Fifth Harmony's "Bo$$" was one of pop radio's Top 40 songs during the trailing seven days.

While it did not get there in time for Mediabase’s official, published report, Fifth Harmony’s “Bo$$” did reach the Top 40 in time for Monday’s rolling airplay chart.

Per that update, “Bo$$” was pop radio’s 40th-most-played for the seven days ending August 3.

With 1,017 spins during that period, “Bo$$” had enough airplay to knock Steve Aoki, Chris Lake and Tujamo’s “Delirious (Boneless featuring Kid Ink)” out of the #40 position. “Delirious” received 1,014 spins in the measured window.

That song, nonetheless, reached a larger audience. While “Bo$$” only garnered 3.53 million audience impressions between July 28 and August 3, “Delirious” notched an impressive 6.79 million.

Other updates on the latest edition of Mediabase’s rolling pop radio airplay chart:

– Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” replaces Maroon 5′s “Maps” in the #6 position. “Maps” slides to #7.

– Tinashe’s “2 On (featuring ScHoolboy Q)” reaches the Top 30 at #29.

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