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“That’s My Girl” Set As Fifth Harmony’s New Single; Detroit, Tampa Stations Providing Spins

Fifth Harmony [Bell/Much]

Update: Tampa’s 93.3 FLZ has joined Radio Disney and Detroit’s 98.7 AMP in providing airplay to Fifth Harmony’s “That’s My Girl.”

Mediabase notes that FLZ played the song 9 times during the period between 8/19 and 8/25.

“That’s My Girl” is slated as the official follow-up to Fifth Harmony’s “All In My Head (Flex).”

With “All In My Head (Flex)” beginning to decline at the pop, rhythmic and hot adult contemporary radio formats, attention will soon be shifting to a new single from the group’s “7/27.”

“That’s My Girl” is that single.

Sources have been rumbling that “That’s My Girl” was set as the follow-up to “All In My Head (Flex),” and a Tweet from a Kansas City radio DJ seemingly confirmed the news.

“I announce @FifthHarmony SND CHK wnnr 2morrow nite (FRI) @ 6:25! hear my chat w/ @camilacabello97& the new single 2 #thatsmygirl @957thevibe,” wrote 95.7 The Vibe DJ Mike O’Reilly in a Thursday evening Tweet.

At least two pop stations have begun spinning “That’s My Girl.”

In a Sunday article, Headline Planet noted that Radio Disney provided 13 spins during the August 14-20 tracking period. The station’s support has since increased; “That’s My Girl” received 28 Radio Disney spins in the August 18-24 window.

Detroit’s 98.7 AMP has also gotten in on the action. Mediabase confirms that AMP played the song 3 times between August 18 and 24.

Epic has yet to confirm an official impact date for “That’s My Girl,” but such news should be coming in the very near future.

The opening track on “7/27,” “That’s My Girl” was used in promotional pieces during the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Written by Brian Cantor

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