MØ’s “Final Song” Receiving US Pop Radio Push, Goes For Adds On August 30

MØ [RCA Press Photo]

MØ, who appears as a featured artist on Major Lazer’s soaring “Cold Water,” will soon seek US success for one of her own singles.

RCA plans to promote MØ’s “Final Song” to American audiences. The song is set to officially go for pop radio adds on August 30.

Mediabase first reported the adds date.

Certified gold in Australia, “Final Song” has charted in numerous international markets. It is currently #14 in the United Kingdom.

“Final Song” is one of four RCA-backed singles going for US pop adds in the next four weeks. Tinashe’s “Superlove” (8/16 impact date), Pitbull’s “Greenlight” (8/23) and Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha’s “In The Name Of Love” (9/6) will also soon impact the format.

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