Florida Georgia Line: Revolutionizing Bro-Country

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Florida Georgia Line was formed a duo in 2010 by Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. Their 2012 debut single “Cruise” broke two major sales records: downloaded over seven million times, making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, becoming the best-selling digital country song of all time until it was surpassed in July 2017 by Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road”. “Cruise” remains their most popular song to date. “Cruise” helped to pioneer a style of country music known as “bro-country” which incorporates production elements from rock and hip-hop music and tends to cover subjects such as partying, drinking, driving trucks and sexual attraction.

In December 2011, they signed to the Big Loud Mountain label. Their second EP, It’z Just What We Do, was released in 2012 and charted on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Several months later they signed with Republic Nashville, part of the Big Machine Label Group. They released their second album, Anything Goes on October 14, 2014. Their third album, Dig Your Roots, was released on August 26, 2016, and the fourth Can’t Say I Ain’t Country on February 15, 2019. Their fifth album, Life Rolls On, was released on February 12, 2021. They have recently teamed up again with pop recording artist Nelly for the single “Lil Bit” (Columbia) that is actually getting crossover action from pop to Country. We always follow them quite closely here at New Music Weekly and will continue as they always seem to make powerful moves in the music industry. This is our annual Nominations 2021 issue. Please take the time to review and to participate in our annual New Music Awards by your votes and support on our website. We’d like to congratulate all of our nominees and wish them continued success.

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Seems to be that time of year when we honor recording artists and bands for our annual New Music Awards. In usual

fashion New Music Weekly also acknowledges radio stations, programmers, record labels and industry professionals among

others. This year for some reason there has been a huge response and participation the likes of which we have never seen before.

There was much thought that through this pandemic the award notion would not mean as much, but we were so wrong as this

year tops interest by leaps and bounds.

As in recent years we have provided an open ballot by which our subscribers and music fans could again participate in

the process of helping to choose the final list of NMA nominees. The open ballot was flooded with submissions and ideas for

nominations and we followed the public’s requests and attention. Now that the nominations are here the same process is in place

helping us take nominees into the winner’s circle.

Already we have a record number to process, it appears to all be working in fine fashion. If you would have tried to predict

the ways of the year 2020 you could have never in a million guessed the way that it actually turned out. The sudden attack of

Covid threw everything overboard changing the way we currently live now and quite possibly forever. Even in our small circle of

friends and associates, we’ve known people that have been stricken bringing all of this too close to home for anyone’s liking.

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With respect to the awards, in the major artist arena Top40 leaders for best single include “Blinding Lights” by the Weeknd,

“Diamonds” from Sam Smith & “Dynamite” by BTS among others. Major Male pop artists range from Harry Styles, Justin Bieber

& Lewis Capaldi while the female pop artist category includes Ariana Grande & Ava Max among others. Country had a very big

showing indeed with a field that found song nominees from “God Whispered Your Name” by Keith Urban to “Happy Anywhere”

by Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani among other Country music leaders. Country Male Artists included Chris Lane, Blake Shelton,

Kane Brown leading the pack & Best Female Artists ranged from Gabby Barrett, Carly Pearce to Carrie Underwood.

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There are also numerous independent artists that have been singled out. Just to give you some insight, check out the many

new and upstart artists and group’s that have gone the extra mile to post banner ads and such in order to lobby for the vote. A good

many of our indie friends have gone the extra mile to let you know that they appreciate the support they have been given by our

reporting stations. They all deserve as much adulation and attention as the major label artists and many of them had some rather

stellar music that at one point or another graced the charts here at New Music Weekly.

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Our NMA Nominations also include radio stations, programmers, record labels and music industry professionals. The

amazing number of music and program directors that take the time during their very busy week to take calls from radio promoters

and artists is quite something. To be able to give them a little acknowledgement is really the least we can do and seeing many of

their names on the nomination list brings a smile to our faces. The same goes true for the many industry professionals that include

promotion people and publicists all of which are key elements to the success of our music industry.

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NMA NOMINATIONS

TIME OF YEAR

New Music Weekly will continue to update you on many of the nominees as we get close to the final list of winners. For

many artists and bands that need a little extra push we are updating our on-line advertising to help make things more affordable

and to keep the push going right until the final outcome. A good many of our artist nominees are currently on the charts with

either existing or new singles for radio. You can see by our charts just how well many of them continue to do. We’d like to take a

moment to congratulate all of our New Music Award nominees as they are all so deserving. We can only hope that this can be a

springboard of some better times to come for them and for all of us.

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Florida Georgia Line was formed a duo in 2010 by Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. Their 2012

debut single “Cruise” broke two major sales records: downloaded over seven million times,

making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, becoming the bestselling

digital country song of all time until it was surpassed in July 2017 by Sam Hunt’s “Body

Like a Back Road”. “Cruise” remains their most popular song to date. “Cruise” helped to pioneer

a style of country music known as “bro-country” which incorporates production elements from

rock and hip-hop music and tends to cover subjects such as partying, drinking, driving trucks

and sexual attraction. In December 2011, they signed to the Big Loud Mountain label. Their

second EP, It’z Just What We Do, was released in 2012 and charted on the Billboard Top Country

Albums chart. Several months later they signed with Republic Nashville, part of the Big Machine

Label Group. They released their second album, Anything Goes on October 14, 2014. Their third

album, Dig Your Roots, was released on August 26, 2016, and the fourth Can’t Say I Ain’t Country

on February 15, 2019. Their fifth album, Life Rolls On, was released on February 12, 2021.

They have recently teamed up again with pop recording artist Nelly for the single “Lil Bit” (Columbia)

that is actually getting crossover action from pop to Country. We always follow them

quite closely here at New Music Weekly and will continue as they always seem to make powerful

moves in the music industry. This is our annual Nominations 2021 issue. Please take the time

to review and to participate in our annual New Music Awards by your votes and support on our

website. We’d like to congratulate all of our nominees and wish them continued success.

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T O P 4 0

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

1

ARIANA GRANDE — Positions (Republic) 1192 -2 1194 1199 17 70.6 18

2 2 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER — Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 1074 -2 1076 1253 15 72.1 23

3 3 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 1065 +8 1057 1083 15 71.5 15

4 4 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 915 +10 905 903 16 57.6 11

9 5 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 819 +108 711 711 12 68.7 17

7 6 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR — Mood (Records/Columbia) 772 -17 789 837 13 59.8 26

16 7 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 756 +136 620 615 12 63.5 14

18 8 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 741 +148 593 486 11 67.8 7

5 9 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 737 -102 839 841 13 57.1 19

8 10 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 678 -70 748 797 14 48.9 20

11 11 CHRIS BROWN & YOUNG THUG — Go Crazy (300 Entertainment/RCA) 670 -9 679 678 10 67.5 33

14 12 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 639 +5 634 634 12 53.7 20

13 13 MEGAN THEE STALLION — Body (300 Entertainment) 634 -15 649 649 11 58.1 12

19 14 JUSTIN BIEBER

— Anyone (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 629 +110 519 489 12 52.9 8

17 15 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 607 +3 604 606 10 61.2 29

10 16 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 600 -98 698 705 7 86.2 36

12 17 JUSTIN BIEBER & BENNY BLANCO — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 593 -60 653 609 13 46.1 19

15 18 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 587 -42 629 718 9 65.7 9

20 19 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 509 +3 506 506 9 57.0 21

23 20 MACHINE GUN KELLY & BLACKBEAR

— My Ex’s Best Friend (Bad Boy/Interscope) 498 +91 407 404 12 42.0 2 19

25 21 AVA MAX — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) 479 +78 401 241 11 44.0 1 5

26 22 TATE MCRAE — You Broke Me First (RCA) 460 +65 395 351 11 42.3 2 21

21 23 SHAWN MENDES & JUSTIN BIEBER — Monster (Island/Republic) 454 -10 464 478 8 57.2 14

22 24 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 423 +2 421 421 8 53.3 19

24 25 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 408 +1 407 405 8 51.5 14

27 26 CHRISTOS — Numb (Crank Music) 385 +5 380 378 7 55.5 16

31 27 JASON DERULO W/ADAM LEVINE — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 372 +71 301 247 10 37.7 2 5

28 28 RITT MOMNEY — Put Your Records On (Disruptor/Columbia) 370 +12 358 308 9 41.6 16

29 29 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 357 +4 353 353 11 32.9 22

30 30 BBC CHILDREN IN NEED — Stop Crying Your Heart Out (Decca/Universal) 318 +3 315 315 4 80.0 14

33 31 KID LAROI — So Done (Columbia) 294 +49 245 245 7 42.5 13

35 32 JIMY BISHOP — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 289 +58 231 57 9 32.6 3 3

34 33 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 261 +28 233 233 4 65.7 20

32 34 SIGALA & JAMES ARTHUR

— Lasting Lover (Last Nite/Arista) 252 +6 246 248 7 36.5 12

36 35 POP SMOKE — What You Know Bout Love (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic) 222 -5 227 227 5 44.9 16

37 36 ALL TIME LOW W/BLACKBEAR

— Monsters (Fueled By Ramen/WMG) 207 +22 185 184 6 35.0 29

— 37 DUA LIPA — We’re Good (Warner Music) 202 NEW 116 0 7 29.3 4 2

38 38 KID LAROI — Without You (Columbia) 183 0 183 74 7 26.6 7

39 39 SAWEETIE W/DOJA CAT — Best Friend (ICY/Artistry/Warner) 179 0 179 179 7 26.0 6

— 40 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 162 NEW 160 160 6 27.5 14

Drops (Recurrents):

Sam Smith “Diamonds”, Illenium, Dabin & Lights “Hearts Of Fire”, Kaskade “Solid Ground”, Aviella “Tell Me What You’re Thinking”, Robbie Mendez “Imagine”

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TOP40 CHARTBOUND

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Inside Top40 Radio

by: Paul Loggins

Sabrina Carpenter — Skin (Island) 161 -2 163 7

Tiesto — The Business (Atlantic) 144 +20 124 4

Meduza w/Dermot Kennedy — Paradise (Island/UMG) 127 +19 108 3 1

Cardi B — Up (Atlantic) 125 +48 77 5 2

Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez — Dakiti (Rimas Entertainment) 116 0 116 3

TOP40 UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Travis Scott & HVME — Goosebumps (Cactus Jack/Epic) 116 0 116 3

Lodato & Bright Sparks — Good Thing (Spinnin’) 114 0 114 2

Zara Larsson w/Young Thug — Talk About Love (Epic) 110 +4 106 5

Catie Waters — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 107 +43 64 6

Loud Luxury And Frank Walker w/Stephen Puth — Like Gold (Armada Music) 106 0 106 2

Rebecca Angel — For What It’s Worth (A Train) 91 +4 87 2

Chris Milo — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) 87 +38 49 6 1

SZA — Good Days (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 77 NEW 0 3 3

Glass Animals — Heat Waves (Polydor) 72 0 72 2

Steve Aoki & Willy William w/S.Paul, El Alfa, S.Ebbasta — Mambo (Dim Mak) 66 NEW 0 2 2

Rhett May — Latex Lady (Ind) 64 +4 60 2

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano w/Hannah Ellis — What If (Sono Music) 64 0 64 2

Vicetone — No Rest (Monstercat) 64 0 64 2

Clean Bandit w/Iann Dior — Higher (Atlantic) 62 NEW 0 2 2

Nelly & Florida Georgia Line — Lil Bit (Records/Columbia) 62 +3 59 3

Selena Gomez — De Una Vez (Interscope) 60 NEW 0 2 2

Billy F. Otis — On My Street (CVB Music) 59 +4 55 2

Loona — Star (Blockberry Creative) 57 0 57 3

Fat Joe w/DJ Khaled & Amorphous — Sunshine (RNG/Empire) 56 NEW 0 2 2

Weezer — All My Favorite Songs (Atlantic) 52 +30 22 2 1

Nathan Dawe x Little Mix — No Time For Tears (Atlantic) 52 0 52 2

Gwen Stefani — Let Me Reintroduce Myself (Interscope) 50 NEW 0 2 2

Melanie C — Into You (Red Girl/Capitol) 50 0 50 1

Brynn Elliott — Tell Me I’m Pretty (Atlantic) 50 0 50 1

Joshua Bassett — Lie Lie Lie (Warner Music) 44 NEW 0 2 2

Gorgon City & Drama — You’ve Done Enough (Positiva) 44 0 44 2

Lucas & Steve — I Want It All (Spinnin’) 44 0 44 2

Conan Gray — Overdrive (Universal/UMG) 35 NEW 0 1 1

Masked Wolf — Astronaut In The Ocean (Elektra/WEA) 35

NEW 0 1 1

Mr Mooq — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 33 NEW 0 3 3

Revenge Wife — Earthquake (Revenge Wife) 25 NEW 0 1 1

Mike Posner w/Stanaj & Yung Bae — Momma Always Told Me (Arista/Sony) 25 +4 21 1

Duran Duran — Five Years (S Curve/BMG) 25 0 25 1

Meg Berry — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 24 +2 22 1

Kings Of Leon — The Bandit (RCA) 24 0 24 1

Ava Max has made quite the name for

herself over the past year. She seems to have

found her groove and shows it very well indeed

with a song called “My Head & My Heart” (Atlantic). Big numbers for this one out of

the box which tells us that a hit is in the making. The Kid Laroi has come on the scene

and is making the most out of a good situation. The new hit called “Without You”

(Columbia) tells us all we need to know that this artist is here to stay. Travis Scott

has teamed up with HVME for a super monster hit single. “Goosebumps (Cactus

Jack/Epic) is the jam that everyone is raving about and for a very good reason. It’s

truly what Top40 is all about and even more so get this into heavy now.

The pairing of Jason Derulo & Adam Levine is bringing additional fortunes

to the both of them (as if they really need it right). “Lifestyle” (Atlantic) is the jam

that is already in power mode on KIIS Los Angeles & so many more it’s hard to

even keep count. A great song at that. Daya is back at radio and that’s always a good

thing indeed. Her new “Bad Girl” (AWAL) is as good as they come and just at the

right time for radio to be sure. Also getting some spins up and around the USA is

Nelly who has joined forces with Florida Georgia Line. Together they are taking

the single “Lil Bit” (RECORDS/Columbia) out for a spins and the results are pretty

amazing. Make sure this gets on your radio list soon.

Cardi B is back at Top40 with another gem for the ages. Her new single entitled

“Up” (Atlantic) is receiving raves from many of our music and program directors.

This is always a good sign that tells us a lot about just how strong a track is for radio.

SZA is also back with a music masterpiece. “Good Days” (Top Dawg/RCA) is the

track that I’m talking about and it’s actually one of her best to date. Are you up on

Glass Animals? If not then what are you waiting for? “Heat Waves” (Republic) is

the track that is setting the radio world on fire. I would get to this sooner than later if

you know what I mean. Team work is a dream work so says Sigala & James Arthur.

Together they are making waves across the USA with the single called “Lasting

Lover” (Last Nite/Arista). A real treat for the entire family here.

I asked the question last time out about what is better than one hit single? How

about two. That’s what Ariana Grande continues to work on has both her “34+35”

& “Positions” (Republic) take flight to top of the chart status. She always seems to

keep doing this double release thang and it just keeps working out every time. So

keep it up Ariana. If it keeps working then don’t change a thing. The latest pairing

of Miley Cyrus & Dua Lipa continues strong again from coast to coast. “Prisoner”

(Warner/RCA) is the track that has put them together and on the right path to top

of the chart status.

Justin Bieber has a monster single on his hands and make no mistake about

that. The new “Anyone” (Def Jam) from the Bieb is about as radio friendly as they

come. It’s being powered to heavy on many Top40 outlets who just can’t seem to get

enough. Billie Eilish continues to be build more fans and friends at radio. Her latest in

“Therefore I Am” (Darkroom/Interscope) is keeping her above the pack in so many

ways it’s hard to keep track. Ritt Momney is continues to take the radio world by

storm. The magic in the well-crafted rendition of “Put Your Records On” (Columbia)

is nothing short of brilliant. Just wish I would have come up with that idea.

The Weeknd is enjoying huge surge in popularity from his recent Super Bowl

outing. Even though he put his own money up for the performance it’s already paying

off as he announces his new world tour dates. It also put some additional spin action

towards his current charted hit “Save Your Tears” (Republic) so it’s a win-win. Black

Pontiac has another Top40 gem to brag about. Recent NMA nominees have been

getting raves for their latest in “School Girls” (Appreciated Music). While we’re on

the subject of awards, check out many of our nominated acts that are killing it on

the charts from this format and beyond. Make sure to hit the New Music Weekly

website up and get your votes in while our open ballot still exists. A big congrats to

all of our New Music Award nominees.

TOP40 MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Dua Lipa — We’re Good (Warner Music) 4

2 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 3

3 SZA — Good Days (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 3

4 Mr Mooq — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 3

5 Steve Aoki & W. William w/S.Paul, El Alfa, S.Ebbasta — Mambo (Dim Mak) 2

6 Gwen Stefani — Let Me Reintroduce Myself (Interscope) 2

7 Joshua Bassett — Lie Lie Lie (Warner Music) 2

8 Clean Bandit w/Iann Dior — Higher (Atlantic) 2

9 Selena Gomez — De Una Vez (Interscope) 2

10 Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear — My Ex’s Best Friend (Interscope) 2

11 Tate McRae — You Broke Me First (RCA) 2

12 Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 2

13 Cardi B — Up (Atlantic) 2

14 Fat Joe w/DJ Khaled & Amorphous — Sunshine (RNG/Empire) 2

15 Revenge Wife — Earthquake (Revenge Wife) 1

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INDIE TOP40

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

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DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 639 +5 634 565 12 53.7 20

2 2 MEGAN THEE STALLION — Body (300 Entertainment) 634 -15 649 586 11 58.1 12

4 3 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 607 +3 604 649 10 61.2 29

1 4 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 600 -98 698 819 7 86.2 36

5 5 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 509 +3 506 581 9 57.0 21

6 6 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 423 +2 421 430 8 53.3 19

7 7 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 408 +1 407 393 8 51.5 15

8 8 CHRISTOS — Numb (Crank Music) 385 +5 380 386 7 55.5 16

9 9 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 357 +4 353 319 11 32.9 22

11 10 JIMY BISHOP — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 289 +58 231 0 9 32.6 3 3

10 11 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 261 +28 233 205 4 65.7 22

12 12 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 162 +2 160 160 6 27.5 15

13 13 BAD BUNNY & JHAY CORTEZ — Dakiti (Rimas Entertainment) 116 0 116 116 3 39.1 12

14 14 LODATO & BRIGHT SPARKS — Good Thing (Spinnin’) 114 0 114 126 2 57.5 5

23 15 CATIE WATERS — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 107 +43 64 0 6 18.3 3

15 16 LOUD LUXURY AND FRANK WALKER W/STEPHEN PUTH — Like Gold (Armada Music) 106 0 106 120 2 53.5 12

18 17 REBECCA ANGEL — For What It’s Worth (A Train) 91 +4 87 84 2 46.0 22

27 18 CHRIS MILO — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) 87 +38 49 0 6 15.0 1 3

— 19 STEVE AOKI & WILLY WILLIAM W/S.PAUL, EL ALFA, S.EBBASTA — Mambo (Dim Mak) 66 NEW 0 0 2 33.5 2 1

24 20 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 64 +4 60 56 2 32.5 12

21 21 SUNNERY JAMES & RYAN MARCIANO W/HANNAH ELLIS — What If (Sono Music) 64 0 64 0 2 32.5 2

22 22 VICETONE — No Rest (Monstercat) 64 0 64 0 2 32.5 2

26 23 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 59 +4 55 51 2 30.0 16

25 24 LOONA — Star (Blockberry Creative) 57 0 57 61 3 19.5 6

— 25 FAT JOE W/DJ KHALED & AMORPHOUS — Sunshine (RNG/Empire) 56 NEW 0 0 2 28.5 2 4

28 26 GORGON CITY & DRAMA — You’ve Done Enough (Positiva) 44 0 44 0 2 22.5 2

29 27 LUCAS & STEVE — I Want It All (Spinnin’) 44 0 44 0 2 22.5 2

— 28 MR MOOQ — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 33 NEW 0 0 3 11.5 3 3

— 29 REVENGE WIFE — Earthquake (Revenge Wife) 25 NEW 0 0 1 25.5 1 1

29 30 MEG BERRY — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 24 +2 22 20 1 24.5 6

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T O P 4 0 / c h R

WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

1 1 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 330 +4 326 289 4 83.0

2 2 ARIANA GRANDE — Positions (Republic) 314 -1 315 288 4 79.0

3 3 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 255 -4 259 259 3 85.5

5 4 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 231 +6 225 203 4 58.2

7 5 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 226 +10 216 200 4 57.0

14 6 JUSTIN BIEBER

— Anyone (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 216 +106 110 86 3 72.5

6 7 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR — Mood (Records/Columbia) 205 -14 219 169 3 68.8

8 8 MEGAN THEE STALLION — Body (300 Entertainment) 186 -22 208 202 3 62.5

13 9 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 182 +68 114 102 3 61.1

