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Bebe Rexha’s “I Got You” Ranks As Pop Radio’s Most Added Song

The first pop radio add board of 2017 is closed, and Bebe Rexha’s “I Got You” claims the top spot.

Picked up by another 32 Mediabase-monitored pop stations, “I Got You” edges Drake’s “Fake Love” for the most added honor.

Drake’s song received 30 adds this week.

The Weeknd’s “I Feel It Coming (featuring Daft Punk)” is close behind with 29 weekly pickups, while an add count of 24 slots Noah Cyrus’ “Make Me (Cry) (featuring Labrinth)” in fourth place. G-Eazy’s “Some Kind Of Drug (featuring Marc E. Bassy)” takes fifth place with 22 adds.

This week’s other notable pop options: Sabrina Carpenter’s “Thumbs” (19 adds, 6th), Fitz And The Tantrums’ “HandClap” (13 adds, 7th, tie), Hey Violet’s “Guys My Age” (13 adds, 7th, tie), ZAYN & Taylor Swift’s “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” (13 adds, 7th, tie), and Clean Bandit’s “Rockabye (featuring Sean Paul & Anne-Marie)” (11 adds, 10th).

Major Market Adds:
New York – Z100 – Fake Love (Drake)
New York – 103.5 KTU – Versace on the Floor (Bruno Mars)
New York – 92.3 AMP – No Lie (Sean Paul ft. Dua Lipa), Love$ick (Mura Masa ft. A$AP Rocky), Take It Off (Lil Jon ft. Yandel & Becky G)

Los Angeles – 102.7 KIIS – Sexual (Neiked), Icarus (R3hab)
Los Angeles – Radio Disney – Make Me (Noah Cyrus ft. Labrinth), Just Hold On (Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson)
Los Angeles – 97.1 AMP – None reported

Chicago – B96 – Make Me (Noah Cyrus ft. Labrinth)
Chicago – 103.5 KISS – None reported

San Francisco – 99-7 NOW – Bounce Back (Big Sean), Easy Go (Grandtheft ft. Delaney Jane), You’re Not There (Lukas Graham), Back To Me (Marian Hill & Lauren Jauregui)
San Francisco – WiLD 94.9 – Say It (Flume ft. Tove Lo), Easy Go (Grandtheft ft. Delaney Jane), You Don’t Know Me (Jax Jones ft. Raye), Love Me Now (John Legend), Million Reasons (Lady Gaga), Now And Later (Sage The Gemini)

Dallas – Hot 93.3 – Fake Love (Drake)
Dallas – 103.7 KVIL – None Reported
Dallas – 106.1 KISS – Just Hold On (Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson)

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