Beyonce’s “Sorry” Ranks As Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added Song, Calvin & Rihanna Follow

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Beyonce’s “Sorry,” which ranks as urban radio’s third-most added song this week, claims the top spot on the rhythmic radio add board.

The “Lemonade” single was added by an impressive, format-leading 40 Mediabase-monitored stations in conjunction with this week’s official impact.

The count gives “Sorry” the edge over Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Came For (featuring Rihanna).” Harris’ tune, which is also being promoted by Columbia and also impacted this week, received adds from 27 rhythmic stations.

Each added by 22 stations, Kent Jones’ “Don’t Mind” and Fetty Wap’s “Wake Up” tie for third place. Rihanna’s “Needed Me” takes fifth with 12 adds.

This week’s other notable rhythmic radio options: Post Malone’s “Go Flex” (8 adds, 6th), Bebe Rexha’s “No Broken Hearts (featuring Nicki Minaj)” (7 adds, 7th, tie), G-Eazy’s “Drifting (featuring Chris Brown & Tory Lanez)” (7 adds, 7th, tie), Beyonce’s “Hold Up” (6 adds, 9th, tie), and Fat Joe & Remy Ma’s “All The Way Up (featuring French Montana & Infrared)” (6 adds, 9th, tie).

Written by Brian Cantor

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