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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, In2une takes this week’s Most Added track after putting 33 additional adds on THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole’s "Meet Me at Our Spot" (MSFTS/Roc Nation). Republic impacts Jesy Nelson’s "Boyz" f/Nicki Minaj with 32 adds as Interscope continues to stack stations on Elton John & Dua Lipas "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)," posting 24 more this week. In2une also has Blxst’s "Chosen" f/Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga (Red Bull/EVGLE) in the Top 10 Most Added column as it picks up another 22 adds. Epic brings in 20 more stations on GIVĒON’s "For Tonight" (Not So Fast). Columbia also sees two tracks in the Top 10, bringing in 17 early adds on Chlöe’s "Have Mercy" (Parkwood) and 16 more on Lil Nas X’s “THATS WHAT I WANT." RCA puts Trevor Daniel’s "Alone" back in the Top 10 with 13 new adds. Closing out the Top 10 Most Added is Warner with 11 more stations on Nessa Barrett’s "i hope ur miserable until ur dead.”

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, it was a slow week, with no official impacts. Capitol’s Ne-Yo picks up 18 early commitments on “What If” as Warner’s Wale closes out another 17 stations on “Poke It Out” f/J. Cole & Cool & DreRCA’s Latto grabs 10 more believers on “Big Energy,” and LNX reels in seven additional adds on “THAT’S WHAT I WANT.”

And at Modern Rock, S-Curve/Hollywood has Daisy the Great x AJR’s “Record Player” as this week’s Most Added record. Other winners include Warner’s The Regrettes with “Monday,” RCA’s Kings of Leon with “Time in Disguise,” Bright Antenna’s Wilderado with “Head Right” and Capitol’s Halsey with “You asked for this.”

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