Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together,” Paramore’s “Hard Times” Enter Pop Radio’s Top 60

Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together” and Paramore’s “Hard Times” continue to gain traction at pop radio.

Noah Cyrus at the RDMA | Disney Channel

Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together” and Paramore’s “Hard Times” officially enter pop radio’s Top 60 this week.

Played 371 times during the April 23-29 tracking week, “Stay Together” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #56 song. It was #69 last week.

“Hard Times” concurrently improves to #57. The song, which is up fifteen places from last week’s position, received 363 tracking period spins.

A total of 55 Mediabase-monitored pop stations played “Stay Together” this week. “Hard Times” received airplay from 44.

Written by Brian Cantor

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