9 10 SHAWN MENDES & JUSTIN BIEBER

— Monster (Island/Republic) 173 0 173 173 3 58.1

— 11 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 164 NEW 46 46 2 82.5

11 12 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 163 0 163 153 2 82.0

— 13 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 158 NEW 52 52 2 79.5

12 14 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 132 0 132 132 2 66.5

20 15 JASON DERULO W/ADAM LEVINE — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 128 +68 60 14 3 43.1 2

15 16 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 98 0 98 98 1 98.5

16 17 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 98 0 98 163 1 98.5

17 18 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 97 0 97 96 1 97.5

18 19 CHRISTOS — Numb (Crank Music) 97 +1 96 95 1 97.5

— 20 TATE MCRAE — You Broke Me First (RCA) 74 NEW 0 0 2 37.5 2

CENTRAL REGION

2 1 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 360 +11 349 276 5 72.5

3 2 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 345 -3 348 236 6 58.0

4 3 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 326 +18 308 262 6 54.8

6 4 ARIANA GRANDE — Positions (Republic) 306 +1 305 231 6 51.5

7 5 CHRIS BROWN & YOUNG THUG — Go Crazy (300 Entertainment/RCA) 289 -9 298 219 4 72.7

1 6 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 287 -71 358 336 5 57.9

8 7 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER — Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 283 -6 289 380 5 57.1

9 8 BBC CHILDREN IN NEED — Stop Crying Your Heart Out (Decca/Universal) 273 0 273 273 3 91.5

11 9 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 263 +28 235 147 4 66.2

5 10 JUSTIN BIEBER & BENNY BLANCO — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 257 -49 306 214 4 64.7

10 11 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 252 0 252 217 4 63.5

— 12 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 236 NEW 168 126 4 59.5

13 13 MEGAN THEE STALLION — Body (300 Entertainment) 216 +7 209 152 5 43.7

12 14 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 213 0 213 213 5 43.1

15 15 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR — Mood (Records/Columbia) 202 -3 205 252 4 51.0

20 16 MACHINE GUN KELLY & BLACKBEAR

— My Ex’s Best Friend (Interscope) 191 +21 170 136 5 38.7

17 17 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 190 0 190 306 2 95.5

19 18 JIMY BISHOP — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 185 0 185 0 3 62.1

18 19 RITT MOMNEY — Put Your Records On (Disruptor/Columbia) 184 -3 187 132 3 61.8

16 20 TATE MCRAE — You Broke Me First (RCA) 182 -9 191 138 3 61.1

EASTERN REGION

1 1 ARIANA GRANDE — Positions (Republic) 476 0 476 472 6 79.8

2 2 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 461 0 461 442 6 77.3

4 3 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 318 0 318 320 5 64.1

5 4 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 310 +2 308 308 5 62.5

6 5 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 306 +1 305 304 6 51.5

7 6 CHRIS BROWN & YOUNG THUG — Go Crazy (300 Entertainment/RCA) 284 0 284 268 5 57.3

8 7 SHAWN MENDES & JUSTIN BIEBER

— Monster (Island/Republic) 270 0 270 270 4 68.0

9 8 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 259 0 259 261 4 65.2

10 9 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR

— Mood (Records/Columbia) 248 0 248 245 4 62.5

11 10 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 248 0 248 207 3 83.1

12 11 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 246 0 246 246 3 82.5

14 12 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 226 0 226 226 4 57.0

15 13 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 226 0 226 226 4 57.0

13 14 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 226 0 226 226 4 57.0

16 15 CHRISTOS — Numb (Crank Music) 224 0 224 220 4 56.5

— 16 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 199 NEW 144 144 3 66.8

18 17 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 196 0 196 196 2 98.5

17 18 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 196 0 196 194 2 98.5

19 19 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 194 0 194 190 2 97.5

20 20 JUSTIN BIEBER & BENNY BLANCO — Lonely (Def Jam/Interscope) 189 0 189 142 6 32.0

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T O P 4 0 / C H R R E P O R T E R S

F I N D C O M P L E T E P L A Y L I S T S F O R A L L R E P O R T E R S O N L I N E A T S T S

Free99/Longview, TX

GM/OM: Justin Walters

Top Five

Carmen Traub “Abrasive”

Lena Paige “Joan Of Arkansas”

Ashe w/Niall “Moral Of The Story”

Meghan Trainor “All The Ways”

Billie Joe Armstrong “I Think We’re Alone Now”

No Adds

Hot 93.7/Stillwater, OK

GM/OM: Paul M Johnson

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Ritt Momney “Put Your Records On”

Weeknd “Save Your Tears”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

No Adds

Hot Box/Conyers, GA

PD: Earl Z Pearl

MD: Chell Kareem

APD: Mack Kareem

Top Five

Travis Scott w/Young Thug & M.I.A. “Franchise”

Saweetie w/Doja Cat “Best Friend”

Busta Rhymes w/Missy Elliott & Kelly Rowland “Get It”

Bryson Tiller w/Drake “Outta Time”

Cee Lo Green w/Melanie Fiona “Fool For You”

No Adds

HRE/Tallinn, Harjumaa Estonia

PD: Andrus Kuzmin

Top Five

Blackbear “Hot Girl Bummer”

Loud Luxury & Anders “Love No More”

Sam Smith “Diamonds”

Lukas Graham w/G Eazy “Share That Love”

Katy Perry “Smile”

No Adds

KDUC-FM/Barstow, CA

PD: Mike Garcia

Top Five

Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira “Girl Like Me”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Adds

Tate McRae “You Broke Me First” (37)

Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear “My Ex’s Best Friend”

(35)

Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine “Lifestyle” (34)

Steve Aoki & Willy William w/S.Paul, El Alfa, S.Ebbasta &

Play N Skillz “Mambo” (33)

Internet Money w/Swae Lee & Future “Thrusting” (32)

Clean Bandit w/Iann Dior “Higher” (31)

Selena Gomez “De Una Vez” (30)

Juice WRLD & Marshmello & The Kid Laroi “Hate The

Other Side” (29)

Fat Joe w/DJ Khaled & Amorphous “Sunshine” (28)

Gwen Stefani “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” (25)

Cardi B “Up” (24)

Joshua Bassett “Lie Lie Lie” (22)

KDUQ-FM/Barstow, CA

Top Five

Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira “Girl Like Me”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Adds

Tate McRae “You Broke Me First” (37)

Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear “My Ex’s Best Friend”

(35)

Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine “Lifestyle” (34)

Steve Aoki & Willy William w/S.Paul, El Alfa, S.Ebbasta &

Play N Skillz “Mambo” (33)

Internet Money w/Swae Lee & Future “Thrusting” (32)

Clean Bandit w/Iann Dior “Higher” (31)

Selena Gomez “De Una Vez” (30)

Juice WRLD & Marshmello & The Kid Laroi “Hate The

Other Side” (29)

Fat Joe w/DJ Khaled & Amorphous “Sunshine” (28)

Gwen Stefani “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” (25)

Cardi B “Up” (24)

Joshua Bassett “Lie Lie Lie” (22)

KLQQ-FM/Sheridan, WY

GM/OM: Grant Toth

PD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

December Rose “Apple Tree”

Primadonna Reeds “So Far So Good”

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande “Rain On Me”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

No Adds

KLZY-FM/Minneapolis, KS

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

Top Five

Lil Nas X “Holiday”

Surf Mesa w/Emilee “Ily”

Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth “I Hope”

Ava Max “Kings & Queens”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

No Adds

KPLT-FM/Paris, TX

GM/OM: Cary Eldridge

PD: Eric Kauffman

MD: Dan Murphy

APD: Steven Johnston

Top Five

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco “Lonely”

Sam Smith “Diamonds”

BTS “Dynamite”

Jesse Pepe “Little Man”

No Adds

KQID-FM/Alexandria, LA

PD: Joshua Godwin

Top Five

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

Chris Brown & Young Thug “Go Crazy”

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco “Lonely”

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Adds

Yung Gravy “Oops” (20)

Meduza w/Dermot Kennedy “Paradise” (19)

KRYC-FM/Yuba City, CA

GM/OM: Dan Mathews

MD: Andy Herrera

APD: Jay Salter

Top Five

Taylor Swift “Willow”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

December Rose “Apple Tree”

Adds

Dua Lipa “We’re Good” (14)

Jimy Bishop “Take It To The Streets” (7)

KSPI-FM/Stillwater, OK

GM/OM: Paul M Johnson

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Ritt Momney “Put Your Records On”

Weeknd “Save Your Tears”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

No Adds

Pop Across The Pond/Tarrytown, NY

PD: Tim Tyrrell

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Melanie C “Into You”

Brynn Elliott “Tell Me I’m Pretty”

Kid Laroi “Without You”

Catie Waters “Crazy”

Adds

Dua Lipa “We’re Good” (30)

Weezer “All My Favorite Songs” (30)

Revenge Wife “Earthquake” (25)

Grandson “Dirty” (25)

Meredith O’Connor “You Are Not Alone” (15)

Chris Milo “Poisoned Love” (10)

Sound Machine/Moyock, NC

GM/OM: Thomas Barstow

Top Five

Jesse Pepe “Little Man”

Eileen Carey “Keep Your Love To Yourself”

Garrett Young “Get Gone”

Rebecca Angel “For What It’s Worth”

Toni Land “Crazed And Dazed”

Adds

Mr Mooq “No One” (19)

THH/Pompano Beach, Florida

PD: Bill Hennes

Top Five

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Chris Brown & Young Thug “Go Crazy”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Adds

SZA “Good Days” (35)

Masked Wolf “Astronaut In The Ocean” (35)

Conan Gray “Overdrive” (35)

W4ATC/Raleigh, NC

PD: BJ Attarian

Top Five

Tyron Hapi & SUD & Sam Bruno “Lonely Heart”

Lodato & Bright Sparks “Good Thing”

Weeknd “Save Your Tears”

Pendulum “Nothing For Free”

Meduza w/Dermot Kennedy “Paradise”

No Adds

WCGD-FM/Edgar, NE

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

Top Five

BBC Children In Need “Stop Crying Your Heart Out”

Larry Dvoskin “Life Is Strange”

Harry Styles “Falling”

Shawn Mendes “Wonder”

AJR “Bang!”

No Adds

WEDB-FM/Dublin, GA

PD: Bobby Dee

Top Five

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior “Mood”

AJR “Bang!”

Ava Max “Kings & Queens”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Dua Lipa w/DaBaby “Levitating”

Adds

Jimy Bishop “Take It To The Streets” (20)

WERF-FM/Bangor, ME

PD: Troy Welch

Top Five

Drake w/Lil Durk “Laugh Now Cry Later”

Zoe Wees “Control”

AJR “Bang!”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco “Lonely”

No Adds

Wide Music Top40/Troy, NY

GM/OM: Art Durivage

Top Five

Jesse Pepe “Little Man”

nxtime w/Kayla Joe “Future Love”

Garrett Young “Do You Hear My Cries”

Leonard Rashad “Another You”

Rhett May “Sing For Me”

Adds

Jimy Bishop “Take It To The Streets” (15)

WKNC-FM/Raleigh, NC

GM/OM: Music Director

Top Five

Tyron Hapi & SUD & Sam Bruno “Lonely Heart”

Lodato & Bright Sparks “Good Thing”

Weeknd “Save Your Tears”

Pendulum “Nothing For Free”

Meduza w/Dermot Kennedy “Paradise”

No Adds

WKNY-FM/Kinston, NY

MD: Warren Lawrence

Top Five

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Taylor Swift “Willow”

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Adds

Dua Lipa “We’re Good” (21)

SZA “Good Days” (21)

Mr Mooq “No One” (7)

WKNY-AM/Kingston, NY

PD: Linda Rosnerwkny

MD: Warren Lawrence

Top Five

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Taylor Swift “Willow”

Ariana Grande “34 + 35”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Adds

Dua Lipa “We’re Good” (21)

SZA “Good Days” (21)

Mr Mooq “No One” (7)

WMQT-FM/Marquette, MI

PD: Jim Koski

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Taylor Swift “Willow”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Harry Styles “Golden”

Dua Lipa w/DaBaby “Levitating”

Adds

Ava Max “My Head & My Heart” (11)

WPWR/Jacksonville, FL

PD: Torie Jones

MD: Javon Bass

Top Five

YFN Lucci w/Trey Songz “All Night Long”

Smooth B “Before”

Evereade “Yesterday”

Ea2 Musik w/Baz “Your Ways”

Tasha Page Lockhart “Why Not Me”

No Adds

WWFA-FM/Florence, AL

PD: Vince Wilson

MD: James Copeland

Top Five

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Drake w/Lil Durk “Laugh Now Cry Later”

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior “Mood”

Megan Thee Stallion “Body”

No Adds

WXRY-FM/Columbia, SC

PD: Steve Varholy

Top Five

Cannons “Fire For You”

Royal & The Serpent “Overwhelmed”

All Time Low w/Blackbear “Monsters”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Royal Blood “Trouble’s Coming”

No Adds

WYDL-FM/Corinth, MS

PD: Mike Brant

MD: Vince Wilson

Top Five

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Ariana Grande “Positions”

Drake w/Lil Durk “Laugh Now Cry Later”

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior “Mood”

Megan Thee Stallion “Body”

No Adds

WZJM/Cleveland, OH

PD: Mike Davis

MD: Ryan Scheinrock

Top Five

Zedd & Jasmine Thompson “Funny”

Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid “Be Like That”

Justin Bieber w/Post Malone & Clever “Forever”

Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo “Savage Love”

Juice Wrld & Marshmello “Come & Go”

No Adds

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LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

1

GABBY BARRETT W/CHARLIE PUTH — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 737 -68 805 805 22 34.0 36

3 2 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 698 +1 697 697 14 50.3 23

4 3 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 695 +3 692 698 21 33.5 29

2 4 SAM SMITH — Diamonds (Capitol) 682 -37 719 719 17 40.6 23

5 5 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 658 +5 653 646 12 55.3 20

7 6 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 595 +19 576 568 14 43.0 9

8 7 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 591 +23 568 556 19 31.6 20

6 8 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR — Mood (Records/Columbia) 574 -2 576 528 11 52.6 24

11 9 AVA MAX — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 521 +36 485 425 14 37.7 28

13 10 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 505 +43 462 424 12 42.5 12

14 11 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 484 +32 452 441 14 35.0 11

15 12 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 401 -15 416 417 8 50.6 19

31 13 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 382 +162 220 212 9 42.9 6

22 14 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 365 +51 314 273 12 30.9 14

19 15 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 354 +5 349 342 16 22.6 23

18 16 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 351 +1 350 348 10 35.6 20

21 17 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 343 +4 339 328 14 25.0 22

17 18 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 343 -43 386 384 4 86.2 21

20 19 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 307 -35 342 350 6 51.6 36

23 20 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 306 +12 294 251 14 22.3 15

16 21 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 302 -96 398 386 6 50.8 14

26 22 CHRISTINA AGUILERA — Loyal Brave True (Walt Disney) 297 +13 284 278 7 42.9 15

28 23 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 286 +19 267 262 14 20.9 15

27 24 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 277 +3 274 272 4 69.7 19

25 25 MAI PHUONG — Dear Girl (Concore Entertainment) 275 -10 285 285 5 55.5 19

29 26 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 245 +18 227 179 7 35.5 12

33 27 GRAMMA RIKKI — Our Story (Ind) 229 +56 173 123 12 19.5 5

32 28 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 218 +23 195 182 10 22.3 16

35 29 LEVI PERRY — 2020/21 New World Day (Ind) 214 +61 153 117 11 19.9 5

— 30 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 166 NEW 135 108 14 12.3 1 8

34 31 REBECCA ANGEL — For What It’s Worth (A Train) 166 0 166 211 7 24.2 22

36 32 LANY — If This Is The Last Time (Polydor) 164 +18 146 142 6 27.8 18

38 33 FITZ — Head Up High (Elektra/EMG) 162 +21 141 131 6 27.5 15

— 34 JASON DERULO W/ADAM LEVINE — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 155 NEW 108 88 9 17.7 3 5

— 35 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 153 NEW 134 103 13 12.2 7

37 36 CAROLINE KREUTZBERGER

— Till I’ll Fly (Fullmax Recordings) 147 +1 146 146 2 74.0 23

— 37 JUSTIN BIEBER — Anyone (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 142 NEW 121 120 8 18.2 7

— 38 GARRETT YOUNG — Who’s To Blame (West Coast Collective) 141 NEW 94 54 11 13.3 3 3

39 39 NATALIE NICOLE GILBERT — Not Dark Yet (Harbor Road Entertainment) 141 +1 140 140 3 47.5 21

— 40 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 135 NEW 115 98 12 11.7 8

Drops (Recurrents): Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande “Rain On Me”, Harry Styles “Watermelon Sugar”, Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo “Savage Love”, Banners “Someone To You”,

John K “Happiness”, Charlie Kulis Band “Hotel Room”, Phoenix “Identical”, Kid Laroi “So Done”


AC CHARTBOUND

Ava Max — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) 125 +48 77 8 3

Tate McRae — You Broke Me First (RCA) 116 +33 83 5

Meg Berry — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 114 +29 85 13 1

Catie Waters — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 111 +42 69 11 2

Chris Milo — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) 97 +33 64 9

AC UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

All Time Low w/Blackbear — Monsters (Fueled By Ramen/WMG) 95 +37 58 7

Passenger — Sword From The Stone (Nettwerk) 74 +30 44 6 1

Brynn Elliott — Tell Me I’m Pretty (Atlantic) 67 +33 34 5 3

Forest Blakk — If You Love Her (Atlantic) 65 +28 37 5 3

Ruth B. — Slow Fade (Downtown) 62 -7 69 5

Ant Clemons w/Justin Timberlake — Better Days (A Blessing) 49 NEW 20 4 3

Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato — What Other People Say (RCA) 45 +35 10 4 3

Ritt Momney — Put Your Records On (Disruptor/Columbia) 44 0 44 2

Tiesto — The Business (Atlantic) 41 +3 38 2

Dua Lipa — We’re Good (Warner Music) 38 NEW 0 3 3

JP Saxe & Maren Morris — Line By Line (Arista/Sony) 37 +7 30 2

Chris Brown X Young Thug — Say You Love Me (300 Entertainment/RCA) 36 +12 24 3

Mr Mooq — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 33 +16 17 4 2

Travis Reid Ball & The Trouble — California (Ind) 33 +2 31 4

Chris Brown & Young Thug — Go Crazy (300 Entertainment/RCA) 30 0 30 1

Duncan Laurence — Arcade (Capitol) 28 +5 23 2

Nelly & Florida Georgia Line — Lil Bit (Records/Columbia) 25 +15 10 4 3

Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear — My Ex’s Best Friend (Bad Boy/Interscope) 20 +5 15 1

Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 19 +2 17 2

Pop Smoke — What You Know Bout Love (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic) 15 +5 10 1

Friday Pilots Club — Look Better In Gold (Big Machine) 14 0 14 1

Cash Cash w/Georgia Ku — Love You Now (Big Beat/WEA) 13 +1 12 1

Tara Hack — Let Go (Ephilm) 12 -3 15 1

Glass Animals — Heat Waves (Polydor) 10 NEW 0 1 1

AJR — Way Less Sad (S Curve/BMG) 10 NEW 0 1 1

Joy Oladokun — Breathe Again (Verve/Republic) 10 NEW 0 1 1

Mike Posner w/Stanaj & Yung Bae — Momma Always Told Me (Arista/Sony) 10 0 10 1

Sigala & James Arthur — Lasting Lover (Last Nite/Arista) 10 0 10 1

Baywud — All Together Now (Gone Global/Pure Pop Music) 9 NEW 0 1 1

Genesis — Frozen In Time (The Way) 9 0 9 2

Carolyn Walden — Be Careful Who You Follow (Starmaker) 5 NEW 5 1

Jamie Gazelle n X Boy — Take The Blood Of Jesus (GgiX) 5 NEW 5 1

Phil Mitchell Band — I Remember You (Morning Star Recordings) 5 NEW 5 1

Michael J — Lovin’ It (Wanted) 5 NEW 5 1

Phil Mitchell Band — My Love Is True (Morning Star Recordings) 5 0 5 1

Inside AC Radio

by: Larry Weir

All Time Low and their newest partner

in Blackbear are providing much entertainment

and excitement at the format. “Monsters”

(Fueled By Ramen/EMG) is the jam that I’m referring to and this one is as good as

they get for Hot AC & Top40 outlets. Brynn Elliott is making the most out of the

cast of music and programmers from coast to coast. “Tell Me I’m Pretty” (Atlantic)

is the single that was a bit overlooked out of the box but is now starting to take hold

and make bold and beautiful moves just about everywhere. It might be time to make

Brynn a name on your radio playlist and give your listeners a real treat.

Sam Fischer has joined forces with Demi Lovato for a single that needs your

immediate attention. “What Other People Say” (RCA) is a great track that tells a

good story quite relevant to what is going on today. Already picking up stations

each and every week, this one is really and truly a must add. Tate McRea is also

making some rather strong moves at the format and make no mistake about that.

