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I.B. BAD TUNES IN
New label bosses, Grammys, must-see TV, more. (1/19a)
NIPPER TAPS CO-PRESIDENTS
...or Riccenstein (1/19a)
MARKETSHARE
IN THE U.K., 2017 
They're pounding it across the pond. (1/19a)
HITS LIST & VINE
Not so lonely at the top (1/19a)
THE GRAMMY WHISPERER PICKS MORE  KEY WINNERS
Grein does some genre-jumping. (1/19a)
GRAMMY WHAMMY
Who's performing, for reals.
PLUGGING INTO POWER
Which major pop figure is pondering a move into politics?
BUILDING A BETTER PIZZA
Let's talk crust.
I'M A STABLE GENIUS
Pass the Big Macs.
POP MART
POP GO THE WEASELS
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

The Top 10 has settled in, with the biggest movers being Dua Lipa's "New Rules" (Warner Bros.) which bounces up to #3, Charlie Puth's "How Long" (Atlantic) ascending to #7, and new to the Top 10, NF's "Let You Down" (NF Real Music/Caroline). Justin Timberlake's "Filthy" (RCA) moves up inside the Top 15, while Bebe Rexha's "Meant To Be" /F.G.L. (Warner Bros.) joins the Top 20.  Charting this week will be Fall Out Boy's "Hold Me Tight Or Don't" (Island/DCD2/Republic), G-Eazy's "No Limit" f/A$AP Rocky & Cardi B (RCA) and Liam Payne & Rita Ora's "For You" (Republic).  

 


 
 
THREE'S COMPANY


Capitol
's Allison Smith (left) and KDWB's Rich Davis (center) proved to be world-class sports at KDWB's holiday show last month. The pair politely agreed to pose for this photo with the label's Joe Rainey, even after he insisted on "dazzling" them with his rendition of Halsey's "Bad at Love." They're still trying to forget the dance routine.


 
 
TWO POLEMANS, NO WAITING


"Bebe [Rexha] just showed me how to use the Insterchatbook!," beamed iHeartMedia Chief Programming Officer Tom Poleman on FaceTime with iHeart CEO Bob Pittman, whose private jet was somewhere over the Caribbean at the time.

Later, Poleman, who was in Vegas for CES, was spotted rolling deep at Drai's. There, he was joined by (L-R) iHeart's Tim CastelliMarshmello, President of Entertainment Enterprises John Sykes, the producer's manager, Moe Shalizi, and iHeart's Marissa Morris. Lucky for them, Marshmello's helmet actually doubles as a bowl and perfectly cradled the group's jungle juice. L'chaim! 


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

Well after last week's big first week of adds to welcome 2018, today's add board was slow to develop, and there was a lot of "freezing" going on. Republic put 28 more on Liam Payne & Rita Ora's "For You," while Capitol pulled in 24 adds on Troye Sivan's "MY MY MY!" prior to impact.  Atlantic scored 29 more adds on Bruno Mars & Cardi B's "Finesse" remix. Epic added 23 more stations to Camila Cabello's "Never Be The Same" (Syco). 14 new stations came in on Alice Merton's "No Roots" (Mom & Pop/RED). Jack & Jack's "Beg" (Island) impacts with 13 adds. RCA closes out the Top 10 with 12 adds on Alan Walker's "All Falls Down" f/Noah Cyrus and 10 adds on Kesha's "Woman" f/Dap-Kings (Kemosabe). 

 


 
 
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