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Mark Ronson’s “Feel Right” Ranks as Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added

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As the follow-up to “Uptown Funk,” Mark Ronson’s “Feel Right (featuring Mystikal)” has enormous–and perhaps impossible–shoes to fill.

As it begins its effort to do so, it can at least celebrate a solid early reaction from rhythmic radio programmers. “Feel Right” was this week’s most added song at the format.

According to Mediabase, the second “Uptown Special” single was added by 15 monitored rhythmic stations. That thrust it to the top of the weekly add board.

Samantha J’s “League of My Own” follows closely with 14 adds, while Big Sean’s “One Man Can Change the World” (11 adds, 3rd-most added, tie), T-Wayne’s “Nasty Freestyle” (11 adds, 3rd-most added, tie) and Silento’s “Watch Me” (9 adds, 5th-most added) also won respectable levels of support.

Other notable rhythmic options: Casey Veggies’ “Tied Up (featuring DeJ Loaf)” (8 adds, 6th-most added), Maroon 5’s “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie), OMI’s “Cheerleader” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie), Prince Royce’s “Back It Up” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie) and Sage The Gemini’s “Good Thing (featuring Nick Jonas)” (7 adds, 7th-most added, tie).

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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