“You Broke Me First” (RCA) is the single that has been a winner from week #1.

This single has top of the chart potential in every way.

Ava Max is really becoming the new queen of radio. Just about everything

she has released over the past months has become monster singles. With that being

said, it’s no surprise to see her latest in “My Head & My Heart” (Atlantic) make

some extra special chart moves. It’s time to get on the Ava Max train and bring your

listeners along for a musical ride. Justin Bieber continues to work his magic at the

format and keep bringing us hit after hit. “Anyone” (Def Jam) is probably one of

his very best to date and watch the phones and texts go off the wall every time this

one gets played. If all goes according to plan this one should be another top charter

in the coming weeks for him.

Joy Oladokun is off and running with a new song that has attracted our music

and programmers here at New Music Weekly. “Breathe Again” (Verve/Republic) is

the new red hot single that really needs your love and attention. It’s one of the better

new songs out there at radio. The Weeknd is basking in all the love and glory from

his recent Super Bowl appearance. Although he’s not the most exciting performer

on the plant, he pulled it off and that has now propelled his latest in “Save Your

Tears” (XO/Republic) for great things.

The Banners continue to amaze us each and every week as their current

“Someone To You” (Island/Republic) pulls ahead of the pack. Remember that I

told you about this great band very early on and I appear to be right. Garrett Young

continues his winning ways at radio. His “Get Gone” (West Coast Collective) taken

from a brand new album is a current chart topper and his new “Who’s To Blame”

also from West Coast Collective is a real solid chart-breaker. Rhett May and his new

“Latex Lady” has turned into something rather special. Gramma Rikki continues

her winning ways as her new “Our Story” pulls in a record of stations and chart

positions. All of the above are also recent NMA Award nominees and truly deserve

your immediate attention.

Levi Perry and her debut in “2020/21 New World Day” has become the

great surprise hit of 2021. From the first time we heard that single we knew

something special was happening. NMA nominees abound this week as Eileen

Carey & “Keep Your Love To Yourself” (Rolley Coaster) has made a remarkable

showing. Toni Land is as good as an artist can get and shows it off as “Crazed

& Dazed” (Stagework) pulls ahead of the pack. John Michael Ferrari is also

taking his new “Somewhere We Could Fall” (Cappy) to the top of the charts.

Recording artist Jamie Alimorad has had a banner year at AC & deserves your love

and support. Tommy Rice & his “Eternal Promise Of Love” along with Patricia

Barrett from Tommy Rice Music is a solid winner. Many of these artists are New

Music Award Nominees and deserve your immediate attention and support. There

will be only a few weeks to turn their nominations into wins and you can help by

your votes over on our sight @ www.newmusicweekly.com

AC MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Ava Max — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) 3

2 Brynn Elliott — Tell Me I’m Pretty (Atlantic) 3

3 Forest Blakk — If You Love Her (Atlantic) 3

4 Ant Clemons w/Justin Timberlake — Better Days (A Blessing) 3

5 Nelly & Florida Georgia Line — Lil Bit (Records/Columbia) 3

6 Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato — What Other People Say (RCA) 3

7 Dua Lipa — We’re Good (Warner Music) 3

8 Garrett Young — Who’s To Blame (West Coast Collective) 3

9 Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 3

10 Mr Mooq — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 2

11 Catie Waters — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 2

12 Meg Berry — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 1

13 Joy Oladokun — Breathe Again (Verve/Republic) 1

14 Glass Animals — Heat Waves (Polydor) 1

15 AJR — Way Less Sad (S Curve/BMG) 1

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INDIE AC/HOT AC

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

1

1 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 695 +3 692 683 21 33.5 29

2 2 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 658 +5 653 640 12 55.3 22

3 3 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 591 +23 568 570 19 31.6 20

4 4 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 505 +43 462 359 12 42.5 12

9 5 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 365 +51 314 214 12 30.9 16

6 6 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 354 +5 349 304 16 22.6 23

8 7 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 343 +4 339 311 14 25.0 22

5 8 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 343 -43 386 664 4 86.2 21

7 9 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 307 -35 342 669 6 51.6 36

10 10 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 306 +12 294 233 14 22.3 15

13 11 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 286 +19 267 232 14 20.9 15

12 12 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 277 +3 274 270 4 69.7 19

11 13 MAI PHUONG — Dear Girl (Concore Entertainment) 275 -10 285 305 5 55.5 19

15 14 GRAMMA RIKKI — Our Story (Ind) 229 +56 173 80 12 19.5 5

17 15 LEVI PERRY — 2020/21 New World Day (Ind) 214 +61 153 55 11 19.9 5

20 16 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 166 +31 135 57 14 12.3 1 8

16 17 REBECCA ANGEL — For What It’s Worth (A Train) 166 0 166 210 7 24.2 22

21 18 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 153 +19 134 46 13 12.2 8

18 19 CAROLINE KREUTZBERGER

— Till I’ll Fly (Fullmax Recordings) 147 +1 146 144 2 74.0 23

23 20 GARRETT YOUNG — Who’s To Blame (West Coast Collective) 141 +47 94 0 11 13.3 3 3

19 21 NATALIE NICOLE GILBERT — Not Dark Yet (Harbor Road Entertainment) 141 +1 140 139 3 47.5 21

22 22 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 135 +20 115 47 12 11.7 8

24 23 MEG BERRY — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 114 +29 85 42 13 9.2 1 6

25 24 CATIE WATERS — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 111 +42 69 0 11 10.5 2 3

27 25 CHRIS MILO — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) 97 +33 64 0 9 11.2 3

28 26 PASSENGER

— Sword From The Stone (Nettwerk) 74 +30 44 30 6 12.8 1 5

26 27 RUTH B. — Slow Fade (Downtown) 62 -7 69 64 5 12.9 17

— 28 ANT CLEMONS W/JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Better Days (A Blessing) 49 NEW 20 10 4 12.7 3 1

— 29 MR MOOQ — No One (Fortune Frog Music) 33 NEW 17 0 4 8.7 2 3

29 30 TRAVIS REID BALL & THE TROUBLE — California (Ind) 33 +2 31 17 4 8.7 4

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THE GAVEL

by: John Loggins, Esq

A ADAMS

BIRTHDAY F I L E S

T H E ADAMS F I L E S

COULD COST A LOT MORE

by: Randy Adams

Remember the last time you went to a chain restaurant to

celebrate someone’s birthday and the restaurant’s staff substituted

a restaurant’s unique hand clapping “happy birthday”

song for the traditional song? Did you give any thought as

to why they didn’t use the traditional song?

ALL ROADS

IS WARNER/CHAPPELL

EXTRACTING MILLIONS

OF DOLLARS IN

UNLAWFUL LICENSING

FEES?

Now imagine for the moment that you are attending a

one room school house at age 7 in 1893. As you enter at

8:00 a.m. with your books in your arms your two teachers

greet you singing:

Well, consider one further fact: A reported $2,000,000

in licensing fees have been paid annually to Warner Music

Group who claims copyright ownership since a 1988 acqui-

sition LEAD of several TO musical NASHVILLE

holdings which included the well

known 120 year old “Happy Birthday to You” song. However,

many dispute Warner’s copyright claim, arguing that

the song is in “public domain”, available to anyone to use

without If fee you’re payment.

a musician, at some point, the city of

Nashville will be in your plans.

Due Music to Warner’s City fee USA

de-

mands, has earned is it any its wonder

name-

that sake. the last For time decades, you heard

as-

restaurant piring young, personnel and sing-

not

ing so a “happy young country birthday” artists

song

differing have packed from the up words

all of

and their melody belongings known since and

the

1890s? moved to Especially the birthplace

when

using of the country classic music song as with-

we

out all payment know of it. fee A to few Warner

were

could overnight incur a $150,000 successes.

copy-

right violation It took others penalty.

a while

to make a splash.

Subscribers A n d s t i to l l New o t h Mu-

e r s

sic found Weekly odd may jobs recall and

in

“The waited Gavel” years, article and a finally

dozen

years got ago their a break.

discussion of

“Happy While Birthday it’s true to You”

not

copyright everybody disputes that sets and out uncertainties to become which a country existed superstar

at that

time, makes with the Warner’s grade- in claim fact, for it’s copyright hard to be privileges considered until

in

2030! the Of Nashville course, copyright elite as an ownership “A” lister- can that be worth doesn’t millions

stop

to members many from of the finding music out industry.

what all the fuss is about.

Nashville is still country music’s home. But it’s

quickly becoming the home for artists of all genres to

see, and be seen.

There is one particular area that Nashville is suc-

cessful “ Good in morning to you, Good morning to you,

keeping traditional, and deems it important

enough every

Good morning, year to draw

dear radio

children, station

Good programmers

morning to all.”

and music directors to the city. Sure, it’s a party to

some By most accounts these lyrics were written and sung to

extent, but the Country Radio Seminar- CRS- is

not a melody which eventually became famous as the “Birthday

duplicated anywhere in the country by any other

radio

Song” format.

melody, by two sisters from Kentucky, Mildred J.

Hill and Patty Smith Hill. Patty, who was born in 1868, was

There’s a lot to be said about your country music

superstar. a nursery school and kindergarten school teacher. Mildred,

I take notice and pride in the fact that when

an who was born in 1859, had been a kindergarten school

artist wins an award, more times than not, they will

thank

teacher RADIO

but then as

became part of being

a composer their success.

and musical Country

scholar.

artists take the

time The to consensus talk to

of

opinion stations, is and that in

Mildred

turn came their up audi-

with this

melody ence base, in 1893, and

Patty

added

make the them simple feel

lyr-

ics, like for they’re the teachers

part

to of greet the their family.

students

as Because, they entered really,

the

classroom

the listener each is to

morning.

the true In early coun-

1900s

the try lyrics music for artist.

the mel-

ody

And were vice changed versa.

to

include That’s why the radio

popular

“Happy

stations Birthday like the

to

You” legendary phenomenon....

WSM

and

are known the copyright world-

dis-

putes

wide.

and uncertainties

referred to in THE GAVEL article a dozen years ago

Country programmers mingle with artists and at-

tend have continued , and now two parties await a court decision

seminars each year that both inform and entertain.

Networking from a hearing last week in the United States District Court

is everything. And it is much easier now

than

in Los ever

Angeles before

relating to network

to a and

current never

“Birthday” spend a dime

lawsuit.

on

hotels, meals, and functions. But then, you miss out

on the true meaning of CRS. Shaking hands. Have a

beverage. Share ideas. No matter WHAT you do in

16


A C / H O T A C R E P O R T E R S

by: John Loggins, Esq.

FIND COMPLETE PLAYLISTS Law Offices FOR of John ALL F. REPORTERS Loggins ONLINE AT STS

Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato “What Other People Say” (10)

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A C R E P O R T E R S

RADIO SPEAKS

WVIN-FM/Bath, NY

GM/OM: Ray Ross

PD: Joel Oriend

MD: Dan Mathews

APD: Steven Mills

Top Five

Taylor Swift “Willow”

Billie Eilish “Therefore I Am”

Harry Styles “Golden”

Sam Smith “Diamonds”

Ava Max “Kings & Queens”

Adds

Dua Lipa “We’re Good” (14)

Mr Mooq “No One” (7)

WWRR-FM/Scranton, PA

MD: Paul Ciliberto

Top Five

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Dua Lipa w/DaBaby “Levitating”

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior “Mood”

Olivia Rodrigo “Drivers License”

Banners “Someone To You”

Adds

Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine “Lifestyle” (12)

Ava Max “My Head & My Heart” (10)

Brynn Elliott “Tell Me I’m Pretty” (10)

Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato “What Other People

Say” (10)

Forest Blakk “If You Love Her” (8)

Ant Clemons w/Justin Timberlake “Better Days” (8)

Nelly & Florida Georgia Line “Lil Bit” (5)

WYMR-FM/Plymouth, IN

PD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior “Mood”

Justin Bieber w/Chance The Rapper “Holy”

Garrett Young “Get Gone”

Christina Aguilera “Loyal Brave True”

Ed Sheeran “Afterglow”

Adds

Garrett Young “Who’s To Blame” (5)

Tommy Rice w/Patricia Barrett “Eternal Promise Of

love” (5)

Meg Berry “Colored Balloons” (5)

“Ritt Momney & his

rendition of “Put Your

Records On” (Columbia)

is becoming a favorite

here on Absolute Pop”

Michael Johnson/

Absolute Radio

”Billy F Otis and “On

My Street” (BVD)

is now in our KDOL

Country Top 5”

Jim Wolfe/

Livingston, TX

* Based on radio’s weekly reports

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“Travis Reid Ball & the

Trouble has a winner

with “California” on

KGRS”

Jason Kranz/

Stillwater, OK

“Loving the Garrett

Young with “Who’s To

Blame” (West Coast

Collective) breaking on

WNHE”

Ron Dale/Nashville, TN

“Dan + Shay break

another hit with

“Glad You Exist”

(Warner)” on WFLE

Country”

Eddie Plummer/

Flemingsburg, KY

“Twisted” from the

Charlie Kulis Band

is the one to watch

at Sound Machine

Country*

Tom Barstow/

Moyock, SC

“Eternal Promise Of

Love” by Tommy Rice

w/Patricia Barrett is a

favorite here on WIDE

Country”

Art Durivage/Troy, NY

“A big Congrats to

Levi Perry on her

current hit “2020/21

New World Day” –

love it”

Nikki Thunder/

Cherokee, IA

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AC/HOT AC

WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

1 1 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 195 0 195 195 3 65.5

2 2 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 185 0 185 185 3 62.1

4 3 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 175 +10 165 178 3 58.8

5 4 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 170 +14 156 144 4 43.0

6 5 CHRISTINA AGUILERA — Loyal Brave True (Walt Disney) 166 +13 153 85 4 42.0

3 6 MAI PHUONG — Dear Girl (Concore Entertainment) 165 -10 175 195 3 55.5

7 7 AVA MAX — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 158 +7 151 75 5 32.1

9 8 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 151 +7 144 84 3 50.8

10 9 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 145 +14 131 98 3 48.8

8 10 SAM SMITH — Diamonds (Capitol) 144 0 144 118 5 29.3

12 11 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 119 +14 105 98 3 40.1

13 12 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 116 +13 103 27 4 29.5

14 13 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 91 0 91 70 3 30.8

15 14 GABBY BARRETT W/CHARLIE PUTH — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 85 0 85 85 3 28.8

16 15 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 85 0 85 75 3 28.8

— 16 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 77

NEW 56 10 3 26.1

19 17 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 77 +14 63 56 3 26.1

— 18 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 56 NEW 42 10 2 28.5

— 19 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 56 NEW 42 10 2 28.5

— 20 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 55 NEW 55 35 1 55.5

CENTRAL REGION

1 1 GABBY BARRETT W/CHARLIE PUTH — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 182 +1 181 180 6 30.8

2 2 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR

— Mood (Records/Columbia) 160 0 160 50 3 53.8

3 3 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 159 0 159 122 4 40.2

4 4 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 150 0 150 150 3 50.5

5 5 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 131 0 131 20 5 26.7

6 6 CHRISTINA AGUILERA — Loyal Brave True (Walt Disney) 131 0 131 73 3 44.1

7 7 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 130 0 130 130 4 33.0

8 8 SAM SMITH — Diamonds (Capitol) 123 0 123 110 4 31.2

9 9 MAI PHUONG — Dear Girl (Concore Entertainment) 110 0 110 110 2 55.5

11 10 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 102 +14 88 55 3 34.5

12 11 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 87 +7 80 66 4 22.2

14 12 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 73 +7 66 66 5 15.1

13 13 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 72 0 72 58 6 12.5

16 14 AVA MAX — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 69 +7 62 50 3 23.5

15 15 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 63 0 63 63 4 16.2

18 16 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 48 0 48 33 2 24.5

19 17 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 43 0 43 118 2 22.0

20 18 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 41 0 41 27 4 10.7

— 19 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 38 NEW 31 31 3 13.1

— 20 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 35 NEW 35 33 1 35.5

EASTERN REGION

2 1 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 291 +23 268 303 5 58.7

4 2 GABBY BARRETT W/CHARLIE PUTH — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 289 +23 266 303 5 58.3

— 3 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 281 NEW 108 82 5 56.7

1 4 SAM SMITH — Diamonds (Capitol) 273 -1 274 312 5 55.1

6 5 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER

— Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 269 +31 238 253 5 54.3

8 6 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR

— Mood (Records/Columbia) 240 +40 200 162 5 48.5

7 7 AVA MAX — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 234 +34 200 132 5 47.3

17 8 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 216 +40 176 192 5 43.7

3 9 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 198 -70 268 303 2 99.5

9 10 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 198 0 198 198 2 99.5

11 11 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 196 0 196 196 2 98.5

12 12 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 196 0 196 196 2 98.5

13 13 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 196 0 196 196 2 98.5

10 14 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 196 0 196 194 2 98.5

19 15 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 195 +33 162 105 5 39.5

15 16 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 194 0 194 194 2 97.5

14 17 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 194 0 194 194 2 97.5

20 18 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 192 +40 152 192 5 38.9

18 19 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 184 +8 176 120 2 92.5

— 20 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 144 NEW 120 72 2 72.5

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TOP40 WEB

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL WK

# 1

STICKY FINGERS — I Miss The Good Times (Continental)

560 NEW 0

0 6 93.8

11

— 2 MARSHA JEWELL — Butterfly (Jewell Lane)

415 NEW 0

0 6 69.6

10

— 3 ELLIE GOULDING — Burn (Cherrytree/Interscope)

374 NEW 0

0 4 94.0

18

— 4 LORDE — Team (Lava/Republic)

368 NEW 0

0 4 92.5

16

— 5 DEMI LOVATO — Neon Lights (Hollywood)

350 NEW 0

0 5 70.5

1 15

— 6 ALLEN D — You & The Night & The Music (New Terra)

341 NEW 0

0 6 57.3

10

— 7 FRANK D`ANGELO — Break It Down (BKCI)

307 NEW 0

0 4 77.2

36

— 8 JENNIFER RICHMAN — Home Inside (Dancing Rose)

300 NEW 0

CHARTBOUND

Aloe Blacc — The Man (Interscope) 274 NEW 0 4

Katy Perry — Dark Horse (Capitol) 265 NEW 0 3

Bruno Mars — Young Girls (Atlantic/WEA) 259 NEW 0 3

Shakira w/Rihanna — Can’t Remember To Forget You (Sony Music Latin) 248 NEW 0 4 1

Beyond The Sun — Shooting Star (OM20) 237 NEW 0 3

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Neon Trees — Sleeping With A Friend (Mercury)

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4

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COLLEGE DROPS

ADDS

A Great Big World “Say Something”, Paramore “Ain’t it fun”,

Jhene Aiko “The Worst”, Ed Barker w/Lance Ellington “When

You Smile”, Cole Phoenix “UFO”, MKTO “Classic”, Chainsmokers

“Selfie”, Tiesto “Red Lights”, Austin Mahone w/Pitbull “Mmm

Yeah”, Amen Alibi “Break Down & Cry”, Disclosure w/Sam Smith

“Latch”, Amelia Scalies “I Should’ve Known”, Carmen & Camille

“Away”, Eminem w/Nate Ruess “Headlights”, Ashley Allen “Body

Say No, Heart Say Yes”, Pitbull w/GRL “Wild Wild Love”, U2

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MUSIC BIZ

Beach Boys have sold the rights to

their intellectual property

The ‘I Get Around’ hitmakers have landed a deal with

music mogul Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group, which

means the company owns their entire brand, including

their master recordings, the rights to their band name and

a share of their publishing rights and memorabilia. Fans

could see Beach Boys appear in different forms in the

future, thanks to technologies such as VR and CGI. The

firm’s CEO Olivier Chastan told Rolling Stone: “The

Beach Boys, in a sense, are not just a band. They’re a

lifestyle. They’re a consumer brand. And they’ve never

really exploited that. “That includes VR, AR, 3D, CGI,

natural language processing, et cetera.“That, to me, is

probably the most interesting aspect of what’s going

to transform our business. In five years, I could send

you a text and say, ‘At 2 p.m., let’s put our Oculus Rift

glasses on, and let’s go see the Beach Boys record ‘Good

Vibrations’ at Western Recorders.’” It’s not known how

much the rights were sold for. It comes as a number

of artists have sold various percentages of their back

catalogues to the popular firm Hipgnosis Songs Fund.

Neil Young recently sold 50 per cent of his catalogue,

which is said to be worth an estimated $150 million

(£110 million). The 75-year-old music legend inked

a lucrative deal with Hipgnosis, following their recent

acquisition of 100 per cent of former Fleetwood Mac

musician Lindsey Buckingham’s entire music collection

and producer Jimmy Iovine’s producer royalties. Half

of Neil’s music collection amounts to 1,180 songs.

The firm’s founder, Merck Mercuriadis, said: “This is

a deal that changes Hipgnosis forever. “I bought my

first Neil Young album aged seven. ‘Harvest’ was my

companion and I know every note, every word, every

pause and silence intimately. “Neil Young, or at least

his music, has been my friend and constant ever since.”

