John Newman’s “Come and Get It” Impacts US Pop Radio on August 25

John Newman’s Top 5 UK hit “Come and Get It” is headed to US pop radio.

According to Republic Records, the single is scheduled to impact the pop format on August 25.

Newman’s previous presence at US pop radio came as part of Calvin Harris’ “Blame.” That song, which tied “Summer” as the most successful pop single from Harris’ “Motion,” peaked at #3 on the Mediabase airplay chart.

As a lead artist, Newman went as high as #13 with breakthrough single “Love Me Again.”

“Come and Get It” is cut from the UK artist’s forthcoming “Revolve.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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