, the Most Added track this week is Ed Sheeran’s “Shivers,” which impacts with 149 adds. Def Jam put 63 adds on Justin Bieber’s “Ghost” after his VMAs performance Sunday as Republic impacts Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy” f/Future & Young Thug (OVO/300 Entertainment-Epic) with 48 adds. RCA has three tracks in the Top 10, with 39 additional adds on Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” (Monument), 26 adds on Doja Cat’s “Need to Know” (Kemosabe) and 14 adds on WizKid’s “Essence” f/Tems. Also impacting this week is Warner’s Nessa Barrett with “i hope ur miserable until ur dead.” Interscope brings in 16 adds on Kacey Musgraves' new track, “justified” (MCA Nashville). Def Jam's second entry on the addboard is Kanye West’s “Hurricane” f/The Weeknd & Lil Baby (G.O.O.D./Capitol-Republic) with 14 new stations. Arista closes out the Top 10 this week with 11 more adds on Tai Verdes’ “A-O-K.”

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Drake closes out the entire panel with “Way 2 Sexy” f/Future & Young Thug (OVO/300 Entertainment-Epic)—including six early adds from last week—and is now headed straight for the top of the chart. Epic’s DJ Khaled grabs 34 commitments on “BODY IN MOTION” f/Bryson Tiller, Lil Baby & Roddy Ricch (WTB/Roc Nation/QC/Capitol), while Def Jam’s Kanye West pulls in 14 more believers on “Hurricane” f/The Weeknd & Lil Baby (G.O.O.D./Capitol-Republic). Def Jam also sees 13 adds come in on Kendra Jae’s “Seesaw” f/Saweetie, and Columbia’s Baby Keem & Kendrick Lamar pull in eight more believers this week on “family ties.” 

And at Modern Rock, Republic’s Glass Animals took this week’s Most Added honors with “I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance).” Other winners include Arista’s Måneskin with “Beggin” (Sony Music Latin), S-Curve/Hollywood’s Daisy the Great x AJR with “Record Player,” New Noize/ADA’s Papa Roach with “Kill the Noise” and Capitol’s Halsey with “You asked for this.”

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