Hipgnosis ensures their client’s music is heard across

radio and TV and that they earn a tidy profit in royalties.

Crowded House announce first new

album in over a decade

Iconic band CROWDED HOUSE today reveal

their brand new single “To The Island” and announce

their forthcoming album, Dreamers Are Waiting, out

on the 4th June on EMI Records. “To The Island” is

yet another Crowded House classic, featuring a jaunty

riff and a killer chorus from Neil Finn Following Neil

Finn’s surprise star turn and an extremely successful

world tour with Fleetwood Mac, Neil and Nick Seymour

are energized and inspired to begin a new chapter in

the Crowded House story. A new generation has grown

up and connected with their songs and will now get

to experience the band live as they perform legendary

anthems from the bands 35-year career, along with fresh

new music. “We were fortunate to be recording in the

studio right before lockdown and so began this album

with band tracks recorded live in a room, all brimming

with character and energy. We then spent our strangest

year, 2020, at distance from each other but connecting

daily, swapping files and making those tracks complete.

We’re so excited and grateful to be back in one room

together now, rehearsing, first to play live in front of

audiences in NZ and soon we hope for the rest of the

world,” said Neil Finn. The band also begins their “To

The Island” tour in New Zealand March 4th with full

itinerary listed below. The tour and new music feature

founding members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour

along with producer and keyboardist Mitchell Froom,

guitarist and singer Liam Finn and drummer Elroy Finn.

Green Day announce new single

‘Here Comes The Shock’

The punk rock legends - comprising Billie Joe

Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool - will premiere

their first new music since their 2020 album ‘Father

OF All...’ at the NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe hockey

game on February 20, before the song is made

available on major streaming services. In a statement,

the ‘Basket Case’ rockers said: “Loud season has

returned. “We’re stoked ‘Here Comes The Shock’

will soundtrack the NHL’s return to the outdoors!”

The US chart-toppers have been busy penning new

music amid the COVID-19 pandemic and haven’t

ruled out dropping a new record. Asked about the

possibility of Green Day working on a new LP, Billie

said in November: “It’s possible. “Whether we do a

full-length album or an EP or just a song, we have

a lot of different options. It’s a matter of whenever

the right moment happens. “That’s the beauty of the

way you can put music out these days. You don’t have

to wait for any gatekeeper to tell you that the timing

is right.” Earlier last year, the 49-year-old rock star

revealed he had penned six new track and admitted he

and his bandmates hope they can work with ‘Father

Of All...’ producer Butch Walker again when they

can. He said at the time: “I’ve been writing a lot of

music, and I had all these melodies in my head, so I

wrote, like, six songs since all of this has been going

on. “I don’t know when I can get together with Mike

[Dirnt, bass] and Tré [Cool, drums], but I told them to

make sure that they’re quarantined for now, and then

I hope down the road we can get back in the studio

with [‘Father Of All…’ producer] Butch Walker.”

Nipsey Hussle had two more

albums in the works before his

death

The ‘Double Up’ hitmaker - who was fatally

shot in March 2019 aged 33 - had a long-term career

“mission” in mind after releasing his sole studio

album ‘Victory Lap’, and spent an hour discussing

his plans with Dead Prez member Stic.Man. Speaking

on the ‘Juan Ep Is Dead’ podcast, Stic.Man said: “I

had a conversation with Nipsey Hussle before he

passed. “…We had an hour-long conversation about

what he had been trying to do up to that point as an

independent, and how he wanted his situation to be

with Atlantic. He had made it to some certain personal

goals he had. What he wanted to talk to me about was

his three-album mission.” According to Stic.Man, the

trio of albums began with ‘Victory Lap’, then there

would have been a second record, and Nipsey planned

to complete his contract with Atlantic Records with

a final LP titled ‘The Spook Who Sat By The Door’,

in honour of Sam Greenlee’s 1969 novel of the

same dame. Nipsey had called Stic.Man because he

was seeking permission to “redo” Dead Prez’s 2000

debut album ‘Let’s Get Free’. He recalled: “He told

me he wanted to redo ‘Let’s Get Free’, and wanted

our permission. “He really wanted our permission

to sample, and really redo it for what he called his

generation. And all the admiration he had for that

record, we just had a heart-to-heart back and forth.

Obviously, we didn’t get to go there, but I want to

speak to the heart Nip had.” Earlier this month,

Nipsey’s collaboration with Jay-Z, titled ‘What It

Feels Like’, was released as part of the soundtrack

for new movie ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’.

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MUSIC BIZ

“Rollin’ and Tumblin’,” focus track from The Big

Bad Blues, Billy Gibbons’ award-winning solo

album, is the subject of a new video set for release

this week. The “Rollin’ and Tumblin’” video follows

the album’s “Missin’ Yo’ Kissin’” that has

become an online sensation. Sales of The Big

Bad Blues, both physical and digital, have soared

since the video debuted this past spring. As with

“Missin’ Yo’ Kissin’,” the concert footage seen in

“Rolling and Tumblin’” was shot with the ZZ Top

front man along with Matt Sorum (drums) and

Austin Hanks (guitar). Texas filmmaker, Harry

Reese, caught the act on camera at San Antonio’s

famous downtown Aztec Theatre at the conclusion

of their nationwide tour.

Marilyn Manson officially under

police investigation

Rocker Marilyn Manson is officially under

investigation for domestic violence in Los Angeles. A

day after reports suggested authorities were planning

to meet with at least one of the singer’s abuse accusers

to determine if there are grounds for a criminal

probe, it has been confirmed a case file has been

opened. A spokesperson for the L.A. County Sheriff’s

Department told TheWrap.com: “The Los Angeles

County Sheriff’s Department, Special Victims Bureau

is investigating allegation(s) of domestic violence

involving Mr. Brian Warner also known as ‘Marilyn

Manson,’ who works in the music industry.” They

added: “the incidents occurred between 2009 and 2011

when Mr. Warner lived in the city of West Hollywood.”

The timeline indicates the initial investigation

revolves around allegations made by Manson’s exfiancee,

actress Evan Rachel Wood, who was engaged

to the Rock is Dead star for seven months in 2010. She

named the musician as her abuser in a candid Instagram

post on 1 February, claiming he began “grooming” her and

“horrifically” abusing her when she was 18 and he was 36.

“I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission,”

Wood wrote. Several other women, including Game of

Thrones actress Esme Bianco, have since come forward

with similar abuse claims, all of which Manson, now

52, has denied, calling them “horrible distortions of

reality”. Shortly after the scandal hit headlines, Manson

was dropped from his record label, management, and

talent agency, and was axed from two TV shows.

Luke Bryan Named Country Radio

Broadcasters (CRB) 2021 Artist

Humanitarian Award Recipient

Luke Bryan has been named the Country Radio

Broadcasters (CRB) 2021 Artist Humanitarian

Award recipient. Luke was recognized with the

honor during his appearance on the annual “CRS

Artist Interview,” sponsored by BMI, during CRS

2021: The Virtual Experience. CRS/CRB Board

President Kurt Johnson commented, “Luke is a

big star with a bigger heart. From his earliest days

to as recently as Super Bowl LV, he’s leveraged

his influence for good and helped songwriters,

farmers, children, small businesses—people in

so many different walks of life that Luke Bryan’s

philanthropic work has touched. We’re so proud to

honor him with this much-deserved award.” Luke is

recognized for his charitable work with numerous

organizations over the years, including ACM Lifting

Lives, CMA Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation,

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt,

Shriners Hospital, St. Jude, TJ Martell, and more.

Additionally, his ongoing efforts with the Brett

Boyer Foundation and Bayer’s #Here’s To The

Farmer campaign through his annual Farm Tour.

The Brett Boyer Foundation is an organization that

is very dear to Luke’s family, formed in honor of

his late niece, Sadie Brett Boyer. Their mission is to

raise awareness for Congenital Heart Disease (CHD)

and fund research for advance treatment options.

Luke and his wife Caroline established Brett’s

Barn at their farm outside of Nashville as part of

Caroline’s promise to buy Brett a pony someday.

The barn is now the home of a growing species

of animals. Luke’s annual Farm Tours, launched

in 2009, highlight and celebrate the contributions

of America’s farmers. Every year a portion of the

concert proceeds are donated as college scholarships

for students of farming families where the tour is

played. In 2015, Luke partnered with Farm Tour

sponsor Bayer who launched the #herestothefarmer

campaign to support their hard work and help fight

hunger throughout the country. Since its inception,

the campaign has donated four million meals across

the U.S. in addition to thousands of dollars to area

food banks and local farmers in each of the Farm

Tour cities.When the pandemic hit in 2020, Luke’s

philanthropic support continued. Last April, Luke

performed as part of Verizon’s weekly streaming

entertainment series in support of small businesses

affected by COVID-19, Pay It Forward Live. The

performances were streamed on Twitter @Verizon,

Yahoo, Verizon’s Facebook page, Fios Channel 501,

FOX NOW and iHeart. Viewers were encouraged to

do what they could to support local businesses in

their own communities by shopping online, buying

gift cards to be used when businesses reopened

or ordering a meal. Verizon also donated $10,

up to $2.5 million, to support small businesses

when the hashtag #PayitForwardLIVE was used.

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With the release of their new single “Row” today, Houston rock

band Getters offer a preview of their blistering 6-song EP; a unique

blend of rhythmic, spatial indie rock that promises to be “the cannonball

that shakes your existence” (6/24, B.A.M. Recordings).

Released alongside a sci-fi inflected music video channeling an eerie

blend of Quentin Tarantino and David Lynch, the song’s churning

beat and steady, propulsive rhythm mirror the lyrics of the song,

inviting listeners to “just get out” and “keep on moving.”

The Spandau Ballet star has been working on his own music, with a new single

due out in March and a solo album set for release in June. Most of the record was

recorded remotely, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Gary enlisted the help of

Pink Floyd’s touring bassist Guy Pratt.

Toronto-based Thrash Metal band Mastery is the brainchild of the Swiss-born

guitarist Markus Armellini. Their debut album, the blistering instrumental thrash

opus Lethal Legacy was released in 2006 on Corporate Punishment Records (run by

EMP LABEL GROUP/COMBAT RECORDS’ Thom Hazaert) in North America and

Sanctuary/Noise Records in Europe. For their second release, the band recruited

legendary M.O.D/S.O.D vocalist Billy Milano for the hardcore-tinged epic In The

Key Of Kill, self-released in 2012. In 2020 Mastery partnered with COMBAT RE-

CORDS to prepare their first new album in 8 years, Severing the Earth, distributed

by Kronic Music. Joining founding member and guitarist Markus Armellini is a

new line-up of musicians, including Vocalist/Lyricist Carl Crosswhite (Mortifex/Six

Pack of Doom) and Guitarist/Bassist Oscar Rangel (Mortifex/Annihilator/Operus),

along with Drummer Johnny Macri (Experiment Specimen/The Unborn Dead).

The album was mixed and mastered by Grammy-nominated and famed Metal

engineer Chris “Wizard” Collier (Korn, Metal Church, Fear Factory), with cover

art created by Andy Pilkington at Very Metal Art.

Outback Presents is excited to announce veteran concert promoter

Danny Eaton as the latest addition to the Outback team! Eaton

has promoted nearly nine-thousand concert events over the course

of his career. He started producing concerts in Dallas and Austin

and did many dates with the likes of ZZ Top, Kris Kristofferson

and Rita Coolidge, ELO, Black Sabbath, and many more. Eaton

became integrally involved with the management team for ZZ

Top in the ‘70s and remained a part of that team for eight years.

Eaton will be accepting the position of Senior Vice President with

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Katy Perry shares support for

Halsey on pregnancy journey

Katy Perry has encouraged Halsey to enjoy every

stage of her pregnancy because her body’s gearing up

to “perform a real miracle”. Halsey took to Instagram

on Thursday to share a series of photos of herself and

the foods she’s been eating, as she reflected on her

journey to motherhood so far. “February is the shortest

month, but the days seem like they are taking very long.

Butttttt also going so fast?!” she began her caption. “I’ve

been thinking lots about my body. it’s strange to watch

yourself change so quickly. I thought pregnancy would

give me very strong, binary feelings about ‘womanhood’

but truly it has leveled my perception of gender entirely

(sic).” Halsey continued, “My sensitivity to my body

has made me hyper aware of my humanness and that’s

all. Doing a remarkable thing. And it’s grand. I hope

the feeling lasts. I cook a lot, sleep even more, and read

lotssss of books. I miss my family. And you guys too!

bye for now.” She then added in a comment, “I thought

there would be a lot of expectation or pressure on me

to wake up everyday feeling like some ‘girly-girly

fertility goddess’, but instead I wake up and eat when

I’m hungry, sleep when I’m tired, and focus on growing

a human. And that is all I expect myself to do. Liberating

(sic)!” The singer, who is expecting the baby with her

boyfriend Alev Aydin, was flooded with messages

of support from her followers, including Perry, who

became a first-time mum to daughter Daisy in August.

“You’re about to perform a real miracle, get that rest and

just be! I love you!” the Firework hitmaker remarked.

Halsey went public with her pregnancy in late January.

Malia Civetz Declares Her Self-

Worth on New Song

Modern pop marvel Malia Civetz returns today

with “When You’re Lonely,” a downtempo declaration

of hard-won self-respect that showcases her powerhouse

voice over a gently thrumming beat. The Warner

Records single arrives alongside an official video, in

which Malia stands her ground against a lover who takes

her for granted. “Writing this song was a big turning

point for me,” Civetz states. “It’s so empowering to

realize how you deserve to be treated and how important

it is to prioritize yourself. You’re worth more than

being someone’s backup plan.” Civetz is currently

preparing a new EP for April. To give fans a taste of

what’s to come, she’ll perform “When You’re Lonely”

on Earmilk’s Instagram Live on February 23 at 8:30 p.m.

ET / 5:30 p.m. PT. Last month, the site named her one of

2021’s Artists to Watch. “She possessed some real star

quality,” they enthused. “Next year we’re going to be

seeing even more of her.” This performance will follow

Civetz’s intimate rendition of her 2018 single “Little

Victories” at the Elvis Duran Stay at Home Ball, during

which she belted the song from the armrest of a couch.

“When You’re Lonely” is Civetz’s first new single

since 2020’s The Flip. That acclaimed EP includes: the

triumphant “Broke Boy,” which has amassed more than

11 million streams on Spotify; the slinky “Love Thing,”

a collab with rising hip-hop star Yung Baby Tate; and

the rollerskate-ready “Disrespectful.” Listen to The Flip

HERE. Praised for her sex-positive, self-affirming

vision of pop by a slew of outlets including The A.V.

Club, American Songwriter, Flaunt, and Paper, Civetz

is signed to Friends With Pens, run by her longtime

collaborators and “songwriting dads” Ross Golan

(Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande) and J Kash (Maroon 5,

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Charlie Puth). Civetz has also appeared on the “Taylor

Swift’s Favorite Songs” playlist and On Air with Ryan

Seacrest, and was the opening act for JoJo’s 2018 Leaks,

Covers & Mixtapes Tour. Get to know her up close and

personal as she shares stories from her journey HERE.

Emotional new singles like “When You’re Lonely” prove

to the world what these tastemakers already know—that

Civetz is fast becoming one of pop’s most affecting stars.

Ne-Yo set to become a dad again

R&B star Ne-Yo is to become a father for the

fifth time. The So Sick hitmaker and his wife Crystal

Smith have confirmed they are expecting their

third child together - a sibling for Roman, two, and

Shaffer, four. Taking to Instagram, Ne-Yo wrote:

“Overjoyed to announce... The family is expanding...

#Number5... #5thandFinal... #BlessingsOnBlessings...

@itscrystalsmith... You ready baby? Let’s go (sic)!”

The news emerged months after the singer admitted

his marriage had been saved by the coronavirus

shut down, because it forced the pair, who separated

in early 2020, to deal with their relationship issues

head-on. “The whole quarantine thing was kind of

a blessing. It allowed me the time to lock back in

with (my family),” he shared. “Before the quarantine

happened, we were definitely talking divorce, and the

quarantine forced us to sit still, block out the noise

from the world - you know the world can get very,

very loud, and we tend to let the world’s opinion

mean more in certain situations than it should,” the

artist reflected. He added: “We’re actually stronger

now than we were before. Now we feel like we can

really talk to each other.” Ne-Yo sealed the romantic

reunion by proposing to his wife once again on New

Year’s Eve. The couple originally tied the knot in

2016. Ne-Yo was previously engaged to Monyetta

Shaw, with whom he shares two older children.

Kodak Black engaged

Kodak Black is engaged to rapper Mellow Rackz.

The Tunnel Vision star pulled out all the stops to pop the

question to Rackz, and arranged for a plane to fly by with

the message “Might as well marry me Melody. I love u”

on the back. A video shared by Rackz on social media

showed the plane, Black holding a box containing a giant

diamond ring, and then Mellow wearing the ring as she

hugged her husband-to-be. She also confirmed she was

engaged by sharing a picture of herself and Black, real

name Bill Kapri, kissing on Instagram, writing alongside

it: “Mrs. Kapri. I said yes.” The engagement news comes

just weeks after Black was released from prison, after

receiving a pardon from former U.S. President Donald

Trump on his last full day in office on 19 January.

Following his release, Black tweeted: “I Want To Thank

The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment

To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence. I Also

Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love.

It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want

To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing.”

Billie Eilish requests protection

from camping fan

Billie Eilish has sought protection from a

man she claims is harassing her. The singer has a

real life bad guy she claims has been threatening

her outside her Los Angeles home and she has filed

legal documents seeking a restraining order. Eilish

alleges John Hearle has even taken to camping on

Gabrielle Mooney is no stranger to slightly

breaking a rule every now and then, or even

being a bit naughty if the mood strikes. But like

all of us in our growing years, she struggled

on occasion to figure out where the lines were

and how to fit certain societal expectations in

her small hometown, while still staying true to

herself. In her edgy new song, “Bad,” the vixen

lights a match to that dilemma and watches it go

up in flames as she snarls through the incendiary

track. Her fiery vocals lament the struggle

of being a rebellious, spunky, “girl Johnny Cash

who likes her country boys covered in tats,” while

doing her best to walk the straight and narrow.

The new song is definitely autobiographical

for Mooney, who was torn between the strong

Christian atmosphere in which she was brought

up and her desire to run with some wilder kids,

who didn’t look or act like everyone else.

Indie pop powerhouse Vanessa Silberman has

released her heartfelt new single “My Love,”

just in time for Valentine’s Day. The track

is both lighthearted and emotional, fusing

electro pop elements with earnest lyrics that

describe the power of love. The track is available

on streaming services everywhere

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amazing, the emerging talent music business which acquired CMJ and launched Amazing Radio USA

in 2020, today reveals a new North American senior team, to increase support for independent artists.

The company has hired industry veteran Shelby Kennedy as President, North America to head up an

expanded US operation. Kennedy, who is based in Nashville and has a lifetime in the music industry, is

joined by New Orleans-based Vice President, Erin Frankenheimer and LA-based Director of Talent and

Programming, Mike Savage. All three formerly served Entertainment Relations for TuneCore. They

will spearhead amazing’s continued expansion in the States, liaising with artists and labels, expanding

the output of Amazing Radio USA through the hiring of new DJs, and feeding into the re-vamped

CMJ Music Marathon, which launched a new roster this month. The announcement comes alongside

significant increases in amazing’s promotional services to artists, with the launch of uncurated audio

stream First Spin and video channel First Look augmenting Amazing Radio UK, Amazing Radio USA,

CMJ Music Marathon, and the video strand One Night Stand. And in January 2021, the company

launched Amazing Artists, offering independent artists and labels unlimited lossless uploads to their

digital locker, enhanced profile pages, private URLs, unlimited video links, and the chance to feature

in all the company’s audio and video channels – all for one low cost, equivalent to $3 per month.

the grounds of a school across the street from her

pad and sends her disturbing letters. According to

the documents, obtained by TMZ, one note read:

“You can’t get what you want, unless what you

want is to die for me.” The disturbing message

went on: “You will know that soon the water will

rise, and you might very well die...You will die.”

Eilish added she feels anxious every time she comes

home, and she fears for her safety, as she claims

Hearle watches her enter and exit her house. She

also reported that he always says something to her

or makes gestures, including a throat-slitting move,

whenever he sees her. If the case is successful, Eilish

wants a judge to force Hearle to stay at least 200

yards away from her and her parents at all times.

Meanwhile, police officials are investigating Hearle.

Dolly Parton shuts down statue plans

Dolly Parton has vetoed a bill to erect a

statue of the country queen outside the Tennessee

State Capitol in Nashville. The Jolene singer

has urged lawmakers to drop the idea because

she doesn’t think it’s a good idea for right now.

Tennessee House of Representatives member John

Mark Windle first proposed the statue plan last

month, and the measure passed in the Naming

& Designating Committee. It was headed to the

State Government Committee for further approval

when Parton herself put the brakes on the idea. In

a statement released on Thursday, Dolly thanked

the lawmakers for considering the bill, revealing

she was “honored and humbled by their intention”.

