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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Columbia closes out the panel, with all 179 Mediabase T40 stations adding Adele’s "Easy on Me" on impact. "Easy" is also the Most Added track at five formats, with a total of 451 impact adds, breaking the previous record by 107 adds. Now that’s what I call a nice week! Also impacting this week is Warner’s Anitta with "Faking Love" f/Saweetie, the #2 Most Added track. Interscope has two tracks in the Top 10 Most Added column, putting 25 adds on Imagine Dragons’ "Follow You" (KIDinaKORNER) and 18 additional adds on Elton John & Dua Lipa’s "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" (Mercury/Warner). In2une is likewise back in the Top 10, with another 22 stations on THE ANXIETY, WILLOW & Tyler Cole’s "Meet Me at Our Spot" (MSFTS/Roc Nation), and Republic pulls in 14 more adds on Jesy Nelson’s "Boyz" f/Nicki Minaj. Closing out the Top 10 this week is Epic’s GIVĒON with nine adds on "For Tonight" (Not So Fast) and Warner’s Nessa Barrett, who also sees a nonet on "i hope ur miserable until ur dead." 

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Warner corrals 33 stations on impact for “Faking Love,” just passing Epic’s BIA with “BESITO” f/G Herbo, which gets 29 adds. Interscope’s Summer Walker picks up 15 early commitments on “Ex for a Reason” f/City Girls as “Easy on Me” grabs 10 stations. Epic also sees seven more converts to “For Tonight," and Capitol’s Ne-Yo grabs six more adds on “What If.”

And at Modern Rock, Third Man/The Orchard’s Jack White has this week’s Most Added record with “Taking Me Back.” Other winners include Columbia’s Bring Me the Horizon with “DiE4u,” Crush’s Giovannie and the Hired Guns with “Ramon Ayala,” Capitol’s Halsey with “You asked for this” and Epic’s Modest Mouse with “The Sun Hasn’t Left.”

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