Zedd & Liam Payne’s “Get Low” Received First Day Airplay In Myrtle Beach, LA, Miami, More

Numerous pop stations played “Get Low” on its first day of release.

Liam and Zedd | Reuben Wu - Interscope Press Photo

Zedd & Liam Payne’s “Get Low” premiered Thursday morning, and dozens of pop radio stations provided immediate support.

According to Mediabase, the leading supporters included Myrtle Beach’s Energy 92.1, Los Angeles’ 97.1 AMP, and Miami’s Power 96.

Energy played the song 14 times Thursday, while AMP and Power each offered 9 spins.

Other notable supporters included San Diego’s Energy 103.7 (7 spins), Chicago’s B96 (6 spins), San Francisco’s 99.7 NOW (5 spins), and Utah’s Mix 105.1 (5 spins).

“Get Low” officially impacts pop radio on July 11. It is the follow-up to Zedd’s Alessia Cara collaboration “Stay,” which spent the past six weeks as the pop format’s #1 song.

Written by Brian Cantor

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