Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” Officially Reaches Pop Radio’s Top 40

Lukas Graham [Chapman Baehler for WBR]

Lukas Graham’s international hit “7 Years” is officially charting inside the Top 40 at US pop radio.

Spun 1,428 times during the January 31-February 6 tracking week (+310), “7 Years” rises three places to #38 on this week’s pop chart.

The pop rise comes in conjunction with an ascent to #21 at the hot adult contemporary format. It is also up to #23 at Triple A and #36 at alternative.

As for pop, “7 Years” is one of two additions to the weekly Top 40. ZAYN’s “PILLOWTALK,” the other, jumps seventeen places to #27.

Written by Brian Cantor

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