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THE DUGAN SAGA:
THE LATEST
Did wanting changes in voting lead to her dismissal? (1/21a)
BEYONCÉ AND PLATT REUNITE AT SONY/ATV
She brings a lifetime of songs with her. (1/21a)
PARTY CENTRAL: YOUR GUIDE TO GRAMMY-WEEK GATHERINGS
Is that another open bar? (1/22a)
NEW RELEASES: EM, HALSEY, MAC
START STRONG
Better box your trifecta bet. (1/21a)
A LETTER FROM HARVEY
The Dugan Affair, per Mr. Mason. (1/21a)
OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
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CROSSOVER
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

Def Jam starts the year with a bang, as Justin Bieber’s “Yummy” gets an impressive 58 adds on impact. Columbia sees 24 stations come in this week on Tyga’s “Ayy Macarena,” while Epic gets 19 commitments with Flipp Dinero f/Lil Baby’s “How I Move.” Label mate Camila Cabello f/DaBaby’s “My Oh My” is right behind with 18 adds. Russ & Bia’s “Best On Earth” (Russ My Way/Columbia) closes out another 11 stations.


 
 
MEDIABASE YEAR-END CHARTS

Here are the Mediabase year-end charts for Urban and Urban AC.

 


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

There were no records officially impacting this week, so it was a  clean up week for some of the newer records. Interscope’s Tory Lanez “Jerry Sprunger” gets 18 more adds, followed by a Warner’s Partynextdoor “Loyal” f/Drake with 16 new commitments. Interscope also sees 8 new adds in DaBaby's “Bop.” RCA’s Khalid “Up All Night” and Republic’s The Weeknd “Heartless” also close out 8 more believers.


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

Epic’s Travis Scott “Highest In The Room” will be this year's official last #1 record, as he leapfrogs Republic’s Post Malone “Enemies.” Interscope’s Mustard “Ballin” and QC/Capitol’s Layton Greene “Leave Em Alone” are both inside the top 5 and will be fighting for #1 in the new year. Columbia’s Arizona Zervas “Roxanne” and Republic’s The Weeknd “Heartless” will be the week's greatest gainers. Look for QC/Motown’s Lil Baby “Whoa,”  RCA’s Khalid “Up All Night,” Epic’s Black Eyed Peas “Ritmo” and Interscope’s Tory Lanez “Jerry Sprunger” to all debut this week.


 
 
Crossover Index