Even when the night changes, it will not change the leadership hierarchy on the pop radio add board.
For the second consecutive week, One Direction’s “Night Changes” ranks as the format’s most-added track. According to Mediabase, the song won support from 28 monitored stations.
The track, which is already #29 on the rolling airplay chart, landed atop last week’s add board with 38 pickups. Its prior week add count of 54 was good for a second-most-added distinction.
Close behind the 1D song this week is Pitbull’s “Time of Our Lives.” The track, which features Ne-Yo, scores adds from 25 monitored stations.
Hoodie Allen’s “All About It (featuring Ed Sheeran)” ranks as third-most-added with 19 pickups, while 5 Seconds of Summer’s “What I Like About You” cover lands at sixteen stations.
On the receiving end of 15 pop adds, OneRepublic’s #32 “I Lived” is the week’s fifth-most-added song.
Ariana Grande’s “Santa Tell Me” and Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” tie for sixth-most-added with 14 pickups. The pair beats out Ella Henderson’s “Ghost” (8th-most-added, 13 adds). Fifth Harmony’s “Sledgehammer” (9th-most-added, 12 adds), Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk (featuring Bruno Mars)” (9th-most-added, 12 adds) and Prince Royce’s “Stuck on a Feeling (featuring Snoop Dogg)” also score this week.