Meghan Trainor's passion for "Bass" is evidently shared by pop radio programmers. Her "All About That Bass" is already one of the format's Top 30 songs.
It was just over a week ago that Meghan Trainor’s breakthrough effort “All About That Bass” reached the Top 40 on Mediabase’s pop radio airplay chart.
It has already established itself as one of the Top 30 pop songs.
According to Mediabase, the song was the format’s 28th-most-played song for the seven days ending July 28. “All About That Bass” garnered 1,840 spins and 9.18 million impressions during that period.
The song’s week-over-week spin gain of 811 represents the format’s tenth-largest.
Quickly establishing itself as a bona fide hit, “All About That Bass” is due to jump considerably from its #54 position on the Billboard Hot 100. Its video, which recently crossed the 5 million mark, continues to contribute swimmingly to its streaming score, while its surge to #3 on the iTunes Sales chart demonstrates immense digital sales interest.
Not simply a pop offering, “All About That Bass” meanwhile jumps to #47 on Mediabase’s Hot Adult Contemporary airplay listing.
Other movers on the latest rolling pop airplay chart:
— 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Amnesia” jumps four places to a new high of #31.
— Tinashe’s crossover effort “2 On (featuring Schoolboy Q)” enjoys a two-position gain to #33 on the pop airplay chart. It continues to reign as #1 at rhythmic radio and holds the #5 spot on the urban airplay chart.
— Fifth Harmony’s “Bo$$” hits a new high of #41 at pop radio.
— Usher’s “She Came to Give it To You (featuring Nicki Minaj)” is quickly picking up steam. It is up to #46 is on pace to quickly leapfrog The 1975’s “Girls” for #45.