However, she admitted: “given all that is going

on in the world, I don’t think putting me on a

pedestal is appropriate at this time.” She went on:

“I hope, though, that somewhere down the road,

several years from now or perhaps after I’m gone,

if you still feel I deserve it, then I’m certain I

will stand proud in our great State Capitol as a

grateful Tennessean,” adding: “In the meantime

I’ll continue to try to do good work to make this

great state proud.” Windle wanted to honour Dolly

with a statue to mark her 75th birthday and all the

singer’s contributions to her home state, including

the Imagination Library, theme park Dollywood,

and a recent $1 million (£720,000) donation to

Vanderbilt University’s COVID-19 research that

assisted in the development of the Moderna vaccine.

Bebe Rexha revealed she is

currently ‘writing an idea’ for BTS

The ‘I Got You’ hitmaker told fans she has been

busy coming up with a demo, but insisted the K-

Pop boy band - which comprises RM, Jin, SUGA,

J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook - haven’t heard it

yet as it’s still in its infant stage, but it’s sounding

“dope”. During an Instagram Live with fans this

week, she teased: “[BTS] haven’t heard it, it’s not

a song for them. I’m just writing an idea for them.”

She added: “It needs work though; it needs a lot

of work. But it’s dope.” It’s not the 31-year-old

singer’s first foray into K-Pop, as she previously

co-wrote SHINee’s 2010 track ‘Lucifer’ and ex

Fin.K.L member Lee Hyori’s ‘As Long As I Love

You’. It’s not clear what the plans are for Bebe’s

demo. The Grammy-nominated megastars are set

to release the ‘BE (Essential Edition)’ on Friday

(19.02.21). A press release stated that whilst it

Singer/Songwriter Alayna just released her

new single, “Break It Down.” The rockin’

uptempo Country/Pop song features her

signature sound, soaring vocals, and

smokin’ guitar crossing multiple genres

and is guaranteed to catch the attention

of listeners everywhere. The captivating

track with its unforgettable melody perfectly

blends Alayna’s musical influences

from the Pop/Rock world with the honesty

of her Country lyrics. The relatable radiofriendly

song will have listeners singing

along in no time. “Break It Down,” which

premiered on Radio SoBro’s NuMu Friday

(an all-streaming radio platform enabling

listeners to enjoy Nashville’s top singer/

songwriters worldwide) is now available

through all streaming platforms and digital

retailers.

London Rapper Ghetts has announced details

with full track list of his forthcoming new

album, Conflict Of Interest, set for release

on February 19th via Warner Records. It is

his most ambitious, fully realized project yet,

and features Pa Salieu, Ed Sheeran, Stormzy,

Giggs, Dave, Skepta, Jaykae, Emeli Sandé,

Wretch 32, Moonchild Sanelly and more.

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features TW the ARTIST same track-listing as the SINGLE deluxe edition Me LABEL Now,” a poignant and powerful track that

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of the album ‘BE’, “Several components will re-introduces her stronger and more resilient

be different from the previous record, and BTS’ self to the world. Produced by Sean Giovanni

surprise gifts for fans will be unveiled one by one (John Legend, Big & Rich, Tim McGraw,

before the album’s release.” BTS recently made Meatloaf) and co-written by William (Billy)

history yet again by being the first K-Pop group Atherholt and Pete Nanney, the mid-tempo

to be nominated for a major award, as their smash song affirms a newly found self-reliance and

hit track ‘Dynamite’ landed them a Best Pop Duo/ courage forged only through intense heartache

Group Performance nod at the upcoming Grammys. and introspection subsequent to a failed

And they also scooped the Best Pop award at the relationship. Driven by AC’s powerhouse

2020 MTV Video Music Awards. As for Bebe, she vocals and an arrangement that projects both

released her debut album, ‘Expectations’, in 2018, confidence and apprehension, the empowering

and has delayed her follow-up amid the COVID- track perfectly embodies the emotions of

19 pandemic. She said last year: “I can not wait starting over from a new perspective and

for you to hear it. It’s just that we don’t feel like putting trust in oneself. “Too often, we

it’s right to release an album during these times.

As soon as The world is in a better place we will

release it alll “We are just waiting for when the

time feels right. I promise you it is worth the wait.”

AC Jones Releases Empowering

New Single

Country newcomer, AC Jones is pleased to

release her latest single, “You Wouldn’t Know

ladies prioritize our relationships over what

we want and need as individuals. We give

of ourselves, adapting and changing who

we are to make things work, but in the end,

we are left unfulfilled and lose the sense of

who we actually are,” explains AC. “It took

me many years to realize that success only

comes from having confidence and trust in

oneself and the belief that you ARE enough.”

LIFE ROLLS ON with Florida Georgia Line’s

next musical evolution as their highly-anticipated

fifth studio album via BMLG Records

drops today (2/12). Featuring current Top 10

arm-in-arm single, “Long Live,” and their anthemic

17th career #1, “I Love My Country,”

FGL’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley tally 13

writing credits on the 16-track collection. Anchored

by a title track whose optimistic message

encourages resilience in whatever uncertainties

may come: “Oh and I know it might be alright,

might be all wrong / But life rolls on / And on

and on and on,” LIFE ROLLS ON reflects FGL’s

growth not just as entertainers, but as husbands

and friends. Their first full-length album coproduced

with Corey Crowder, FGL doubles

down on what the superstar duo does best: deep

grooves, earworm hooks, and carpe diem-style

songs for anyone who loves life, loves God, and

loves having a good time.

The 71-year-old drummer is the latest musician to speak out on post-Brexit touring, after they

were left out of the Brexit trade deal, meaning they may have to acquire a visa for every European

country they wish to perform in, a policy which could lead to artists being unable to afford

playing in the EU. The ‘We Will Rock You’ hitmaker insisted that while many artists have their

music and publishing income to fall back on, touring crews have already been stripped of their

earnings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with touring off due to travel restrictions, and the fact

the government has no plans at this time to renegotiate a deal with the EU, could also leave live

crews out of pocket. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The World This Weekend’ show, he said:

“Borders are a dreadful invention of mankind, and so we are just putting up another one, and I

think it’s a dreadful retrograde step. Roger - whose band were forced to postpone their European

tour twice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic - continued: “I know our road crew, all the guys

that make our touring work, they are the one that have suffered. “Not so much for the artists,

we can fall back on our songwriting and our publishing, they can’t. It’s a daily, weekly job for

them and so it’s made it really hard for our industry, very hard indeed.” Roger’s comments come

after Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood implored the UK government to “renegotiate its provision”

for touring post-Brexit. While Sir Elton John has also called for a “short-term fix” to make it

easier for British musicians to tour in Europe.

Slivers is the culmination of years of collaboration

between Kyle Skellington and Ron Hutchinson.

After releasing Worn Callous in 2018 a full band

was formed. With songs fueled by the sounds of

current J-rock, Metal, and Post-Hardcore of the past,

the band looks to release new music and connect

with the world for years to come.

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C100

A compilation of research data from Top40, Adult Contempoary, and Hot AC radio.

The Top Country Hits of 2011

TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL SPINS CUME WEEKS

1 TAYLOR SWIFT — Teardrops On My Guitar (Big Machine/Universal) 50778 116 48

2 LUKE BRYAN — All My Friends Say (Capitol) 49087 87 48

3 CRAIG MORGAN — Tough (Broken Bow/Sony) 47455 83 48

4 JASON ALDEAN — Johnny Cash (Broken Bow/Sony) 47316 90 47

5 RODNEY ATKINS — These Are My People (Curb) 45439 78 43

6 BUCKY COVINGTON — A Different World (Lyric Street) 45437 82 51

7 BILLY CURRINGTON — Good Directions (Mercury/IDJMG) 45418 91 52

8 JASON MICHAEL CARROLL — Livin’ Our Love Song (Arista/RLG) 44364 77 41

9 EMERSON DRIVE — Moments (Midas/Ada/WMG) 44232 82 52

10 DIERKS BENTLEY — Free And Easy (Capitol) 43225 81 35

11 JOE NICHOLS — Another Side Of You (Universal South) 40781 84 36

12 CLAY WALKER — Fall (Curb) 40326 81 40

13 BIG & RICH — Lost In This Moment (WB/WEA) 40170 87 46

14 JACK INGRAM — Measure Of A Man (Big Machine/Universal) 39295 79 38

15 KEITH URBAN — I Told You So (Capitol) 39068 85 37

16 ALAN JACKSON — A Woman’s Love (Arista/RLG) 38981 76 52

17 CARRIE UNDERWOOD — Wasted (Arista/RLG) 38953 82 52

18 ERIC CHURCH — Guys Like Me (Capitol/EMI) 38628 76 50

19 GEORGE STRAIT — Wrapped (MCA) 38463 80 43

20 MONTGOMERY GENTRY — Lucky Man (Columbia/Sony) 38440 77 49

21 TOBY KEITH — Love Me, If You Can (Show Dog/Universal) 38373 82 30

22 BRAD PAISLEY — Ticks (Arista/RLG) 37206 82 43

23 LITTLE BIG TOWN — A Little More You (Equity) 37177 83 46

24 MIRANDA LAMBERT — Famous In A Small Town (Columbia/Sony) 36767 84 43

25 BLAKE SHELTON — Don’t Make Me (WB/WEA) 36712 80 50

26 TRACY LAWRENCE — Find Out Who Your Friends Are (RCR/CO5) 36349 86 52

27 JOSH TURNER — Firecracker (MCA) 36298 69 26

28 TRENT TOMLINSON — Just Might Have Her Radio On (Lyric Street) 36082 74 42

29 MARK CHESNUTT — Rollin’ With The Flow (Lofton Creek) 36007 81 24

30 MONTGOMERY GENTRY — What Do Ya Think About That (Columbia/Sony) 35223 70 24

31 BROOKS & DUNN — Proud Of The House We Built (Arista/RLG) 35103 78 30

32 CARRIE UNDERWOOD — So Small (Arista/RLG) 34602 77 22

33 GEORGE STRAIT — How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls (MCA) 34130 77 21

34 BRAD PAISLEY — Online (Arista/RLG) 33912 79 27

35 SUGARLAND — Settlin’ (Mercury/IDJMG) 33275 70 52

36 BLAKE SHELTON — The More I Drink (WB/WEA) 32559 69 30

37 DIERKS BENTLEY — Long Trip Alone (Capitol/EMI) 32493 76 52

38 TIM MCGRAW — If You’re Reading This (Curb) 32320 76 32

39 SARA EVANS — As If (RCA/RLG) 32013 70 30

40 TOBY KEITH — High Maintenance Woman (Show Dog/Universal) 31901 79 47

41 GARTH BROOKS — More Than A Memory (Big Machine/Universal) 31689 77 18

42 JAKE OWEN — Startin’ With Me (RCA/RLG) 31188 70 52

43 GARY ALLAN — A Feelin’ Like That (MCA) 30518 72 52

44 REBA MCENTIRE W/KELLY CLARKSON — Because Of You (MCA) 30498 72 32

45 RASCAL FLATTS — Stand (Lyric Street) 30471 74 51

46 TRACE ADKINS — Ladies Love Country Boys (Capitol/EMI) 30304 77 47

47 SUGARLAND — Everyday America (Mercury/IDJMG) 29818 71 33

48 TIM MCGRAW W/FAITH HILL — I Need You (Curb) 29728 76 39

49 KIM MCABEE — American Boys (Soigne) 29530 46 30

50 CRAIG MORGAN — Little Bit Of Life (Broken Bow/Sony) 29465 84 40

51 TIM MCGRAW — Last Dollar (Curb) 29393 74 52

52 MARTINA MCBRIDE — How I Feel (RCA/RLG) 29082 82 37

53 TRISHA YEARWOOD — Heaven, Heartache & The Power Of Love (Big Machine/Universal) 28148 75 24

54 TAYLOR SWIFT — Our Song (Big Machine/Universal) 27835 69 22

55 RASCAL FLATTS — Take Me There (Lyric Street) 27826 70 26

56 KENNY CHESNEY — Never Wanted Nothing More (BNA/RLG) 27592 71 30

57 KELLIE PICKLER — I Wonder (BNA/RLG) 27463 76 47

58 CHRIS CAGLE — What Kinda Gone (Capitol/EMI) 27323 68 26

59 TRACE ADKINS — I Wanna Feel Something (Capitol) 27243 76 39

60 KEITH URBAN — Everybody (Capitol) 27220 61 19

61 LEANN RIMES — Nothing Better To Do (Curb) 26887 84 34

62 DON SEPULVEDA — Unspoken Word (Door Knob) 26705 44 27

63 BUCK MCCOY — Got It All With You (Caption) 26412 78 16

64 TOM WURTH — Good Ground (Big 7) 26383 58 18

65 JOSH TURNER — Me And God (MCA) 26209 75 42

66 JACK INGRAM — Lips Of An Angel (Big Machine/Universal) 25935 68 48

67 KEITH URBAN — Stupid Boy (Capitol/EMI) 25877 71 32

68 GARY ALLAN — Watching Airplanes (MCA) 25690 63 24

69 EMERSON DRIVE — You Still Own Me (Midas/Ada/WMG) 25371 55 27

70 BUCK MCCOY — A Few Steps Away (Caption) 25309 84 32

71 JOE NICHOLS — I’ll Wait For You (Universal South) 24839 84 52

72 CAROLINA RAIN — Isn’t She (Equity) 24762 63 52

73 KENNY CHESNEY — Beer In Mexico (BNA/RLG) 24597 65 49

74 WHISKEY FALLS — Last Train Running (Midas/Ada/WMG) 24206 62 36

75 TRAVIS TRITT — You Never Take Me Dancing (Category 5) 24136 57 34

76 MARTINA MCBRIDE — Anyway (RCA/RLG) 24118 72 52

77 MAGGIE AUSTIN — Georgia Clay Road (Gulfwind) 23680 51 52

78 TODD FRITSCH — What’s Wrong With Me (Diamond/Spinville) 23281 59 52

79 KENNY CHESNEY — Don’t Blink (BNA/RLG) 23119 65 19

80 DREW DAVIS BAND — Back There All The Time (Lofton Creek) 22696 61 17

81 BROOKS & DUNN — Hillbilly Deluxe (Arista/RLG) 22544 62 35

82 BRANDIE FRAMPTON — Dreams (D&Lf) 22532 87 31

83 DANIELLE PECK — Isn’t That Everything (Big Machine/Universal) 22230 63 41

84 JASON ALDEAN — Laughed Until We Cried (Broken Bow/Sony) 22196 68 22

85 LITTLE BIG TOWN — I’m With The Band (Equity) 21433 61 21

86 RODNEY ATKINS — Watching You (Curb) 21268 65 52

87 CHRISTINE VAN HOY — I Don’t (Big 7) 21015 48 39

88 JASON MICHAEL CARROLL — Alyssa Lies (Arista/RLG) 20966 62 34

89 TIM MURPHY — Burn Me Down (Big 7/Spinville) 20868 63 46

90 EAGLES — How Long (Universal/UMG) 20318 109 19

91 TRACY LAWRENCE — Til I Was A Daddy Too (RCR/CO5) 20130 59 28

92 BRANDIE FRAMPTON — Colours (D&Lf) FH 20125 83 52

93 SUGARLAND — Stay (Mercury) 19884 61 16

94 CARMEN RASMUSEN — Nothin’ Like The Summer (Lofton Creek) 19532 57 36

95 RICK ZINNER — My Son (Door Knob) 19531 32 35

96 BUCKY COVINGTON — It’s Good To Be Us (Lyric Street) 19510 62 20

97 BAILEY — Catch Me Falling (BEG) 19281 54 37

98 FAITH HILL — Red Umbrella (WB/WEA) 19101 65 15

99 DON SEPULVEDA — I’ve Still Got It Bad For You (Door Knob) 19092 36 39

100 TAYLOR SWIFT — Tim McGraw (Big Machine/Universal) 18833 82 44

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# 1

2

ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 508 +10 498 490 19 27.2 22

5 2 JENNIFER BELLE — When I Get To It (JGSII) 447 +8 439 434 16 28.4 24

7 3 KYLIE TROUT — Extra (Ind) 428 +16 412 385 14 31.0 19

9 4 CHLOE COLLINS — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) 421 +28 393 382 14 30.5 1 16

6 5 LUKE COMBS — Better Together (River House Artists/Columbia Nashville) 416 +2 414 414 11 38.3 20

12 6 RAMBLIN’ JAKE — Hammock in July (Victorian Station Big Pink) 412 +29 383 377 13 32.1 1 15

14 7 JARROD TURNER

— Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste (SSM Evolution) 402 +43 359 347 13 31.4 1 12

11 8 DARIUS RUCKER

— Beers And Sunshine (Capitol Nashville) 401 +16 385 388 11 36.9 28

8 9 CHRIS STAPLETON — Starting Over (Mercury Nashville) 400 0 400 400 12 33.8 26

10 10 LUKE BRYAN — Down To One (Capitol Nashville) 399 +12 387 377 12 33.7 19

13 11 CHRISTINE VANHOY — What If You Did (CVH Publishing) 381 +6 375 371 13 29.8 17

15 12 BILL MILES BAND — Lovesick Hillbilly (Ind) 376 +19 357 346 12 31.8 14

16 13 CATHERINE ALTOMARE — Ode To Billie Joe (New Notes) 354 +6 348 331 12 30.0 17

17 14 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE — Long Live (BMLG) 346 +1 345 343 10 35.1 24

18 15 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 332 0 332 331 6 55.8 22

21 16 DENNIS LEDBETTER — The Road I’ve Traveled On (Saint And Sinner) 324 +23 301 259 15 22.1 6

20 17 NIKO MOON — Good Time (RCA Nashville) 317 +2 315 320 9 35.7 61

19 18 BRETT YOUNG — Lady (BMLG) 317 -2 319 288 7 45.7 42

23 19 LEE SIMS — I’m Gonna Let You Down (Adelphos) 316 +31 285 267 12 26.8 6

25 20 NATALIE BLUE — Favorite Everything (SSM Evolution) 304 +31 273 251 11 28.1 7

22 21 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 296 +10 286 285 4 74.5 16

24 22 HILLBILLY WAYNE — Pontchartrain (Mallory II) 282 +4 278 273 9 31.8 21

27 23 KEITH URBAN & P!NK — One Too Many (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville) 281 +19 262 263 11 26.0 21

26 24 EDEN LANGWORTHY — Mom, Dad And Home (Elm) 274 +3 271 272 9 30.9 21

28 25 SINGIN’ SAM LITTLE — Open Up The Honky Tonks (LSI) 272 +13 259 248 10 27.7 18

30 26 GABBY BARRETT — The Good Ones (Warner Music Nashville) 256 +9 247 245 10 26.1 30

34 27 MICHAEL B. REDDY & KAT TAYLOR

— God’s Gonna Heal (MBR International) 248 +28 220 210 8 31.5 12

33 28 HEINRICH DOC WOLF — Without You (Ind) 248 +15 233 225 8 31.5 16

31 29 THOMAS RHETT — What’s Your Country Song (Valory Music/Universal) 248 +2 246 244 10 25.3 15

32 30 RASCAL FLATTS — How They Remember You (Big Machine) 246 +1 245 246 5 49.7 36

38 31 MIRANDA LAMBERT — Settling Down (RCA) 230 +16 214 215 11 21.4 23

36 32 TONY MANTOR

— Why Not Me (Plateau) 224 +8 216 203 8 28.5 12

37 33 BROTHERS OSBORNE — All Night (EMI Nashville) 222 +7 215 221 7 32.2 41

35 34 DYLAN SCOTT — Nobody (Curb) 218 +1 217 217 8 27.7 55

40 35 BRANTLEY GILBERT — Hard Days (Valory Music/Big Machine) 211 0 211 210 7 30.6 37

42 36 JORDAN DAVIS — Almost Maybes (MCA Nashville) 208 +9 199 206 7 30.2 40

47 37 TRAVIS REID BALL & THE TROUBLE — California (Ind) 207 +43 164 144 5 41.9 6

43 38 ERIC CHURCH — Hell Of A View (EMI Nashville) 202 +18 184 185 9 22.9 15

41 39 JAKE OWEN — Made For You (Big Loud) 200 0 200 199 5 40.5 45

44 40 CARLY PEARCE — Next Girl (Big Machine) 198 +15 183 182 9 22.5 1 22

39 41 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 192 -21 213 237 5 38.9 29

45 42 SAM HUNT — Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90’s (MCA Nashville) 175 0 175 176 9 19.9 19

— 43 ROBERT ESKRIDGE — I Can’t Win For Losing You (Bucket List) 173 NEW 156 85 11 16.2 5

46 44 DIERKS BENTLEY — Gone (Capitol Nashville) 172 +2 170 170 9 19.6 18

49 45 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 169 +9 160 151 10 17.4 8

3 46 CHARLIE KULIS BAND — Hotel Room (Aries Worldwide Music) 169 -302 471 461 8 21.6 19

50 47 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 167 +9 158 131 7 24.3 8

— 48 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 161 NEW 156 134 8 20.6 1 8

— 49 LUANNE HUNT — Crazy Dreams (Star Creek Entertainment) 153 NEW 146 131 8 19.6 5

