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    “Black Panther” Quickly Reaches $400 Million At US Box Office

    Making good on the very lofty forecasts, “Black Panther” will earn an estimated $108 million in its second weekend at the US weekend box office.

    Enough for a dominant weekend victory, the figure also brings the film’s cumulative gross past $400 million.

    Assuming the estimate holds up, the film’s running total will be at $400.0 million by the end of Sunday.

    In reaching the $400 million mark on its tenth day in the market, “Black Panther” ties “Jurassic World” as the second-fastest film to reach the milestone. Only “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ($8 days), got there faster.

    As for this weekend, new release “Game Night” debuts at #2. The comedy earned $16.6 million.

    “Peter Rabbit” falls one place to #3 with $12.5 million (cume now $71.3 million), while new release “Annihilation” bows at #4 with $11.0 million.

    Down two places, “Fifty Shades Freed” earns #5 with $6.9 million (cume now $89.6 million).

    — “Every Day,” the only other somewhat major new release, debuts at #9 with an estimated $3.1 million from just under 1700 screens.

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    Papa Roach’s “Born For Greatness” Enjoys 3rd Week As Active Rock Radio’s #1 Song

    Papa Roach’s “Born For Greatness” continues to rule active rock radio.

    Played ~1,932 times during the February 18-24 tracking period (+77), the single enjoys a third week at #1 on Mediabase’s active rock airplay chart.

    Its closest competition comes from Pop Evil’s “Waking Lions.” The song, which was #3 last week, earns the runner-up spot on the strength of its ~1,792 spins (+74).

    Down one place, Greta Van Fleet’s “Safari Song” takes #3 with ~1,774 spins (-11).

    Up one place, Metallica’s “Spit Out The Bone” grabs #4 with ~1,390 spins (+15).

    Breaking Benjamin’s “Red Cold River” meanwhile soars three places to #5. The song received ~1,359 spins (+123).

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    Alice Merton’s “No Roots” Remains #1 At Alternative Radio

    Last week, Alice Merton’s “No Roots” reached #1 on the Mediabase alternative airplay chart.

    This week, it remains in the pinnacle position.

    “No Roots” received ~3,113 spins during the February 18-24 tracking period. The count trails last week’s mark by 99 but is still enough to earn “No Roots” a second week at #1.

    Up one place, AJR’s “Sober Up (featuring Rivers Cuomo)” improves to #2. It received ~2,985 tracking period plays (+59).

    Imagine Dragons’ “Whatever It Takes” rises three spots to #3 with ~2,928 spins (+359), while Walk The Moon’s “One Foot” drops two spots to #4 with ~2,927 (-154).

    Credited with ~2,911 spins (+176), Portugal. The Man’s “Live In The Moment” dips one place to #5.

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    Camila Cabello’s “Havana” Claims #1 At Hot Adult Contemporary Radio

    Making good on Headline Planet’s projection, Camila Cabello’s “Havana (featuring Young Thug)” rises to #1 on this week’s Mediabase hot adult contemporary chart.

    The song, which was #2 last week, seizes the throne from Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect.” Sheeran’s ballad dips to #2 after spending six weeks at #1.

    “Havana” received ~6,777 spins during the February 18-24 tracking period. The count bests last week’s mark by 149 plays.

    “Perfect” garnered ~6,685 spins (-87) within that window.

    “Havana,” which had already enjoyed multi-week reigns at pop and rhythmic radio, becomes Cabello’s first career Hot AC #1.

    Played ~5,777 times during the tracking period (-310), Imagine Dragons’ “Thunder” holds at #3.

    Halsey’s “Bad At Love” stays at #4 with ~5,715 (-134), while a spin count of ~5,403 (+335) keeps Charlie Puth’s “How Long” in the #5 position.

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    Drake’s “God’s Plan” Reaches #1 At Rhythmic Radio, Stays #1 At Urban Radio

    Drake’s “God’s Plan” rises to #1 on this week’s edition of the Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

    It meanwhile retains its throne at urban radio.

    — “God’s Plan” received a format-leading ~6,699 rhythmic spins during the February 18-24 tracking period. This week’s count tops last week’s mark by 1,093 plays.

    Bruno Mars & Cardi B’s “Finesse,” which spent the past two weeks at #1, slips to #2 this week. It received ~6,426 tracking period plays (+286).

    G-Eazy & Halsey’s “Him & I” rises one place to #3 with ~5,226 spins (+327), while a play count of ~4,022 (-896) brings N.E.R.D & Rihanna’s “Lemon” down one place to #4.

    Played ~3,922 times during the tracking week (-284), Kendrick Lamar’s “LOVE. (featuring Zacari)” holds at #5 on the rhythmic chart.

    — “God’s Plan” spends a second week atop the urban chart thanks to its ~5,792 plays (+1,005).

    Miguel’s “Sky Walker (featuring Travi$ Scott)” stays at #2 with ~4,334 (-301).

