G-Eazy & Kehlani’s “Good Life” Received First Day Pop Radio Airplay In SF, Orlando, More

G-Eazy Kehlani in Good Life | Atlantic

“Good Life,” G-Eazy & Kehlani’s contribution to the “Fate Of The Furious” soundtrack, debuted Friday.

It received a healthy amount of immediate support at pop radio.

Perhaps unsurprising given the artists’ Bay Area roots, San Francisco’s 99.7 NOW was the biggest initial supporter. Mediabase says the station had played the song 14 times by the end of Friday.

Orlando’s 101.9 AMP offered 10 opening day spins, while San Francisco’s WiLD 94.9 and Sacramento’s 106.5 The End each played it 9 times.

Dallas’ 106.1 KISS offered 6 spins; Las Vegas’ 98.5 KLUC and Miami’s Power 96 each offered four. Several other stations — including those in major markets like New York and Boston — played it two or three times.

“Good Life” officially impacts in conjunction with the March 28 add board.

Written by Brian Cantor

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