Off to an explosive start, Tori Kelly’s new single “Nobody Love” is already one of the pop radio format’s forty most played songs.
According to Mediabase, “Nobody Love” commanded an impressive 1,119 spins during the period between February 7 and 13. That spin count earns it the #36 position on Saturday’s edition of the rolling Mediabase pop airplay chart.
Adding spins at a blistering pace, “Nobody Love” will have no problem holding its position through Sunday. By doing so, it will secure a Top 40 position on Mediabase’s official pop radio airplay chart and thus officially establish Kelly’s position on the format’s radar.
While the song’s inclusion in the iHeartRadio “On the Verge” program, which provides guaranteed airplay from iHeartMedia stations, is undoubtedly playing a role in the song’s early rise, it is worth noting that ain’t nobody love the Tori Kelly song like the CBS-owned 99-7 NOW.
The San Francisco-based station has thus far spun “Nobody Love” more than any other station monitored by Mediabase.
— Currently pop’s 33rd-most-played song, Ariana Grande’s new “One Last Time” is also a lock to claim an official Top 40 position this week.