    A play count of ~4,251 (+359) lifts Cardi B’s “Bartier Cardi (featuring 21 Savage)” up two places to #3, while Kendrick Lamar’s “LOVE. (featuring Zacari)” dips one place to #4 with ~4,061 (-121).

    Credited with ~3,917 spins (+290), Blac Youngsta’s “Booty” climbs two spots to #5.

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    Katherine Langford Scheduled For March 8 “Live With Kelly & Ryan”

    “Love, Simon” opens in theaters on March 16.

    Eight days prior to the launch, cast member Katherine Langford will appear on a daytime talk show.

    Langford, who is also known for her starring role on “13 Reasons Why,” will visit “Live With Kelly & Ryan” on March 8.

    Reese Witherspoon is also set for that day’s episode.

    Other upcoming “Live” guests include Laverne Cox (February 26), Freddie Highmore (February 26), Kiefer Sutherland (February 27), Christine Baranski (February 27), High Valley (February 27), Dennis Quaid (February 28), Maia and Alex Shibutani (February 28), Connie Britton (March 1), Ellen Burstyn (March 2), Carson Kressley (March 2), Maria Menounos (March 5), Jimmy Kimmel (March 5), MAX & gnash (March 5), Luke Bryan (March 6), Arie Luyendyk Jr. (March 7), Lucy Hale (March 7), Mindy Kaling (March 9) and Josh Henderson (March 9).

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    Meghan Trainor Set To Appear On March 2 Edition Of “Daily Pop”

    As broken by Headline Planet, Meghan Trainor will be taking the stage on the March 2 edition of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

    She will be performing her new single “No Excuses.”

    That will not be her only TV appearance on March 2.

    Trainor is also set to appear for an interview/feature on the March 2 edition of E!’s “Daily Pop.” Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart will be guest hosting the episode.

    Complete “Daily Pop” listings follow:

    Monday, February 26 – NeNe Leakes (“The Real Housewives of Atlanta”) with guest co-hosts Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart

    Tuesday, February 27 – Eva Marcille (“The Real Housewives of Atlanta”) with guest co-hosts Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart

    Wednesday, February 28 – Author and Spiritual Life Coach Iyanla Vanzant (“Iyanla: Fix My Life”), plus Academy Awards jewelry preview with Neil Lane with guest co-hosts Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart

    Thursday, March 1 – Dorit Kemsley (“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”) with guest co-hosts Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart

    Friday, March 2 –Grammy Award Winning Artist Meghan Trainor with guest co-hosts Erin Lim, Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart

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    6ix9ine’s “DAY69” Claims #1 On US iTunes Sales Chart

    6ix9ine’s debut studio album “DAY69” launched on the US iTunes store late Thursday night.

    The album, which is priced at $4.99, quickly shot to #1 on the all-genre sales chart.

    It holds that position as of press time at 2AM ET Friday.

    Vance Joy’s new “Nation Of Two” follows at #2, while the enduring “The Greatest Showman” occupies the #3 position.

    “Black Panther: The Album” (#4) and Nipsey Hussle’s “Victory Lap” (#5) complete the Top 5.

    Brandi Carlile’s “By The Way, I Love You” (#6), Agust D’s “Agust D” (#7) Passion’s new “Whole Heart (Live)” (#8), Dessa’s new “Chime” (#9) and the “Zombies” soundtrack (#10) form the balance of the Top 10.

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    Chloe Kim Added To February 27 “Late Late Show With James Corden”

    Earlier this week, Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim appeared on an installment of NBC’s “The Fallon Five.”

    Next week, the gold medalist will make another late-night television appearance.

    Kim has been added to the February 27 “Late Late Show With James Corden.” She joins a lineup that also includes Gordon Ramsay and musical guest Vance Joy.

    Other upcoming “Late Late Show” guests include Gary Oldman (February 22), Greta Gerwig (February 22), Bruno Major (February 22), Johnny Galecki (February 26), Steve Harvey (February 26), Nate Fernald (February 26), Elton John (February 28), Sharon Stone (February 28), Cami Morrone (March 1) and Robert Plant (March 1).

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    First Look: Echosmith’s Audience Network Concert Special Airs On February 23

    The latest edition of the AT&T Audience Network Concert Series airs Friday, February 23.

    The one-hour special focuses on Echosmith.

    Best known for its hits “Cool Kids” and “Bright,” the sibling trio performs throughout the special.

    Members Sydney, Noah and Graham Sierota also join host Ted Stryker for behind-the-scenes interviews.

    “We’ve really enjoyed being part of the AUDIENCE Network Music show,” says Echosmith. “We’re thrilled to let fans discover a side of us they haven’t seen before.”

    Filmed at AT&T Audience Network’s studio in Los Angeles, the special airs at 9PM ET Friday. Ahead of the broadcast, Audience Network shared teaser videos and photos (via Prime PR).

    Echosmith (via AT&T Audience Network)
    Echosmith (via AT&T Audience Network)
    Echosmith (via AT&T Audience Network)
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