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All the holiday show lineups are out and star-packed. Taylor is on The Voice. And Spotify hit its biggest numbers yet, as we head into the holiday season. Wait, the holiday season! November. How is it November already?!

Marella, Nolletti, Siciliano and Acampora are celebrating another week atop the Pop chart with Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved,” just as Sam Smith’s “How Do You Sleep?” joins the Top 10. Halsey’s “Graveyard” is Top 15. Manic, her third album, drops soon. Niall Horan’s “Nice to Meet Ya”—one of the week’s Greatest Gainers—eyes the Top 20. Illenium f/Jon Bellion’s “Good Things Fall Apart” is Top 30 with instant reaction coming in from airplay; stations include WKSC, WIHT, WIOQ and WFLC.

Interscope’s Romano and Lopes had the #1 Most Added track this week in Selena Gomez’s “Lose You to Love Me,” which raked in 168 adds on impact. Billie Eilish, whose tour is selling out in record time, is moving “all the good girls go to hell” (Darkroom) up the chart just as quickly; it’s Top 20-bound with 165 stations on board. Maroon 5’s “Memories” (222)—Top 15 at Pop and Top 10 at Hot AC—has a closed-out panel and Top 5 Hit Predictor research in hand. 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Teeth” has 100+ stations spinning, including Z100, KIIS, KAMP and KHKS, as it looks to join the Top 30. blackbear’s “Hot Girl Bummer” (Beartrap/Alamo), which was in the Top 10 Most Added column for a second consecutive week and is now on 65 stations, has charted.

Republic’s Spangler, Romeo and Dastur impacted Isabela Merced’s “Papi,” which was Top 5 Most Added, posting airplay from KYLD, KMVQ, WPOW and Y100. Post Malone’s “Circles” is Top 3 and eyeing the top of the chart. Jonas Brothers’ “Only Human”—one the Greatest Gainers—is Top 5, and there are big increases from WWWQ, KBFF, WPRO and KRQQ. Taylor Swift’s “Lover” is heading Top 15 and just posted Top 10 RTM research. Ariana, Miley & Lana’s “Don’t Call Me Angel” is now Top 20. Lil Tecca’s “Ransom” (Galactic) is heading Top 25 at Pop after a #1 at Rhythm. Liam Payne f/A Boogie wit da Hoodie’s “Stack It Up” is chartbound with airplay from HITS 1, Music Choice, WBLI, and WRVW. Republic, along with Island’s team Schiffman have Public’s “Make You Mine” chartbound with new adds from WNKS, WSPK, WDJX and WRVQ. WNCI PD Mike McCoy says, “This is such a good song. It jumps out of the speakers and really separates itself from the pack.”

Def Jam’s Farag and Rothschild have moved Alessia Cara’s “Rooting For You” Top 30 with 115+ stations on board and new adds from WNOK, WWWQ and WXNR.

Caroline’s Halpern and Applegate are moving SHAED’s “Trampoline” (Photo Finish) up inside the Top 10. That looks to be heading Top 5 with an all-but-closed-out panel; both Z100 and WXKS moved to Power rotation. NF’s “Time” (NF Real Music) is looking to join the Top 10 with big increasing posting this week from KKRZ, WKSC, WKQI and WNKS.

Warner’s Chester, Dyer, Reich and Shih have put 160+ Pop stations on board with Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber’s “10,000 Hours,” which was back in the Most Added column this week, pulling in airplay from KRBE, WNRW, KHTT and KKDM. Now Top 20, it was the #3 Greatest Gainer this week. Bebe Rexha’s “You Can’t Stop the Girl” pulled in airplay from WBBM, WKQI, KBKS and WBLI, as it joined the chart. Loud Luxury & Bryce Vine’s “I’m Not Alright” (Sire) is new at WKTU, WPLW and WNFN and looking to chart. Saweetie’s “My Type” (Icy/Artistry) scored new airplay from WPOI and WIOQ this week, along with spin increases at WODS, KZZP and WXSS. It’s set to join the Top 30.

RCA’s Riccitelli, Maldonado, JR and Daddio impacted Kesha f/Big Freedia’s “Raising Hell” (Kemosabe), landing at #2 Most Added with 83 believers stepping up first week, including HITS 1, WKTU, KIIS and WKSC; look for it to chart shortly. Marshmello & Kane Brown’s “One Thing Right” (Joytime Collective)—one of the week’s Greatest Gainers—looks Top 15-bound with 150+ stations spinning.

Columbia’s Burruss, Bedard, Stevens and Brenner moved Lil Nas X’s “Panini” Top 15, as it goes #1 at Rhythm. Diplo & Jonas Brothers’ “Lonely” (Mad Decent) is Top 30. BTS f/Lauv’s “Make It Right” (Bighit) was Most Added on impact and is chartbound. Dominic Fike’s ”3 Nights” is set to chart with 60+ stations on board including HITS 1, KZHT, Music Choice and WZFT.

Epic’s Sackheim, Afloarei and Dimig have Camila Cabello’s “Liar” sitting Top 15, and there are massive MScores posting on this one. AJ Mitchell f/Ava Max’s “Slow Dance” has charted and there are 115 stations spinning. French Montana f/Post Malone & Cardi B’s “Writing on the Wall” (Bad Boy), which has charted, pulled in early support from KIIS, WKSC, WIHT and WPOW.

MUSIC WE LOVE: AJR’s “Dear Winter” (S-Curve/BMG), Post Malone f/Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott’s “Take What You Want” (Republic).


Interscope impacted Selena Gomez's "Lose You To Love Me" with 168 adds taking top honors this week on the addboard.  RCA impacted Kesha's "Raising Hell" f/Big Freedia with 83 adds. Republic's impact track was Isabela Merced's "Papi" which scored 24 adds. Interscope put 15 more on Blackbear's "Hot Girl Bummer" (Beartrap/Alamo) and 10 more on Billie Eilish's "all the good girls go to hell." Warner put another 11 adds on Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber's "10,000 Hours" (Def Jam/WAR).  


iHeartMedia has announced that Adam Rivers has been named Program Director for New Haven, effective immediately. As PD, Rivers will be responsible for overseeing programming, music, on-air talent, promotions and digital operations for KC101, 100.9 The Beat, ESPN Radio 1300 WAVZ and News/Talk 960 WELI. He will report to SVP Programming for iHeartMedia Hartford/New Haven Joey Brooks and continue to serve as afternoon host for KC101, Connecticut's #1 Hit Music Station. 

“Over the past several years, Adam has truly been the backbone here at KC101 and a staple in Connecticut radio,” said Steve Honeycomb, Region President for iHeartMedia Hartford. “Adam’s years of experience and the way he engages with his listeners go far beyond his afternoon drive show and we couldn’t be happier to see him evolve into this new role here in New Haven.”

Rivers has served as the assistant PD and MD for iHeartMedia Connecticut’s KC101 and KISS 95-7 since 2013. He also served as the PD for KISS 98.3 in Winchester, Virginia, as swing talent for WMAS-FM in Springfield, Mass. as well as assistant PD/marketing director and night host for WILI-FM in Willimantic, Conn. He began his career at KISS 95-7 in Hartford and is a graduate of Westfield State University.


Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved" (Capitol) will enjoy another week at the top of the chart as labelmate Sam Smith's "How Do You Sleep?" looks to join the Top 10.  Def Jam's Alessia Cara "Rooting For You" joins the Top 30. New to the chart will be Selena Gomez' "Lose You To Love Me" (Interscope) and Post Malone's "Take What You Want" (Epic/Republic).  

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