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Zara Larsson, Mary Lambert, Usher, CHVRCHES & Hayley Featured On Latest US Radio HitDisc

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Zara Larsson’s “Lush Life,” Mary Lambert’s “Hang Out With You,” Usher’s “Crash,” Fitz & The Tantrums’ “HandClap,” and CHVRCHES’ “Bury It (featuring Hayley Williams)” are among those featured on this week’s “A” HitDisc.

“Each week, 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 series. The “A” disc focuses on (and is issued to) the adult contemporary, hot adult contemporary, pop, rhythmic, and urban formats.

In addition to the aforementioned five singles, this week’s “A” disc also includes We The Kings’ “Sad Song,” Kathryn Dean’s “City Of Angels,” the JR Rotem remix of Rob Thomas’ “Pieces,” The Strumbellas’ “Spirits,” Galantis’ “No Money,” Steve Kroeger’s “Waiting For The Break (featuring Skye Holland),” Cheat Codes x Kris Kross Amsterdam’s “Sex,” Kanye West/Gucci Mane/Big Sean/2 Chainz/Travi$ Scott/Yo Gotti/Quavo/Desiigner’s “Champions,” Usher’s “No Limit (featuring Young Thug),” Snoop Dogg’s “Kush Ups (featuring Wiz Khalifa),” and Tory Lanez’ “Luv.”

“Bury It” also appears on the “B” disc (issued to active rock, alternative rock, and Triple A). Most will also appear on the weekly’s “PrimeCuts” disc, which features the top songs from AC, Hot AC, pop, rhythmic, urban, active rock, alternative, and country.

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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