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Ariana Grande’s “Into You,” Little Mix’s “Hair” Issued To US Radio on HitDisc Compilation

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Ariana Grande’s “Into You,” which was released last week as a “Dangerous Woman” instant gratification track, is one of several pop-oriented songs featured on this week’s mainstream/”A” HitDisc compilation.

Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” Little Mix’s “Hair (featuring Sean Paul),” Bahari’s “Dancing On The Sun,” and Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too” are also on the track list.

“Can’t Stop The Feeling” and “Dancing On The Sun” appear in conjunction with their official impact weeks; the former has already been added by the entire pop panel (186 stations). “Me Too” impacts next week, while “Hair” was recently made available through the AllAccess delivery service (but does not have a confirmed impact date). Republic has not yet detailed its radio strategy for “Into You.”

“TM Studios programmers, working directly with the record labels and utilizing Mediabase research, select the new releases most likely to be added by programmers,” says TM Studios of its HitDisc compilation, which is made available to radio professionals each week.

The “A” compilation is geared toward adult contemporary, hot adult contemporary, pop, rhythmic, and urban radio. In addition to the aforementioned pop songs, this week’s disc features NEEDTOBREATHE’s “Happiness,” American Authors’ “What We Live For,” DJ Drama’s “Wishing (featuring Chris Brown, Skeme & LyQuin),” Janet Jackson’s “Dammn Baby,” Marc E Bassy’s “You & Me (featuring G-Eazy),” GnArly WoRld’s “HITH (featuring Flo Rida),” Chris Brown’s “Grass Ain’t Greener,” and Alicia Keys’ “In Common.”

All but the NEEDTOBREATHE and DJ Drama songs are also featured on the HitDisc Prime compilation, which groups together the top potential radio candidates from all major genres.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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