A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, RCA’s Team Rothschild has put 42 impact adds on P!NK's "TRUSTFALL," which earns #1 Most Added honors, and stacks another 10 adds on Miguel's "Sure Thing" (By Storm). Marella's Capitol crew posts 35 more adds on Toosii’s "Favorite Song” as Sackheim's Epic squad puts an additional 18 on Meghan Trainor's "Mother” and Reich and the Warner staff bring in 16 more on Bebe Rexha's "Heart Wants What It Wants.” In2une's Connone & Lucek team put 13 more adds on Lizzy McAlpine's "ceilings" (AWAL).

At Rhythm, meanwhile, it was a good day for Epic and Sackheim as they score the #1 Most Added track with BIA’s “I’M THAT BITCH,” which picks up 48 stations. Noah Sheer and Def Jam score 19 adds on Coco Jones’ “ICU,” while Nino and Interscope pull in 13 early adds on Rae Sremmurd’s “Tanisha (Pump That)” and six commitments on Kali Uchis’ “Moonlight.” Davey Dee and Republic pick up five more believers in Big Boss Vette’s “Pretty Girls Walk,” and Warner’s B Dot lands eight more stations on NLE Choppa x Lil Wayne’s “AIN’T GONNA ANSWER.”

And at Modern Rock, congrats to Martha’s Music/Thirty Tigers Mike DePippa for earning Most Added honors this week on Smashing Pumpkins’ “Spellbinding.” Virgin/Sumerian’s Marisa DiFrisco and Marni Halpern have a huge week with Bad Omen’s “Just Pretend,” while Michael Starr and his Glassnote team enjoy a second strong week with GROUPLOVE’s “Hello” and Phoenix’s “After Midnight” f/Clairo. Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin keeps the momentum going with Hozier’s “Eat Your Young,” as does Hollywood’s Buddy Deal with Little Image’s “Out of My Mind.” Other winners include Dirty Hit’s The 1975 with “Oh Caroline” and Interscope’s boygenius with “Not Strong Enough.”

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