Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too,” KIIARA’s “Gold,” Beyonce’s “Sorry” Enter Pop Radio’s Top 50

Meghan Trainor [Me Too | Official Video]

The second single from Meghan Trainor’s newly released album “Thank You” is quickly gaining traction at pop radio. It earns a Top 50 position based on airplay attained during the May 8-14 tracking week.

KIIARA’s “Gold” and Beyonce’s “Sorry” also reach the Top 50 this week.

Played 991 times during the official tracking week (+763), Trainor’s “Me Too” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #41 song. It was #56 last week.

“Gold” concurrently rises four places to #47. It was spun 631 times during the official tracking period (+204).

Up thirteen places, “Sorry” earns #50 on the strength of 423 weekly spins (+264).

Written by Brian Cantor

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