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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40Capitol's Sam Smith comes out on top this week with "Love Me More," posting 144 adds on impact. Lauren Spencer-Smith’s "Flowers" (Island/Republic) is up next, pulling in 42 impact adds, while Columbia stacks another 42 on The Kid LAROI’s "Thousand Miles." Def Jam/Universal’s Justin Bieber pulls in 29 adds on "Honest" f/Don Toliver its first week as RCA brings in 28 early adds on Khalid’s "Skyline" (Right Hand) and Interscope scores 16 on Lady Gaga’s newly released "Hold My Hand.” Closing out the Top 10 Most Added is Capitol’s second entry of the week, Leah Kate’s "10 Things I Hate About You" (10K Projects), which posts 16 additional adds.

Meanwhile, at RhythmJustin Bieber’s “Honest” f/Don Toliver (Def Jam/Universal) and Future’s “WAIT FOR U” f/Drake & Tems (Freebandz/Epic) tie for Most Added track as both grab 61 out of a possible 70 stations on impact. Def Jam also sees Muni Long follow up her #1 record, “Hrs & Hrs,” with 20 commitments out of the box on “Another.” RCA’s Latto picks up another eight believers on “Sunshine” f/Lil Wayne & Childish Gambino (Streamcut), and Columbia’s The Kid LAROI gets seven new adds on “Thousand Miles.”

And at Modern RockColumbia’s Arcade Fire enjoys its best launch ever with “Unconditional l (Lookout Kid),” which takes Most Added honors this week. Other winners include Orchard/Third Man’s Jack White with “What’s the Trick?,” Warner’s RÜFÜS DU SOL with “On My Knees,” Arista’s Bishop Briggs with “High Water” and Virgin/10K ProjectsSurfaces with “I Can’t Help but Feel.”

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