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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40 the two big releases impacting this week are Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber’s "Monster" (Island/Def Jam-Republic), which pulled in 135 adds to achieve #1 Most Added status, and Miley Cyrus’ "Prisoner" f/Dua Lipa (Warner-RCA), scoring 74 adds for #2 Most Added. Republic has another four songs in the Top 10 Most Added, with The Weeknd’s "Save Your Tears" (XO) posting 42 adds, Pop Smoke’s "What You Know Bout Love" (Victor Victor) grabbing 13 adds and Ariana Grande’s "34+35" and Conan Gray's "Heather" acquiring eight adds each. Columbia sees three tracks in the Top 10, Lil Nas X’s "Holiday," with 18 adds, Ritt Momney’s "Put Your Records On" (Disruptor), with 17 adds, and The Kid LAROI’s "So Done," with 14 adds. Capitol closes out the Top 10 with an octet of adds on Internet Money’s "Lemonade" f/Gunna, Toliver & Nav (10k Projects).   

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, XO/Repubic’s The Weeknd scores 32 adds for “Save Your Tears,” easily outpacing the next-closest competitor. RCA’s H.E.R. cleans up 11 holdouts on “Damage,” while Republic’s Pop Smoke remains red-hot, with “What You Know Bout Love” nabbing 10 more stations thanks to Top 40 success. Columbia sees The Kid LAROI pick up eight adds on “So Done” and Lil Nas X’s “Holiday” grab four.

And at Modern Rock, Warner’s ONR has this week’s Most Added record, with “Must Stop” f/Sarah Barthel. Other winners include Interscope’s Billie Eilish, with “Therefore I Am” (Darkroom), Epic’s Bakar, with “1st Time,” Mick Music’s Backseat Lovers, with “Kilby’s Girl,” and Arista’s KennyHoopla, with “ESTELLA//” f/Travis Barker.

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