Jay-Z’s “4:44” Repeats As Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added Song

“4:44” edges SZA’s “Love Galore” to claim the top spot on the rhythmic radio add board.

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For the second straight week, Jay-Z’s “4:44” earns the most added honor at rhythmic radio.

The title track from Jay-Z’s album won support from another 14 Mediabase-monitored rhythmic stations this week.

The count gives “4:44” a slight edge over SZA’s “Love Galore (featuring Travi$ Scott).” That song, which is the new iHeartRadio “On The Verge” selection, landed at 13 new stations this week.

Each added by 12 stations, Charlie Puth’s “Attention” and J Balvin & Willy William’s “Mi Gente” tie for fourth.

Calvin Harris’ “Rollin (featuring Future & Khalid),” which landed at 11 new stations, takes fifth place on the add board.

This week’s other notable rhythmic radio options: 24hrs’ “What You Like (featuring Ty Dolla $ign & Wiz Khalifa)” (10 adds, 6th-most), 2 Chainz’ “It’s A Vibe (featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Trey Songz & Jhene Aiko)” (9 adds, 7th-most, tie), Yo Gotti’s “Rake It Up (featuring Nicki Minaj)” (9 adds, 7th-most, tie), Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry” (8 adds, 9th-most, tie), and Macklemore’s “Glorious (featuring Skylar Grey)” (8 adds, 9th-most, tie).

Written by Brian Cantor

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