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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, RCA's Team Rothschild scores 91 out-of-the-box adds on Latto’s "Lottery" f/LU KALA (Streamcut), landing in the #1 spot on the add board this week. Marella and his crew over at Capitol put 85 adds on Niall Horan's "Heaven" for a big impact week, while Warner's Chester and Dyer bring in 53 adds on Bebe Rexha's "Heart Wants What It Wants" and Epic’s Sackheim bunch picks up 38 more adds on Zara Larsson's "Can't Tame Her" (SommerHouse). Columbia's Gray and staff stack another 23 adds on The Kid LAROI’s "Love Again" as Republic's Team Spangler puts 21 more on Morgan Wallen's "Last Night" (Big Loud/Mercury) and Capitol scores a second entry this week with Sam Smith's "I'm Not Here to Make Friends" w/Jessie Reyez & Calvin Harris. Closing out the Top 10 is RCA with 19 adds on Miguel’s "Sure Thing" (By Storm).

At Rhythm, meanwhile, RCA’s Lori G and Inca secure 51 adds on Latto’s “Lottery” f/LU KALA (Streamcut) upon impact. Dixie and Capitol pull in 24 more commitments on Ice Spice’s “In Ha Mood” (10K Projects). Epic’s Sackheim and Dontay see 15 stations come in on Kid Culture’s “KEEP IT” and close out another seven believers on Tyla’s “Been Thinking” (FAX). Republic’s Team Davey scores six more adds on Drake & 21 Savage’s “Spin Bout U,” as do Nino and the Interscope squad with GloRilla’s “Internet Trolls.”

And at Modern Rock, The Revivalists score Most Added honors this week with “Kid.” Other winners include Dave Lombardi’s AWAL crew with Lovejoy’s “Call Me What You Like,” Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin with Depeche Mode’s “Ghosts Again” and Mute’s M83 with “Amnesia."

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