— 50 TIM MCGRAW & TYLER HUBBARD — Undivided (Big Machine) 152 NEW 148 136 10 15.7 6

Drops (Recurrents):

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”, Kelsea Ballerini “Hole In The Bottle”, 2Digh4 “Indefinitely”, Runaway June “We Were Rich”, Aaron Mcdonnell “Tell The

Devil”

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Justin Moore — We Didn’t Have Much (Valory Music/Universal) 127 -1 128 6

Kane Brown — Worship You (RCA Nashville) 121 -2 123 7

Scotty McCreery — You Time (Triple Tigers/Sony) 109 +2 107 5

Jason Aldean — Blame It On You (Macon Music/Broken Bow) 107 +5 102 6

Lee Brice — Memory I Don’t Mess With (Curb) 92 +4 88 6

COUNTRY UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

John Michael Ferrari — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 90 0 90 5

Bobbye Shadle — Your Eyes (RKP) 87 +27 60 6 3

Charlie Kulis Band — Twisted (Aries Worldwide Music) 75 +69 6 7 4

Bobby Wills — Gettin’ Her Over You (MDM) 72 +58 14 5 4

Chris Young & Kane Brown — Famous Friends (RCA Nashville) 69 0 69 5

Blake Shelton — Minimum Wage (Warner Music Nashville) 68 0 68 5

Priscilla Block — Just About Over You (Mercury Nashville) 67 NEW 61 5 1

Toni Land — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 66 0 66 5

Chase Rice w/Florida Georgia Line — Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. (BMG) 49 +8 41 4

Matt Westin — Thin Blue Line (Ind) 45 0 45 1

Jon Pardi — Tequila Little Time (Capitol Nashville) 44 +5 39 5 1

Teddy Robb — Heaven On Dirt (Monument) 36 0 36 3

Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood — Shallow (Pearl) 35 +16 19 4 1

Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley — Freedom Was A Highway (Stoney Creek) 35 0 35 4

Russell Dickerson — Home Sweet (Triple Tigers/Sony) 33 0 33 4

Elvie Shane — My Boy (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 28 NEW 24 3 1

Dan + Shay — Glad You Exist (Warner Music Nashville) 26 +21 5 2 1

Chris Stapleton — Cold (Mercury Nashville) 25 0 25 1

Parker McCollum — To Be Loved By You (MCA Nashville) 20 0 20 2

Desert City Ramblers — Comin’ Home (Crane Kick) 19 +4 15 1

Clausen — Without Thinking It Over (Bzet) 18 +13 5 3 2

Caleb Kelley — River Bent (Caleb Kelley Music) 16 0 16 1

Kevin Fullen — Until We Meet Again (Twang Thang Country) 14 0 14 1

Hannah Belle — Anybody But Me (Cherry Picker Music South) 14 0 14 1

Aaron Goodvin — Lonely Drum 2.0 (Reviver) 12 NEW 0 1 1

Chantelle Mussell — Perfect Little Failure (Mussell) 11 NEW 0 4 4

Bellamy Brothers — No Country Music For Old Men (Bellamy Brothers) 10 0 10 1

Melissa Pettignano — Blessed Lord Jesus (Melissa Pettignano) 6 NEW 0 3 3

Meg Berry — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 6 0 6 3

Brandi Vezina — Danger (Ind) 6 0 6 3

Nate Barnes — You Ain’t Pretty (Quartz Hill) 5 NEW 0 1 1

Chris Mabb — Heaven Is A Honky Tonk (Steam Whistle) 5 NEW 0 1 1

Lauren Alaina w/Jon Pardi — Getting Over Him (Mercury Nashville) 5 NEW 0 1 1

Natalie Nicole Gilbert — River (Harbor Road Entertainment) 5 0 5 1

Rodney Atkins — A Little Good News (Curb) 2 NEW 0 1 1

Inside Country Radio

by: Buck McCoy

Dan + Shay keep their running streak of

hits alive and well with every step they take.

“Glad You Exist” (Warner Music Nashville) is

the newest from this hit making duo and our panel of radio and programmers just

can’t seem to get enough. This is also one of their best yet. Blake Shelton continues

his record setting number of monster hits. He does it again with “Minimum Wage”

(Warner/WMN) in a very big way and that has to keep the brass over on The Voice

(NBC) extremely happy. No one is hotter in Country radio then Blake.

Jon Pardi appears to be on a roll time after time. We first caught a

glimpse of him at CRS a few years back and now he’s taking his new and

improved “Tequila Little Time” (Capitol Nashville) out for a spin and

radio is all over this one big time. Speaking of CRS, it’s been in full bloom

with many changes this year but the crew still has managed with all of this

to implemented new rules and restrictions & a good job team CRS. We all hope

that by next year things will be back to some normal operation so that we can

be more involved.

Cole Swindell takes a good thing and works it until it really takes hold. Case

in point is his current “Single Saturday Night “ (Warner/WMN). It’s been out for

awhile but Cole and the powers that be have not given up on this monster jam.

Luke Combs is also off and running at full speed. His “Forever After All” (River

House/Columbia) is another winner as he keep rolling out the hits like a man on

fire. Happy to see the good guys wining at times.

Jake Owen is seeking good fortune and continued support at the format.

His brilliant “Made For You” (Big Loud) is another gem from an artist that we

have come to know quite well. Also getting in on the action from coast to coast

is Jameson Rodgers. Together with Luke Combs, the boys are taking the single

“Cold Beer Calling” out for a spin and this ride is beautiful. Nate Barnes has

come to the party and intends to stay for a spell. The new and elegant “You Ain’t

Pretty” (Quartz Hill) is the perfect song for this time of year.

Filmore is taking off and they are letting the Country world know they

are good and ready. “Nothing’s Better” (Curb) is a real top of the hour song that

deserves your immediate love and attention. Robyn Ottolini is getting lots of praise

and support for the new song entitled “F-150” (Warner/WMN). This is a real

powerhouse and we are happy to see it doing so well. Adam Doleac is also picking

up big numbers for his current hit single. “Whiskey’s Fine” (Arista Nashville) is

a real winner so make sure you get it on your list as soon as you can.

Locash are keeping it real and we’re so excited to see that the boys keep on

cranking out the hits. “Beers To Catch Up On” (Wheelhouse) is a real treat so don’t

let the boys down. Lee Brice has another winner on his hands and make no mistake

about that. Everybody is singing the praises of his current “Memory I Don’t Mess

With” (Curb) & that is such a great song we just can’t stop loving it every time it

comes on the radio. Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood are not letting their current

song off the hook. Their rendition of the classic tune “Shallow” (Pearl) continues

to build by leaps and bounds so add a few extra for them. Newcomers Travis Reid

Ball & the Trouble have come to the party with a debut single entitled “California”

& are truly appreciative of the reception they have been getting at radio. Again

we love to see the new guys win and catch a well-deserved break.

The Charlie Kulis Band are making it look easy again every week as their

“Hotel Room” moves forward. They also have a new song called “Twisted” that

is picking up a number of early believers. Jennifer Belle is also pulling in super

numbers for her “When I Get To It” (JGSII). Garrett Young has had an amazing

run with his brilliant “Get Gone” (West Coast Collective). Rob Georg has also

had solid run with his “This Old House”. Billy F. Otis delivers the goods with

“On My Street”. Eileen Carey is also running strong with “Keep Your Love To

Yourself” (RolleyCstr Music). All of the above are NMA Nominees and deserve

your support.

COUNTRY MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Bobby Wills — Gettin’ Her Over You (MDM) 4

2 Chantelle Mussell — Perfect Little Failure (Mussell) 4

3 Charlie Kulis Band — Twisted (Aries Worldwide Music) 4

4 Melissa Pettignano — Blessed Lord Jesus (Melissa Pettignano) 3

5 Bobbye Shadle — Your Eyes (RKP) 3

6 Clausen — Without Thinking It Over (Bzet) 2

7 Carly Pearce — Next Girl (Big Machine) 1

8 Dianna — Calm Down Karen (Slippery Eel) 1

9 Rodney Atkins — A Little Good News (Curb) 1

10 John Jurney — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 1

11 Dan + Shay — Glad You Exist (Warner Music Nashville) 1

12 Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood — Shallow (Pearl) 1

13 Aaron Goodvin — Lonely Drum 2.0 (Reviver) 1

14 Chris Mabb — Heaven Is A Honky Tonk (Steam Whistle) 1

15 Chloe Collins — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) 1

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SPINcrease

TOP40

GAIN

Olivia Rodrigo — Drivers License (Geffen) +148

Weeknd — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) +136

Justin Bieber — Anyone (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) +110

Ariana Grande — 34 + 35 (Republic) +108

Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear — My Ex’s Best Friend (Bad Boy/Interscope) +91

Dua Lipa — We’re Good (Warner Music) +86

Ava Max — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) +78

SZA — Good Days (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) +77

Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine — Lifestyle (Atlantic) +71

Steve Aoki & Willy William w/S.Paul, El Alfa, S.Ebbasta & Play N Skillz — Mambo (Dim Mak) +66

Tate McRae — You Broke Me First (RCA) +65

Clean Bandit w/Iann Dior — Higher (Atlantic) +62

Selena Gomez — De Una Vez (Interscope) +60

Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) +58

Fat Joe w/DJ Khaled & Amorphous — Sunshine (RNG/Empire) +56

AC/HOT AC

Olivia Rodrigo — Drivers License (Geffen) +162

Levi Perry — 2020/21 New World Day (Ind) +61

Gramma Rikki — Our Story (Ind) +56

Billy F. Otis — On My Street (CVB Music) +51

Ava Max — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) +48

Garrett Young — Who’s To Blame (West Coast Collective) +47

Jason Derulo w/Adam Levine — Lifestyle (Atlantic) +47

Rhett May — Latex Lady (Ind) +43

Catie Waters — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) +42

Dua Lipa — We’re Good (Warner Music) +38

All Time Low w/Blackbear — Monsters (Fueled By Ramen/WMG) +37

Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) +36

Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato — What Other People Say (RCA) +35

Chris Milo — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) +33

Tate McRae — You Broke Me First (RCA) +33

COUNTRY

GAIN

GAIN

Charlie Kulis Band — Twisted (Aries Worldwide Music) +69

Bobby Wills — Gettin’ Her Over You (MDM) +58

Travis Reid Ball & The Trouble — California (Ind) +43

Jarrod Turner — Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste (SSM Evolution) +43

Natalie Blue — Favorite Everything (SSM Evolution) +31

Lee Sims — I’m Gonna Let You Down (Adelphos) +31

Ramblin’ Jake — Hammock in July (Victorian Station Big Pink) +29

Chloe Collins — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) +28

Michael B. Reddy & Kat Taylor — God’s Gonna Heal (MBR International) +28

Bobbye Shadle — Your Eyes (RKP) +27

Dennis Ledbetter — The Road I’ve Traveled On (Saint And Sinner) +23

Dan + Shay — Glad You Exist (Warner Music Nashville) +21

Keith Urban & P!nk — One Too Many (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville) +19

Bill Miles Band — Lovesick Hillbilly (Ind) +19

Eric Church — Hell Of A View (EMI Nashville) +18

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T I M E

Carrie Underwood is no stranger to the word “reality.” After all, as the winner of the 2005 season of

“American Idol,” she won the hearts of millions of viewers across the world. Now, the singer has entered into

a promotion that is sure to please her fan following.

Sony Music Nashville and Aurasma, the world’s leading augmented reality platform, have partnered

to launch an augmented reality promotional campaign for Underwood’s No. 1 album, “Blown Away,” which

was released in May.

U

Using the free Aurasma Lite app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices available from the iTunes App

Store and Google Play, fans can launch exclusive video of Underwood that is triggered by aiming the device

at the cover image of Blown Away. The video leaps from the Blown Away image on the mobile device or

tablet and provides a click-through gateway to the album at the iTunes store. The promotion was launched

in Nashville recently at the CMA Music Festival.

“Carrie Underwood is always looking for ways to connect with her fans,” said Gary Overton, Sony

Music Nashville chairman and chief executive officer. “We are excited to embrace a cutting-edge technology like augmented reality to help give fans

something special and provide a cool, unique connection between the artist and audience. Sony Music Nashville is excited to watch this fun idea unfold

and is eager to partner with Aurasma on other future campaigns.”

Upon its release on May 1, “Blown Away” made history by debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country albums sales chart making Underwood

only the second country artist in the 47 year history of the chart to have each of their first four albums debut at No. 1. “Blown Away” also debuted at

No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart making Underwood only the second country artist in history to have three consecutive albums debut at No.

1. “Blown Away” became country’s best-selling digital album debut since 2010.

“Carrie Underwood is a proven superstar. We are thrilled to partner with Sony Music Nashville to help increase the momentum of her smash

album Blown Away,” said Jennifer Rapp, general manager of Aurasma. “By leveraging augmented reality to bridge the physical and virtual worlds, Sony

gives the fans something exclusive and special, helping to keep fans connected and Carrie in the spotlight.”

The free Aurasma app runs on iPhone 3GS (and above), iPad2 (and above), and high-powered Android devices.

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Yesterday, Underwood performed the first of four concerts on the Australian leg of her tour to promote “Blown Away.” She kicked things off in

Melbourne, and will perform in Tamworth and Brisbane on Friday and Saturday, before finishing things in Sydney on Sunday. Also, Underwood has just

released the title cut as the second single -- to follow up the chart-topping success of “Good Girl,” which became her fifteenth number one record.

Country Date To Remember:

February 11, 1962

Somewhere, around Fenton, Mo, there are some students who

can say that they had one of music’s sexiest performers as a

teacher. Sheryl Crow - long before she hit it big in 1993 with

“All I Wanna Do,” was actually a music teacher at Kellison

Elementary School. Though her teaching days in school are

long over, Crow - who turns an amazing 50 years old today -

has educated many of her fans about some of Country Music’s

greatest performers, such as Loretta, Hank, and Johnny Cash.

Happy Birthday to one of Rock’s top women!

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INDIE COUNTRY

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# 1

1 1

ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 508 +10 498 472 19 27.2 23

4 2 JENNIFER BELLE — When I Get To It (JGSII) 447 +8 439 418 16 28.4 25

5 3 KYLIE TROUT — Extra (Ind) 428 +16 412 372 14 31.0 19

6 4 CHLOE COLLINS — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) 421 +28 393 370 14 30.5 1 21

7 5 RAMBLIN’ JAKE — Hammock in July (Victorian Station Big Pink) 412 +29 383 359 13 32.1 1 15

9 6 JARROD TURNER

— Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste (SSM Evolution) 402 +43 359 335 13 31.4 1 12

8 7 CHRISTINE VANHOY — What If You Did (CVH Publishing) 381 +6 375 356 13 29.8 17

10 8 BILL MILES BAND — Lovesick Hillbilly (Ind) 376 +19 357 334 12 31.8 14

11 9 CATHERINE ALTOMARE — Ode To Billie Joe (New Notes) 354 +6 348 324 12 30.0 17

12 10 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 332 0 332 329 6 55.8 22

13 11 DENNIS LEDBETTER — The Road I’ve Traveled On (Saint And Sinner) 324 +23 301 214 15 22.1 6

15 12 LEE SIMS — I’m Gonna Let You Down (Adelphos) 316 +31 285 239 12 26.8 6

17 13 NATALIE BLUE — Favorite Everything (SSM Evolution) 304 +31 273 223 11 28.1 7

14 14 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 296 +10 286 283 4 74.5 16

16 15 HILLBILLY WAYNE — Pontchartrain (Mallory II) 282 +4 278 249 9 31.8 21

18 16 EDEN LANGWORTHY — Mom, Dad And Home (Elm) 274 +3 271 262 9 30.9 21

19 17 SINGIN’ SAM LITTLE — Open Up The Honky Tonks (LSI) 272 +13 259 236 10 27.7 18

22 18 MICHAEL B. REDDY & KAT TAYLOR

— God’s Gonna Heal (MBR International) 248 +28 220 199 8 31.5 12

21 19 HEINRICH DOC WOLF — Without You (Ind) 248 +15 233 205 8 31.5 16

23 20 TONY MANTOR

— Why Not Me (Plateau) 224 +8 216 195 8 28.5 12

26 21 TRAVIS REID BALL & THE TROUBLE — California (Ind) 207 +43 164 102 5 41.9 4

25 22 JAKE OWEN — Made For You (Big Loud) 200 0 200 188 5 40.5 45

24 23 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 192 -21 213 434 5 38.9 29

29 24 ROBERT ESKRIDGE — I Can’t Win For Losing You (Bucket List) 173 +17 156 69 11 16.2 5

27 25 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 169 +9 160 144 10 17.4 8

2 26 CHARLIE KULIS BAND — Hotel Room (Aries Worldwide Music) 169 -302 471 437 8 21.6 19

28 27 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 167 +9 158 126 7 24.3 8

30 28 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 161 +5 156 129 8 20.6 1 8

30 29 LUANNE HUNT — Crazy Dreams (Star Creek Entertainment) 153 +7 146 55 8 19.6 5

— 30 JASON ALDEAN — Blame It On You (Macon Music/Broken Bow) 107 NEW 102 102 6 18.3 16

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ARA-FM/L-2448, Luxembourg

GM/OM: Germain Bintz

PD: Alexa Zenner

Top Five

Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys “Country Girls”

Home Free “Take Me Home, Country Roads”

Cody Jinks “Tell ‘Em What It’s Like”

Ginger Cowgirl “Nashville”

Avi Kaplan “Chains”

No Adds

CRG-FM/Gilsdorf, Luxembourg

PD: Frank Schuler

Top Five

Christine VanHoy “What If You Did”

Rebel Hearts “Good To Go”

2Digh4 “Indefinitely”

John Michael Ferrari “So Beautiful”

John Michael Ferrari “Somewhere We Could Fall”

No Adds

Dandelion-FM/Strib, Middelfart Denmark

PD: John Andersen

Top Five

Bobbye Shadle “Your Eyes”

Rob Georg “This Old House”

Big Jim Davis “You Can Never Go Back To Where You

Been”

Brooke Hogan “Love People”

Clausen “Without Thinking It Over”

Adds

Todd Barrow w/Jenn Ford “Fun In Mexico” (5)

Chris Mabb “Heaven Is A Honky Tonk” (5)

Charlie Kulis Band “Twisted” (5)

Bobbye Shadle “Your Eyes” (5)

IDFM-FM/Soisy Sous Montmorency, France

PD: Patrick Molis

Top Five

Geoff Williams “Across The Ditch”

Rebel Hearts “When Will I Be Loved”

Nick Hedden “Wish You Could Be My Girl”

Maren Morris “Girl”

Charlie Kulis Band “Hotel Room”

No Adds

KBMO-AM/Benson, MN

PD: Program Director

Top Five

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus”

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure”

Brandi Vezina “Danger”

Dr. Friday “Cruisin’”

Aaron Mcdonnell “Tell The Devil”

Adds

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure” (2)

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus” (2)

KCGW-FM/Edgar, NE

GM/OM: Angele Yohn

Top Five

Travis Reid Ball & The Trouble “California”

Lee Sims “I’m Gonna Let You Down”

Natalie Blue “Favorite Everything”

Michael B. Reddy & Kat Taylor “God’s Gonna Heal”

Jarrod Turner “Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste”

Adds

Bobby Wills “Gettin’ Her Over You” (45)

Charlie Kulis Band “Twisted” (45)

KDKD-FM/Clinton, MO

GM/OM: Steve Stevens

Top Five

Chris Stapleton “Starting Over”

Darius Rucker “Beers And Sunshine”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

Niko Moon “Good Time”

Kelsea Ballerini “Hole In The Bottle”

No Adds

KDOL-FM/Livingston, TX

GM/OM: Jim Wolfe

Top Five

Hillbilly Wayne “Pontchartrain”

Rob Georg “This Old House”

Eden Langworthy “Mom, Dad And Home”

Garrett Young “Get Gone”

Jennifer Belle “When I Get To It”

Adds

Bobby Wills “Gettin’ Her Over You” (5)

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure” (5)

KFGE-FM/Lincoln, NE

GM/OM: Ami Graham

PD: Kyle Matthews

Top Five

Luke Bryan “Down To One”

Kelsea Ballerini “Hole In The Bottle”

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Darius Rucker “Beers And Sunshine”

Niko Moon “Good Time”

Adds

Carly Pearce “Next Girl” (16)

KGFY-FM/Stillwater, OK

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Parmalee & Blanco Brown “Just The Way”

Thomas Rhett “What’s Your Country Song”

Luke Bryan “Down To One”

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Brett Young “Lady”

Adds

Bobby Wills “Gettin’ Her Over You” (3)

KIKD-FM/Carroll, IA

GM/OM: John Ryan

PD: Kristen Campisi

Top Five

Scotty McCreery “You Time”

Kane Brown “Worship You”

Luke Bryan “Down To One”

Sam Hunt “Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90’s”

Keith Urban & P!nk “One Too Many”

No Adds

KLMJ-FM/Hampton, IA

PD: Ryley Seymour

MD: Mike Betten

Top Five

Michael B. Reddy & Kat Taylor “God’s Gonna Heal”

