Fifth Harmony, Ellie Goulding, TK-N-CA$H, Snoop Dogg Reach Rhythmic’s Top 40

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iHeartRadio’s new “On the Verge” pick is no longer on the verge of charting at rhythmic radio. It is officially a member of the format’s Top 40.

Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink),” that song, rises to #34 on this week’s edition of the official Mediabase rhythmic airplay chart. Cut from the group’s debut album “Reflection,” the song enjoys the nine-place rise thanks to its 716 tracking week spins.

Also active at pop radio, “Worth It” climbs to #33 on that format’s airplay chart.

As far as rhythmic goes, three other songs reach the Top 40 on this week’s edition of the Mediabase airplay chart:

— Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do” grabs the #37 position (+7).

— TK-N-CA$H’s “Mind Right” reaches #39 (+3).

— Snoop Dogg’s “Peaches & Cream” surges to #40 (+13).

Written by Brian Cantor

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