Skylar Stecker, RHCP, Jessica Sanchez, Ariana Grande Singles Featured On US Radio Hit Disc

Skylar Stecker [Press Photo | Paradigm Agency]

Skylar Stecker’s “Let It Show,” Dua Lipa’s “Blow Your Mind,” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Dark Necessities,” Carrie Underwood’s “Oh, Sunday Night,” Jessica Sanchez’ “Stronger Together,” Ariana Grande’s “Side To Side (featuring Nicki Minaj),” and a clean version of G-Eazy’s “Calm Down” were among the songs issued to radio programmers and professionals 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 service. The “A” HitDisc is features tracks geared to adult contemporary, hot adult contemporary, pop, rhythmic, and/or urban.

The track list tends to include songs first being serviced to radio, songs officially going for adds, songs being issued to different formats, or edits/remixes of previously released songs.

In addition to the aforementioned tracks, this week’s “A” HitDisc features Nick Fradiani’s “All On You,” Cobi’s “Don’t You Cry For Me,” Emii’s “Wait,” the VMA Eazy Remix of Britney Spears’ “Make Me (featuring G-Eazy),” Zeds Dead x Diplo’s “Blame (featuring Elliphant),” ScHoolboy Q’s “Overtime (featuring Miguel & Justine Sky),” a clean version of Kap G’s “Girlfriend,” and Kevin Ross’ “Long Song Away.”

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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