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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Columbia's Lil Nas X takes the #1 Most Added track this week with "THATS WHAT I WANT," securing 73 adds. Republic has two in the Top 10, bringing in 49 adds on the Jonas Brothers’ "Who's in Your Head" and 35 on Drake’s "Way 2 Sexy" f/Future & Young Thug (OVO/300 Entertainment-Epic). Def Jam stacks another 33 adds on Justin Bieber’s "Ghost" as Capitol impacts Troye Sivan’s "Angel Baby" with 33 stations. Epic also brings in 23 adds on GIVĒON’s "For Tonight" (Not So Fast), and Interscope continues to find believers on Elton John & Dua Lipa’s "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" (Mercury/Warner). In2une impacts THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole’s "Meet Me at Our Spot" (MSFTS/Roc Nation) with 20 adds as RCA puts another 20 stations on Walker Hayes’ "Fancy Like" (Monument).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Drake has the Most Added track with “Girls Want Girls” w/Lil Baby, landing 49 adds on impact and giving him his second song in a month to grab that honor. He’s followed by Epic’s GIVĒON, who picks up 41 commitments on “For Tonight” (Not So Fast). RCA sees 12 early takers on Latto’s “Big Energy,” which officially impacts in a week, and Chlöe’s “Have Mercy” snags another 10 converts for Columbia.

And at Modern Rock, Coldplay x BTS’ “My Universe” has this week’s Most Added record with some help from auto adds. Other winners include Dualtone’s The Lumineers, who had another huge week with “Brightside” and are now on more than 50 stations, Epic’s Modest Mouse with “The Sun Hasn’t Left,” RCA’s Kings of Leon with “Time in Disguise” and Republic’s Glass Animals with “I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance).”

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