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Pitbull, J. Balvin & Camila Cabello’s “Hey Ma” Made Available To Rhythmic Radio

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While Atlantic has not yet confirmed plans for a formal push, it has made the English version of Pitbull & J. Balvin’s “Hey Ma (featuring Camila Cabello)” available to rhythmic radio.

The English version of the song, which arrived on US digital platforms this week, was formally serviced to the rhythmic format (as well as rhythmic mixshow) at 7:05PM EDT Thursday.

English and Spanish versions of “Hey Ma” appear on the soundtrack to “The Fate Of The Furious,” which officially arrives on April 14.

In terms of a formal radio single, the soundtrack is currently represented at rhythmic by G-Eazy & Kehlani’s “Good Life.” The song reached the format’s Top 40 last week and is up to #35 on this week’s building/real-time chart.

“Good Life” is also poised to chart at pop radio this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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