OMI’s “Hula Hoop,” Halsey’s “New Americana” Reach Pop Radio’s Top 60


One is the follow-up to the “Song of the Summer.” One is eyed as a radio breakthrough for one of the music industry’s most buzzworthy young artists.

Both now hold Top 60 rankings as pop radio.

Spun 331 times during the September 6-12 tracking week, OMI’s “Hula Hoop” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #55 song.

The song, which is the follow-up to OMI’s smash hit “Cheerleader,” held the #63 ranking last week.

Halsey’s “New Americana,” meanwhile, rises thirteen places to #60. It received 229 spins (+105) during the official tracking week.

As previously reported, Drake’s “Hotline Bling” (#51) and Selena Gomez’ “Same Old Love” (#56) also make inaugural Top 60 appearances this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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