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Meek Mill, Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj’s “All Eyes on You” Claims Most Added at Rhythmic

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Three songs officially impacted the rhythmic radio format this week. All three earned solid support from the format’s programmers.

Meek Mill’s “All Eyes on You (featuring Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj)” garnered the most support.

Picked up by nineteen Mediabase-monitored stations, “All Eyes on You” ranks as rhythmic radio’s most added song this week. The substantial support will help “Eyes,” which is already one of the format’s Top 40 songs, continue climbing the airplay chart.

Game’s new “100 (featuring Drake)” also received notable impact week love. The song, which ranks as second-most added, was added by 16 monitored stations.

Added by 15 stations, K Camp’s new “Comfortable” earns the third-most added label.

Add counts of 14 and 10 establish Trey Songz’ “About You” and Demi Lovato’s “Cool for the Summer” as fourth- and fifth-most added, respectively.

Other notable rhythmic options: Major Lazer’s “Lean On” (8 adds, 6th-most added), Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth’s “Nothing But Trouble” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie), The Weeknd’s “The Hills” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie), Natalie La Rose’s “Around the World” (6 adds, 9th-most added, tie), Selena Gomez’ “Good for You” (6 adds, 9th-most added, tie).

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