Bill Miles Band “Lovesick Hillbilly”

Tony Mantor “Why Not Me”

Catherine Altomare “Ode To Billie Joe”

Christine VanHoy “What If You Did”

Adds

Charlie Kulis Band “Twisted” (5)

KMJY-FM/Minneapolis, KS

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

Top Five

Lady A “Champagne Night”

Eileen Carey “Keep Your Love To Yourself”

Jarrod Turner “Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste”

Ramblin’ Jake “Hammock in July”

Jimy Bishop “Take It To The Streets”

No Adds

KOKX-AM/Keokuk, IA

PD: Mike Gronwald

MD: Brian Dougherty

Top Five

Bobbye Shadle “Your Eyes”

Wade Bowen w/Jamie Lin Wilson “Sick And Tired”

Marc Hess “The Book Of Life”

Kingdom Heirs “Never Changing God”

Kenna Turner West “Calling All Prodigals”

Adds

Baylor Wilson “Jesus Happened” (2)

Wade Bowen w/Jamie Lin Wilson “Sick And Tired” (2)

Marc Hess “The Book Of Life” (2)

Kingdom Heirs “Never Changing God” (2)

Kenna Turner West “Calling All Prodigals” (2)

Connor Jameson “Okay, Momma” (2)

Bill Filipiak “My Prayer” (2)

Danny Gokey “New Day” (2)

Clausen “Without Thinking It Over” (2)

Rodney Atkins “A Little Good News” (2)

Jenn Bostic “Jealous Of Angels” (2)

Middle Kids “Questions” (2)

Kenny Chesney “We Do” (2)

Dianna “Calm Down Karen” (2)

Chris Filer “John Deere, John 3:16” (2)

Jeremy Camp “Out Of My Hands” (2)

Bobbye Shadle “Your Eyes” (2)

KRRV-FM/Alexandria, LA

GM/OM: Taylor Thompson

PD: Melissa Frost

Top Five

Lady A “Champagne Night”

Jon Pardi “Ain’t Always The Cowboy”

Chris Lane “Big, Big Plans”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

Parker McCollum “Pretty Heart”

No Adds

KSCR-FM/Valinda, CA

GM/OM: Jowanna Lewis

Top Five

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus”

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure”

Brandi Vezina “Danger”

Dr. Friday “Cruisin’”

Aaron Mcdonnell “Tell The Devil”

Adds

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure” (2)

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus” (2)

KYTI-FM/Sheridan, WY

GM/OM: Steven Schreffler

PD: Russ Davidson

MD: Tommy B

Top Five

Chris Stapleton “Starting Over”

Billy F. Otis “On My Street”

Rob Georg “This Old House”

Lady A “Champagne Night”

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Adds

John Jurney “Love Don’t Like You” (5)

RSC-AM/Harlingen, Friesland Netherlands

GM/OM: Jim Richman

PD: Stevie Gordon

Top Five

Carrie Underwood “Drinking Alone”

Dillon Carmichael “I Do For You”

Riley Green “I Wish Grandpas Never Died”

James Clarke Bailey “Full Of Fighting”

Carly Pearce & Lee Brice “I Hope You’re Happy Now”

No Adds

TEM-FM/Temora, NSW Australia

GM/OM: Daryl Noack

Top Five

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus”

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure”

Brandi Vezina “Danger”

Dr. Friday “Cruisin’”

Aaron Mcdonnell “Tell The Devil”

Adds

Chantelle Mussell “Perfect Little Failure” (2)

Melissa Pettignano “Blessed Lord Jesus” (2)

WFLE-FM/Flemingsburg, KY

PD: Eddie Plummer

Top Five

Kelsea Ballerini “Hole In The Bottle”

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Rascal Flatts “How They Remember You”

Florida Georgia Line “Long Live”

Brett Young “Lady”

Adds

Ramblin’ Jake “Hammock in July” (20)

Jarrod Turner “Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste” (19)

Clausen “Without Thinking It Over” (11)

WHCR-LB-FM/Eastover, SC

GM/OM: Randy Gerrald

Top Five

Luke Bryan “Down To One”

Keith Urban & P!nk “One Too Many”

Ashley McBryde “Martha Divine”

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Chris Stapleton “Starting Over”

Adds

Bobbye Shadle “Your Eyes” (10)

WIFE-FM/Connersville, IN

PD: Ted Cramer

Top Five

Brandon Ratcliff “Sometimes Always Never”

Keith Urban & P!nk “One Too Many”

Gary Allan “Waste Of A Whiskey Drink”

Darius Rucker “Beers And Sunshine”

Brothers Osborne “All Night”

Adds

Dan + Shay “Glad You Exist” (16)

Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood “Shallow” (16)

Aaron Goodvin “Lonely Drum 2.0” (12)

Chloe Collins “Can’t Stop” (12)

WISK-FM/Americus, GA

GM/OM: Steve Lashley

PD: Thurston Clary

Top Five

Luke Combs “Better Together”

Dan + Shay “I Should Probably Go To Bed”

Russell Dickerson “Love You Like I Used To”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

Lady A “Champagne Night”

Adds

Charlie Kulis Band “Twisted” (14)

WKUL-FM/Cullman, AL

GM/OM: Ron Mosley

PD: Ron Mosley, Jr.

APD: Tim Dobson

Top Five

Jennifer Belle “When I Get To It”

Dennis Ledbetter “The Road I’ve Traveled On”

For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson

“Together”

Lee Sims “I’m Gonna Let You Down”

Natalie Blue “Favorite Everything”

No Adds

WMEV-FM/Marion, VA

GM/OM: Jim Mabe

PD: Lynn Rutledge

Top Five

Keith Urban & P!nk “One Too Many”

Chloe Collins “Can’t Stop”

Bill Miles Band “Lovesick Hillbilly”

Kylie Trout “Extra”

Miranda Lambert “Settling Down”

Adds

Bobby Wills “Gettin’ Her Over You” (5)

Priscilla Block “Just About Over You” (5)

Elvie Shane “My Boy” (5)

Jon Pardi “Tequila Little Time” (5)

Lauren Alaina w/Jon Pardi “Getting Over Him” (5)

Ingrid Andress “Lady Like” (5)

Nate Barnes “You Ain’t Pretty” (5)

WOCO-AM/Oconto, WI

PD: Larry Kaszynski

Top Five

Brantley Gilbert “Hard Days”

Brothers Osborne “All Night”

2Digh4 “Indefinitely”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

Brett Young “Lady”

No Adds

WSLV-FM/Ardmore, TN

GM/OM: Becky Parker

PD: Vince Wilson

APD: Johnny Mansall

Top Five

Chris Lane “Big, Big Plans”

Lee Brice “One Of Them Girls”

Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani “Happy Anywhere”

Parker McCollum “Pretty Heart”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

No Adds

WSLV-AM/Ardmore, TN

GM/OM: Becky Parker

PD: Vince Wilson

APD: Johnny Mansall

Top Five

Chris Lane “Big, Big Plans”

Lee Brice “One Of Them Girls”

Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani “Happy Anywhere”

Parker McCollum “Pretty Heart”

Kenny Chesney “Happy Does”

No Adds

WYTI-AM/Rocky Mount, VA

MD: Cliff Beach

Top Five

2Digh4 “Indefinitely”

Jennifer Belle “When I Get To It”

Hillbilly Wayne “Pontchartrain”

Luanne Hunt “Crazy Dreams”

Rob Georg “This Old House”

No Adds

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Concert Crowdfunding:

a Supplementary Way to

Fund Shows

by Mary Ivanova (show4me.com

Whether you are looking to get employed by a band, orchestra

or music collective or are preparing for a solo career, putting on

concerts can help you practice performing in public, build a great

concert resume to help propel your career and even book the job

of your dreams.

You don’t have to be selling out stadiums or concert halls to

be able to muster up an audience for a crowdfunded gig. Moreover,

you can start a crowdfunding campaign for a private event for your

friends only (a private show for 10-20 people) or an intimate show

with under 50 people in attendance. This will both help you dip your

toes in crowdfunding and putting together a show on your own.

Where to start?

Begin the process with coming up with a topic for your event,

approximate playlist, as well as lineup – is it going to be a solo night

or will there be any guest artists? What about a host?

Next, it’s important to be realistic about your budget. Write up

all your costs: venue and staffing fees, equipment rent, promotion,

travel/accommodation costs, stage decor and costumes, as well as

your own fee and taxes.

Be diligent in estimating show budget since you’ll have to set

your ticket price and crowdfunding campaign goal based on that.

Don’t just ballpark it. Do your research, contact the venue and all

the companies/contractors you’ll be using for the event to get their

current rates for your specific event.

Important note: add 20% on top of your budget for unexpected

expenses. Most projects run over budget and it’s better to be

safe than sorry. Concert crowdfunding is designed to alleviate the

financial risks of putting on a show. Running into red just because

you made a miscalculation on the budget sheet would be a shame.

Also remember to give some thought to the service you are

going to use as your crowdfunding platform. The options can be

narrowed down to two categories: general-purpose crowdfunding

platforms, like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, or concert-specific services,

like Show4me concert crowdfunding toolkit. We recommend the

latter since it offers all the tools you might need to hold a professional

concert, down to automatic ticket generation and distribution, as

well as a free ticket scanner app.

Fees on these platforms are success-based and only apply to

winning campaigns.

How to promote it?

Although crowdfunding music events have been slowly

becoming more mainstream, many musicians shy away from them

just because it seems weird to ask fans to pay their way into a show

or a concert. Thing is, when promoting any event, you have to ask

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your fans to buy your tickets, so any inconvenience you might feel

about this is all in your head.

It’s important to explain to your fans though that they need to

buy tickets early since the show depends on their support. We’ve

had artists who crowdfunded their events in Show4me refer to this

model of funding as “alternative” or “experimental”.

These seem to be fitting terms to describe concert crowdfunding.

It’s an alternative to the traditional ticket sales and it’s experimental

because the whole process turns into a fun journey where the end

result is not guaranteed – the show either raises enough to be held

or all contributions get fully refunded to the supporters.

In order for an event to happen, you need to market it across

your social media, your email list and your community (yes, we are

talking calling up your friends, going door to door and printing up

physical posters to plaster on local message boards).

Exciting description of your upcoming show along with eyecatching

promo visuals can significantly improve the chances of

your event actually pre-selling enough tickets to happen! (Since all

contributions to your crowdfunding campaign are listed as tickets,

we consider it fitting to call such a campaign a ticket pre-sale as

fans essentially pre-order a concert from you and once it reaches its

minimum budget, the tickets get generated automatically and sent

out to all backers on your behalf when you set the event date).

My event got funded, now what?

So you launched your concert crowdfunding campaign, put

your blood and sweat in promoting it and finally met your event

budget! Congrats!

Now, you need to contact your venue, set the show date, iron

out all your event details and coordinate production duties with your

team and supporting acts, and start producing your show. You do all

of this after you arrange funds withdrawal from your crowdfunding

site.

As you are putting together your concert, you need to still be

very active on your crowdfunding page, as well as social media.

Post updates about the preparation process and behind-the-scenes

photos and videos. Remember that raising the funds is only half

the job, you also need to maintain your fans’ interest leading up to

your show!

Post updates even from behind the curtain as you are preparing

to go on stage. Provide your fans with sneak peaks at the electric

atmosphere both off and on stage at your shows and remember to

thank everyone who helped you make the show happen: your team,

fellow acts, crew, producers, and the fans.

Don’t just thank the fans right after the show from the stage

though. Take the time to send out thank you notes via email, post

them across your social media, in your Show4me Artist club, and

even think about using snail mail for notes to your most dedicated

fans. Taylor Swift does it, why can’t you!

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WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

3 1 LUKE COMBS — Better Together (River House Artists/Columbia Nashville) 65 0 65 65 1 65.5

2 2 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 65 0 65 65 1 65.5

4 3 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 65 0 65 55 1 65.5

6 4 CHRIS STAPLETON — Starting Over (Mercury Nashville) 65 0 65 55 1 65.5

7 5 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 55 0 55 55 1 55.5

9 6 DARIUS RUCKER

— Beers And Sunshine (Capitol Nashville) 48 +13 35 28 1 48.5

8 7 LUKE BRYAN — Down To One (Capitol Nashville) 35 0 35 35 1 35.5

11 8 TRAVIS REID BALL & THE TROUBLE — California (Ind) 35 +7 28 21 1 35.5

10 9 NIKO MOON — Good Time (RCA Nashville) 28 0 28 21 1 28.5

14 10 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 14 +9 5 0 1 14.5

15 11 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 14 +9 5 0 1 14.5

— 12 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 5 NEW 0 0 1 5.5 1

More to come . . .

COUNTRY

CENTRAL REGION

1 1 CHLOE COLLINS — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) 348 +18 330 307 7 50.2 1

2 2 KYLIE TROUT — Extra (Ind) 336 +6 330 307 6 56.5

3 3 RAMBLIN’ JAKE — Hammock in July (Victorian Station Big Pink) 336 +9 327 298 5 67.7

7 4 JARROD TURNER

— Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste (SSM Evolution) 330 +24 306 282 6 55.5

4 5 CHRISTINE VANHOY — What If You Did (CVH Publishing) 324 +6 318 299 6 54.5

5 6 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 316 +5 311 293 6 53.1

8 7 BILL MILES BAND — Lovesick Hillbilly (Ind) 313 +9 304 281 6 52.6

6 8 JENNIFER BELLE — When I Get To It (JGSII) 311 +3 308 287 5 62.7

10 9 CATHERINE ALTOMARE — Ode To Billie Joe (New Notes) 289 +6 283 257 5 58.3

11 10 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 261 0 261 258 4 65.7

16 11 LEE SIMS — I’m Gonna Let You Down (Adelphos) 255 +26 229 178 5 51.5

17 12 NATALIE BLUE — Favorite Everything (SSM Evolution) 254 +26 228 178 5 51.3

12 13 DARIUS RUCKER

— Beers And Sunshine (Capitol Nashville) 249 +3 246 201 7 36.0

13 14 LUKE BRYAN — Down To One (Capitol Nashville) 243 +6 237 170 7 35.2

20 15 DENNIS LEDBETTER

— The Road I’ve Traveled On (Saint And Sinner) 236 +16 220 152 6 39.8

15 16 CHRIS STAPLETON — Starting Over (Mercury Nashville) 235 0 235 210 8 29.8

19 17 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 231 +10 221 218 3 77.5

— 18 HILLBILLY WAYNE — Pontchartrain (Mallory II) 215 NEW 211 197 4 54.2

20 19 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE — Long Live (BMLG) 210 +1 209 189 7 30.5

— 20 EDEN LANGWORTHY — Mom, Dad And Home (Elm) 210 NEW 207 198 4 53.0

EASTERN REGION

3 1 LUKE COMBS — Better Together (River House Artists/Columbia Nashville) 165 0 165 165 3 55.5

4 2 RASCAL FLATTS — How They Remember You (Big Machine) 125 0 125 125 2 63.0

5 3 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE — Long Live (BMLG) 123 0 123 123 2 62.0

6 4 NIKO MOON — Good Time (RCA Nashville) 118 0 118 118 3 39.8

7 5 JENNIFER BELLE — When I Get To It (JGSII) 115 +5 110 110 7 16.9

8 6 BRETT YOUNG — Lady (BMLG) 109 0 109 109 2 55.0

9 7 LUKE BRYAN — Down To One (Capitol Nashville) 97 0 97 67 3 32.8

12 8 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 96 +5 91 91 6 16.5

13 9 BRANTLEY GILBERT — Hard Days (Valory Music/Big Machine) 89 0 89 89 2 45.0

14 10 DARIUS RUCKER

— Beers And Sunshine (Capitol Nashville) 88 0 88 88 2 44.5

15 11 CHRIS STAPLETON — Starting Over (Mercury Nashville) 80 0 80 80 2 40.5

19 12 KYLIE TROUT — Extra (Ind) 76 +10 66 46 4 19.5

17 13 TIM MCGRAW & TYLER HUBBARD — Undivided (Big Machine) 75 +5 70 65 3 25.5

— 14 DENNIS LEDBETTER — The Road I’ve Traveled On (Saint And Sinner) 71 NEW 59 41 5 14.7

18 15 DYLAN SCOTT — Nobody (Curb) 69 0 69 69 2 35.0

— 16 CHLOE COLLINS — Can’t Stop (Collins House Music) 67 NEW 57 57 4 17.2

— 17 RAMBLIN’ JAKE — Hammock in July (Victorian Station Big Pink) 66 NEW 46 46 4 17.0 1

— 18 JARROD TURNER — Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste (SSM Evolution) 66

NEW 47 47 4 17.0 1

20 19 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 66 0 66 122 3 22.5

— 20 GABBY BARRETT — The Good Ones (Warner Music Nashville) 66 NEW 56 56 2 33.5

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HOT 100

A compilation of research data from Top40, Adult Contempoary, and Hot AC radio.

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS AVG CUME ADD WK

1 1 JUSTIN BIEBER W/CHANCE THE RAPPER — Holy (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 1772 -1 1773 1950 61.6 29 23

4 2 ARIANA GRANDE — Positions (Republic) 1427 +12 1415 1420 59.9 24 17

2 3 SAM SMITH — Diamonds (Capitol) 1421 -104 1525 1615 47.8 30 23

6 4 TAYLOR SWIFT — Willow (Republic) 1399 +42 1357 1344 47.1 30 11

3 5 BILLIE EILISH — Therefore I Am (Darkroom/Interscope) 1367 -88 1455 1469 57.4 24 14

5 6 24KGOLDN W/IANN DIOR — Mood (Records/Columbia) 1346 -19 1365 1365 56.5 24 26

7 7 EILEEN CAREY — Keep Your Love To Yourself (RolleyCstr Music) 1302 +6 1296 1304 42.5 31 29

11 8 DECEMBER ROSE — Apple Tree (Slammin Media) 1230 +28 1202 1190 40.1 31 20

10 9 ED SHEERAN — Afterglow (Asylum/Atlantic) 1182 -23 1205 1286 49.7 24 9

9 10 HARRY STYLES — Golden (Columbia) 1138 -117 1255 1258 49.9 23 19

8 11 GABBY BARRETT W/CHARLIE PUTH — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 1133 -160 1293 1297 34.8 33 36

20 12 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Drivers License (Geffen) 1123 +310 813 698 56.6 20 7

15 13 ARIANA GRANDE — 34 + 35 (Republic) 1037 +131 906 893 47.6 22 17

14 14 AVA MAX — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 1033 +45 988 930 43.5 24 48

12 15 DUA LIPA W/DABABY — Levitating (Warner Music) 1029 -69 1098 1145 41.6 25 20

18 16 WEEKND — Save Your Tears (XO/Republic/UMG) 1001 +154 847 794 53.1 19 14

17 17 GARRETT YOUNG — Get Gone (West Coast Collective) 919 +33 886 879 57.9 16 22

13 18 JESSE PEPE — Little Man (Crank Music) 907 -133 1040 1055 60.9 15 36

16 19 BLACK PONTIAC — School Girls (Crank Music) 852 -40 892 890 61.3 14 21

29 20 JUSTIN BIEBER

— Anyone (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 771 +131 640 609 39.0 20 8

19 21 JUSTIN BIEBER & BENNY BLANCO — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 739 -94 833 784 41.5 18 19

24 22 PRIMADONNA REEDS — So Far So Good (Cascades) 714 +13 701 656 32.9 22 15

27 23 TONI LAND — Crazed And Dazed (Stagework Music) 700 +8 692 681 28.5 25 22

26 24 FINAL STATE — Fever (Crank Music) 700 +5 695 693 58.8 12 19

23 25 CHRIS BROWN & YOUNG THUG — Go Crazy (300 Entertainment/RCA) 700 -9 709 708 64.1 11 33

28 26 MEGAN THEE STALLION — Body (300 Entertainment) 634 -15 649 649 58.1 11 12

32 27 AVA MAX — My Head & My Heart (Atlantic) 604 +126 478 293 32.2 19 4 5

33 28 TATE MCRAE — You Broke Me First (RCA) 576 +98 478 429 36.5 16 2 21

31 29 RHETT MAY — Latex Lady (Ind) 569 +47 522 484 41.1 14 12

37 30 JASON DERULO W/ADAM LEVINE — Lifestyle (Atlantic) 527 +118 409 335 28.2 19 5 5

36 31 MACHINE GUN KELLY & BLACKBEAR

— My Ex’s Best Friend (Bad Boy/Interscope) 518 +96 422 414 40.3 13 2 19

30 32 SHAWN MENDES & JUSTIN BIEBER — Monster (Island/Republic) 493 -40 533 547 35.7 14 13

35 33 JOHN MICHAEL FERRARI — Somewhere We Could Fall (Cappy) 448 +21 427 422 22.9 20 15

39 34 BILLY F. OTIS — On My Street (CVB Music) 424 +55 369 328 30.7 14 16

38 35 RITT MOMNEY — Put Your Records On (Disruptor/Columbia) 414 +12 402 350 38.1 11 16

