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NONSTOP RADIO DOMINATION
4/29/21

Nonstop Management is dominating the radio charts this week with two singles in the Top 5 at Top 40 and two songs in the Top 10 at Alternative radio penned or co-penned by Ryann and Nick Long.

Tate McRae’s “you broke me first,” co-written by Ryann, peaked at #1 at Top 40 and is now sitting at #3. Machine Gun Kelly’s “my ex’s best friend” f/blackbear, co-penned by Long, is in the # 5 position at Pop and reached #3 on the Alt chart.

Long’s other co-written track, KennyHoopla’s “ESTELLA//” f/Travis Barker, also hit #9 on the Alt chart.

Recently, Nonstop celebrated new milestones with five tracks penned or co-penned by clients in the Top 20 at Pop radio. McRae’s “you broke me first,” MGK’s “my ex’s best friend” f/blackbear, the Michael Pollack-penned “Anyone” (Justin Bieber), Ava Max’s “My Head & My Heart,” co-written by Tia Scola, and Maroon 5’s “Beautiful Mistakes” f/Megan Thee Stallion, co-penned by JKash, were all on the chart in the same week.

This year’s success follows a banner 2020 for the management firm, as Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo’s smash single “Savage Love,” co-written by JKash, hit #1 at Top 40, while the Long-penned MGK track, “Bloody Valentine,” reached #1 on the Alternative Airplay chart. Pollack also served as a co-writer on Bieber’s “Holy” f/Chance The Rapper and had six co-writing credits on Justice.