Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together” Reaches #69 At Pop Radio; Paramore’s “Hard Times” #72

“Stay Together” and “Hard Times” are picking up pop airplay ahead of this week’s official impact.

Photo: Labrinth and Noah Cyrus on Corden [Terence Patrick/CBS]

Based on airplay attained during the April 16-22 tracking week, Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together” is officially one of the Top 70 songs at pop radio.

Paramore’s “Hard Times” is just outside that region.

Played 175 times during the tracking period, “Stay Together” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #69 song. It was outside the Top 125 last week.

“Hard Times,” which arrived at mid-week, earns #72 thanks to its 135 tracking period spins.

Both songs are officially impacting pop radio in conjunction with the April 25 add board.

Written by Brian Cantor

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