34 36 CHRISTOS — Numb (Crank Music) 403 -42 445 443 45.2 9 16

40 37 ROB GEORG — This Old House (Coast) 354 +5 349 342 22.6 16 23

43 38 CHRISTINA AGUILERA — Loyal Brave True (Walt Disney) 345 +26 319 313 43.6 8 15

42 39 MAI PHUONG — Dear Girl (Concore Entertainment) 323 -10 333 333 54.3 6 19

44 40 BBC CHILDREN IN NEED — Stop Crying Your Heart Out (Decca/Universal) 318 +3 315 315 80.0 4 13

49 41 JIMY BISHOP — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 308 +60 248 0 28.5 11 3 3

47 42 KID LAROI — So Done (Columbia) 304 +49 255 255 38.5 8 13

50 43 ALL TIME LOW W/BLACKBEAR

— Monsters (Fueled By Ramen/WMG) 302 +59 243 238 23.7 13 40

46 44 SIGALA & JAMES ARTHUR

— Lasting Lover (Last Nite/Arista) 262 +6 256 258 33.2 8 12

48 45 REBECCA ANGEL — For What It’s Worth (A Train) 257 +4 253 298 29.0 9 22

53 46 GRAMMA RIKKI — Our Story (Ind) 249 +58 191 141 19.6 13 5

71 47 DUA LIPA — We’re Good (Warner Music) 240 +124 116 0 24.5 10 7 2

52 48 POP SMOKE — What You Know Bout Love (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic) 237 0 237 237 40.0 6 16

57 49 LEVI PERRY — 2020/21 New World Day (Ind) 231 +64 167 131 19.7 12 5

68 50 CATIE WATERS — Crazy (Cutmore Entertainment) 218 +85 133 0 13.3 17 2 3

51 51 INTERNET MONEY & GUNNA & DON TOLIVER — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 -22 238 238 43.7 5 25

58 52 TIESTO — The Business (Atlantic) 185 +23 162 202 31.3 6 19

78 53 CHRIS MILO — Poisoned Love (Milo Music) 184 +71 113 0 12.7 15 1 3

54 54 KID LAROI — Without You (Columbia) 183 0 183 0 26.6 7 7

59 55 FITZ — Head Up High (Elektra/EMG) 182 +27 155 131 26.5 7 15

55 56 SAWEETIE W/DOJA CAT — Best Friend (ICY/Artistry/Warner) 179 0 179 179 26.0 7 7

56 57 SABRINA CARPENTER — Skin (Island) 171 -2 173 0 21.8 8 5

66 58 TOMMY RICE W/PATRICIA BARRETT — Eternal Promise Of love (Tommy Rice Music) 166 +31 135 108 12.3 14 1 8

60 59 LANY — If This Is The Last Time (Polydor) 164 +18 146 142 27.8 6 18

82 60 GARRETT YOUNG — Who’s To Blame (West Coast Collective) 159 +52 107 0 13.7 12 3 3

67 61 JOHN JURNEY — Love Don’t Like You (Most Likely Music) 153 +19 134 103 12.2 13 8

61 62 CAROLINE KREUTZBERGER

— Till I’ll Fly (Fullmax Recordings) 147 +1 146 146 74.0 2 23

62 63 NATALIE NICOLE GILBERT — Not Dark Yet (Harbor Road Entertainment) 141 +1 140 140 47.5 3 21

63 64 FOR KING & COUNTRY W/TORI KELLY & KIRK FRANKLIN — Together (Word/Curb) 139 0 139 139 46.8 3 37

83 65 MEG BERRY — Colored Balloons (Archaeomuse) 138 +31 107 0 10.3 14 1 6

65 66 JOHN K — Happiness (Epic) 137 0 137 137 27.9 5 17

75 67 BIG JIM DAVIS — You Can Never Go Back To Where You Been (BJDM) 135 +20 115 0 11.7 12 8

81 68 MEDUZA W/DERMOT KENNEDY — Paradise (Island/UMG) 127 +19 108 124 42.8 3 1 11

— 69 CARDI B — Up (Atlantic) 125 NEW 0 0 25.5 5 2 3

70 70 MORGAN WALLEN — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 0 119 119 40.1 3 26

69 71 RYLAND JAMES — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 0 119 119 40.1 3 25

64 72 DAVID GUETTA & SIA — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 -20 138 138 39.8 3 13

— 73 BRYNN ELLIOTT — Tell Me I’m Pretty (Atlantic) 117 NEW 0 0 20.0 6 3 4

74 74 BAD BUNNY & JHAY CORTEZ — Dakiti (Rimas Entertainment) 116 0 116 116 39.1 3 12

73 75 TRAVIS SCOTT & HVME — Goosebumps (Cactus Jack/Epic) 116 0 116 116 39.1 3 205

72 76 TYRON HAPI & SUD & SAM BRUNO — Lonely Heart (Robbins Entertainment) 116 0 116 110 58.5 2 6

76 77 JACK HARLOW — Whats Poppin (Generation Now/Atlantic) 115 0 115 115 29.2 4 48

— 78 BLACK EYED PEAS X MALUMA — Feel The Beat (Epic) 114 NEW 0 0 57.5 2 34

77 79 LODATO & BRIGHT SPARKS — Good Thing (Spinnin’) 114 0 114 122 57.5 2 5

84 80 ZARA LARSSON W/YOUNG THUG — Talk About Love (Epic) 110 +4 106 106 22.5 5 7

80 81 PENDULUM — Nothing For Free (Earstorm) 108 0 108 118 54.5 2 7

79 82 HALIENE — Walk Through Walls (Black Hole) 108 0 108 112 54.5 2 13

85 83 LOUD LUXURY AND FRANK WALKER W/STEPHEN PUTH — Like Gold (Armada Music) 106 0 106 126 53.5 2 12

87 84 NOTD & CATELLO — Nobody (Universal Music AB) 104 0 104 116 52.5 2 15

86 85 MAHALO — Not Watching Anymore (TNT) 104 0 104 104 52.5 2 7

88 86 DUA LIPA W/MADONNA & MISSY ELLIOTT — Levitating (Warner Music) 101 0 101 111 51.0 2 26

92 87 BON JOVI — Do What You Can (Captain Kidd/Island/UMG) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 24

96 88 NATALIE NICOLE GILBERT — Wrapped Up In A Dream Called You (Harbor Road Entertainment) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 27

97 89 BIG MOUNTAIN — Touch My Light (Euro Tec Music Group) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 22

90 90 HAYWOOD GREGORY — I Ain’t Gonna Cry No More (Gregota Music) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 22

99 91 TAYLOR SWIFT — The 1 (Republic) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 26

98 92 HARRY STYLES — Falling (Columbia) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 43

95 93 LENA PAIGE — Joan Of Arkansas (LP Music) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 34

89 94 SHANNON WOODS BAND — In Case I Don’t Come Home (Hilliard Entertainment) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 30

94 95 SOUNDSTAIRS — The Place I Call My Home (RCBM) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 30

91 96 CARMEN TRAUB — Abrasive (Where Blue Birds Fly Studios) 99 0 99 99 99.5 1 90

100 97 TRITONAL, DYLAN MATTHEW, AU5 — Happy Where We Are (Enhanced Music) 98 0 98 100 49.5 2 3

— 98 JOE RUSSELL — Let’s All Come Together (Lighted Path Music) 97 NEW 0 0 97.5 1 21

— 99 JAX JONES W/AURA — I Miss U (Polydor) 96 NEW 0 128 48.5 2 15

— 100 ILLENIUM, DABIN & LIGHTS — Hearts Of Fire (12Tone Music) 94 NEW 0 102 47.5 2 5

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— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

— 1 Sam Smith — Diamonds (Capitol) 739 806 12

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

1 2 BTS — Dynamite (Columbia) 522 647 11

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

3 3 Ava Max — Kings & Queens (Atlantic) 512 503 10

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

5 4 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 452 451 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

4 5 Gabby Barrett w/Charlie Puth — I Hope (Warner Music Nashville) 396 488 8

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

2 6 Shawn Mendes — Wonder (Island) 393 563 7

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

6 7 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 326 327 6

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

8 8 Miley Cyrus w/Dua Lipa — Prisoner (RCA) 301 301 7

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

7 9 Black Eyed Peas w/Shakira — Girl Like Me (Epic) 298 326 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

9 10 Kane Brown w/Swae Lee & Khalid — Be Like That (RCA Nashville) 287 287 6

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

12 11 Drake w/Lil Durk — Laugh Now Cry Later (OVO/Republic) 237 237 4

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

11 12 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 235 238 8

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

14 13 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 224 190 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

10 14 Internet Money & Gunna & Don Toliver — Lemonade (Internet Money/TenThousand Projects) 216 238 5

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

13 15 Surf Mesa w/Emilee — Ily (Astralwerks/Capitol) 198 212 6

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

15 16 Taylor Swift — Cardigan (Republic) 185 187 5

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

22 17 Jason Derulo — Take You Dancing (Atlantic) 168 140 3

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

17 18 Lewis Capaldi — Before You Go (Vertigo/Capitol) 163 164 6

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

16 19 Harry Styles — Adore You (Erskine/Columbia) 157 167 5

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

19 20 Juice Wrld & Marshmello — Come & Go (Grade A Productions/Interscope) 155 155 4

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

18 21 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 155 159 5

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

21 22 nxtime w/Kayla Joe — Future Love (Camel) 141 141 2

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

25 23 Ashe w/Niall — Moral Of The Story (Mom & Pop Music) 125 125 3

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

26 24 JP Saxe w/Julia Michaels — If The World Was Ending (Arista/Sony) 125 125 2

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

23 25 David Guetta & Sia — Let’s Love (Parlophone) 118 138 3

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 1 Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande — Rain On Me (Interscope) 516 507 12

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 2 Harry Styles — Watermelon Sugar (Columbia) 506 506 13

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

— 3 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo — Savage Love (Columbia) 395 479 6

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

1 4 Maroon 5 — Nobody’s Love (222/Interscope) 304 332 11

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

— 5 Banners — Someone To You (Island) 286 293 9

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

4 6 Ariana Grande — Positions (Republic) 235 221 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

3 7 AJR — Bang! (S Curve/BMG) 231 243 7

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

5 8 Weeknd — Blinding Lights (Republic/UMG) 197 197 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

6 9 Miley Cyrus — Midnight Sky (RCA) 194 193 8

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

7 10 Post Malone — Circles (Republic/UMG) 180 184 9

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

9 11 Lukas Graham w/G Eazy — Share That Love (Warner Music) 169 168 5

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

10 12 John DeNicola — Hungry Eyes (Omad) 155 155 7

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

8 13 Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco — Lonely (Friends Keep Secrets/Def Jam/Interscope) 146 180 5

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

11 14 Calvin Harris & The Weeknd — Over Now (Columbia) 142 141 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

13 15 Gavin James — Boxes (Capitol) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

12 16 For King & Country w/Tori Kelly & Kirk Franklin — Together (Word/Curb) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

14 17 Marshmello & Demi Lovato — Ok Not To Be Ok (Joytime Collective) 139 139 3

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

— 18 John K — Happiness (Epic) 137 137 5

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

16 19 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 134 133 8

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

17 20 BlackPink & Selena Gomez — Ice Cream (YG Entertainment/Interscope) 134 133 2

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

18 21 Justin Bieber w/Quavo — Intentions (RBMG/Def Jam/UMG) 132 132 6

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

21 22 Head And The Heart — Honeybee (Reprise/WEA) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

23 23 Ryland James — Water (21 Entertainment) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

20 24 Zedd & Jasmine Thompson — Funny (Atlantic) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

22 25 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 119 119 3

LW TW TOP40/CHR RECURRENTS

AC/HOT AC RECURRENTS

COUNTRY RECURRENTS

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 1 Kenny Chesney — Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 421 515 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

— 2 Kelsea Ballerini — Hole In The Bottle (Black River Entertainment) 408 441 11

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

1 3 Lady A — Champagne Night (BMLG) 293 276 5

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

— 4 2Digh4 — Indefinitely (Ind) 245 256 9

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

2 5 Chris Lane — Big, Big Plans (Big Loud) 233 233 4

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

3 6 Parker McCollum — Pretty Heart (MCA Nashville) 188 188 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

6 7 Parmalee & Blanco Brown — Just The Way (Stoney Creek) 186 159 5

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

4 8 Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani — Happy Anywhere (Warner Music Nashville) 166 166 4

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

5 9 Tenille Arts — Somebody Like That (Reviver) 163 160 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 10 Runaway June — We Were Rich (Wheelhouse/BBR Music Group/BMG) 163 162 6

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

— 11 For King & Country, Hannah Ellis & Jackson Michelson — Together (Word/Curb) 158 123 11

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

11 12 Dustin Lynch — Momma’s House (Broken Bow/BMG) 128 110 5

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

10 13 Dan + Shay — I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner Music Nashville) 123 110 3

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

7 14 Lee Brice — One Of Them Girls (Curb) 118 118 2

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

8 15 Rebel Hearts — Good To Go (RHR) 101 118 6

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

14 16 Little Big Town — Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol Nashville) 100 98 3

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

12 17 Tom Shadow And The Blues Cowboys — Country Girls (Ind) 99 99 1

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

9 18 Morgan Wallen — 7 Summers (Big Loud) 96 112 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

16 19 Riley Green — If It Wasn’t For Trucks (BMLG) 88 83 5

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

15 20 Home Free — Take Me Home, Country Roads (Ind) 87 87 1

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

19 21 Gary Allan — Waste Of A Whiskey Drink (EMI Nashville) 86 78 3

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

17 22 Cody Jinks — Tell ‘Em What It’s Like (Late August) 83 83 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

18 23 Jimy Bishop — Take It To The Streets (Jimy Bishop Music) 80 80 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

20 24 Ginger Cowgirl — Nashville (Ind) 75 75 1

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4

21 25 Caylee Hammack — Just Friends (Capitol Nashville) 72 72 4


AAA

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL WK

Inside College Radio

by: Chris & Danny Burkholder

This is our Best Of 2013…so far issue. Throughout this

Top40/CHR Song of the Year:

“Bang!” AJR

“Before You Go” Lewis Capaldi

“Blinding Lights” Weeknd

“Diamonds” Sam Smith

“Dynamite” BTS

“I Should Probably Go To Bed” Dan + Shay

“Kings & Queens” Ava Max

“Mood” 24k Goldn w/Iann

Top40/CHR Male Artist of the Year:

AJR

Harry Styles

Justin Bieber

Lewis Capaldi

Shawn Mendes

The Weeknd

Top40/CHR Female Artist of the Year:

Ariana Grande

Ava Max

Doja Cat

Dua Lipa

Billie Eilish

Top40/CHR Group of the Year:

BTS

All Time Low

Banners

Grouplove

Jonas Brothers

Juice Wrld & Marshmello

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco

Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear

Top40/CHR New Artist of the Year:

Bad Bunny

Jesse Pepe

46 Machine Gun Kelly

Pop Smoke

Ritt Momney

Tate McRae

Top40/CHR New Group of the Year:

Final State

Black Pontiac

DaBaby w/Roddy Ricch

Surf Mesa w/Emilee

Zedd & Jasmine Thompson

Top40/CHR Breakthrough Artist of the Year:

Christos

December Rose

Eileen Carey

Garrett Young

Jesse Pepe

Susan Toney

Toni Land

Top40/CHR Radio Station of the Year:

KPLT

KQID

KSPI

WEDB

WKNY

WMQT

Top40/CHR Program Director of the Year:

BJ Attarian

Jason Kranz

Jim Koski

Bobby Dee

Dustin Williams

Top40/CHR Music Director of the Year:

Art Durivage

Joshua Godwin

Mack Kareem

Warren Lawrence

Top40/CHR Promotion/Marketing of the Year:

ADD Promotions

All Access

KLM

Protocol Entertainment

Team Clermont Promotions

Top40/CHR Record Label of the Year:

Capitol

Columbia

Epic/Sony

Interscope

RCA/RLG

Universal

AC Song of the Year:

“Adore You” Harry Styles

“Blinding Lights” The Weeknd

“Circles” Post Malone

“Do You Hear My Cries” Garrett Young

“Hungry Eyes” John DeNicola

“Keep Your Love To Yourself” Eileen Carey

“I Should Probably Go To Bed” Dan + Shay

“Someone You Loved” Lewis Capaldi

“Stupid Love” Lady Gaga

AC Male Artist of the Year:

Garrett Young

Justin Bieber

Lewis Capaldi

Post Malone

Sam Smith

Shawn Mendes

AC Female Artist of the Year:

Ava Max

Ariana Grande

Dua Lipa

Eileen Carey

Julia Michaels


Izzy Mahoubi

Lady Gaga

Maren Morris

Toni Land

AC Group of the Year:

24kGoldn w/Iann Dior

Dan + Shay

Gabby Barrett & Charlie Puth

Head And The Heart

Jonas Brothers

Juice Wrld & Marshmello

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco

Kygo w/OneRepublic

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande

Maroon 5

Surf Mesa w/Emilee

AC New Artist of the Year:

Amy Shark

Christos

Conan Gray

Gavin James

Jamie Alimorad

Jeff Lionheart

Jesse Pepe

Joe Taylor

John Michael Ferrari

Kaz Bielinski

Rebecca Angel

Susan Toney

AC New Group of the Year:

Banners

Black Pontiac

Final State

Michael Burrows w/Lior & Simon Starr

Primadonna Reeds

ReLoVe

Soundstairs

Surf Mesa w/Emilee

Why Don’t We

AC Breakthrough Artist of the Year:

Blackbear

Black Pontiac

December Rose

Eileen Carey

Garrett Young

Gramma Rikki

Jamie Alimorad

Joe Taylor

John Denicola

John Michael Ferrari

Rhett May

Toni Land

AC Radio Station of the Year of the Year:

KLMJ

KMFY

WDNH

WKVI

WOCO

WVIN

WWRR

WYMR

AC Program Director of the Year:

Kathy Lynn

Larry Kaszynski

Nikki Thunder

Ryley Seymour

Russ Davidson

AC Music Director of the Year:

Mike Betten

Nikki Thunder

Sam Miller

Tony Ross

AC Record Label of the Year:

Capitol

Columbia

Warner Music

RCA

Republic

Universal

Country Song of the Year:

“Ain’t No Secret” Poppyiris

“Champagne Night” Lady A

“Everywhere But On” Matt Stell

“Getting Good “ Lauren Alaina

“God Whispered Your Name” Keith Urban

“Got What I Got” Jason Aldean

“Happy Anywhere” Blake Shelton w/Gwen Stefani

“I Called Mama” Tim McGraw

“One Of Them Girls” Lee Brice

“Come And Getcha Some” Charlie Kulis Band

“Hole In The Bottle” Kelsea Ballerini

Country Male Artist of the Year:

Chris Lane

Blake Shelton

Jason Aldean

Kane Brown

Eric Church

Lee Brice

Luke Combs

Thomas Rhett

Country Female Artist of the Year:

Gabby Barrett

Carly Pearce

Carrie Underwood

Danielle Bradbery

Eileen Carey

Maren Morris

Miranda Lambert

Country Group of the Year:

Brothers Osborne

Florida Georgia Line

Dan + Shay

Lady A

LoCash

Old Dominion

Parmalee & Blanco Brown

Poppyiris

Rascal Flatts

Runaway June

Country New Artist of the Year:

Dylan Scott

Gabby Barrett

Jennifer Belle

Jessie Tylre Williams

Parker McCollum

Robert Eskridge

Tenille Arts

Country New Group of the Year:

Group includes bands, duos and in some

Charlie Kulis Band

Niko Moon

Poppyiris

Runaway June

Whiskey Crossing

Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year:

Eileen Carey

Rob Georg

Jennifer Belle

Niko Moon

Billy F. Otis

Garrett Young

Country Radio Station of the Year of the Year:

KDOL

KGFY

KIKD

WFLE

WIFE

WISK

WKUL

WMEV

WYTI

Country Program Director of the Year:

Jim Wolfe

Jay McRae

Eddie Plummer

Thurston Clary

Ron Mosley, Jr.

Lynn Rutledge

Country Music Director of the Year:

Cliff Beach

Angele Yohn

Mike Betten

Country Promotion of the Year:

Alan Young Promotions

Grassroots Promotion

James Williams Promotions

Jerry Duncan Promotions

Spins Doctors Music Group

Tom McBee and Associates

Country Label of the Year:

Big Machin

BMG

Capitol Nashville

Curb

EMI

MCA Nashville

RCA

Republic Nashville

Warner Music Nashville

Crossover Artist/Band of the Year:

Big Jim Davis w/Donna King

Billy F. Otis

Eileen Carey

Garrett Young

Gramma Rikki

Jesse Pepe

John Michael Ferrari

Nxtime w/Kayla Joe

Primadonna Reeds

Tommy Rice

Publicity/PR of the Year:

2911 Media

Aristo PR

Adkins Publicity

C2 Media Relations

Elicity PR

Kore PR

Music City Media

So Much Moore Media

Sweet Talk PR

Rogers & Cowans

Internet/Syndicated Radio of the Year:

Absolute Radio Network

Country Bear

Hot Country 102

Sound Machine

W&C

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