G-Eazy’s “Some Kind Of Drug” Added By Chicago’s B96, Noah Cyrus’ “Make Me” Lands At SF’s 99.7 NOW

G-Eazy [Bobby Bruderle | RCA Records Press]

Pop stations have begun to report their weekly radio adds.

Chicago’s B96 and San Francisco’s 99.7 NOW are among the initial reports; each confirms picking up one song.

The influential Chicago station has officially added G-Eazy’s “Some Kind Of Drug (featuring Marc E. Bassy)” to its playlist.

99.7 NOW, meanwhile, has picked up Noah Cyrus’ “Make Me (Cry) (featuring Labrinth).”

Both songs are in the early stages of their radio campaigns; the latter does not even officially impact until January.

Headline Planet’s full weekly adds report is due Tuesday.

Written by Brian Cantor

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