Conrad Sewell’s “Hold Me Up” Enters Pop’s Top 25; DNCE, 5SOS Reach Top 30

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Conrad Sewell’s “Hold Me Up,” which is the current iHeartRadio “On The Verge” song at pop radio, this week reaches the format’s Top 25.

Spun ~2,882 times during the official October 18-24 tracking week (+231), Sewell’s single rises one place to a new peak of #25 on the Mediabase pop airplay chart.

“Hold Me Up” is the only addition to this week’s Top 25. Two songs do, however, make inaugural Top 30 appearances.

Up five places, DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean” takes #28 on this week’s chart. It received ~1,974 tracking week spins (+344).

5 Seconds of Summer’s “Hey Everybody!” also makes its first Top 30 appearance. Spun ~1,936 times this week (+549), it jumps six places to #29.

Written by Brian Cantor

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