Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” Received Big Radio Airplay Thursday Night

Some west coast stations played the song more than once per hour.

Taylor Swift in Look What You Made Me Do | Big Machine/Republic

While Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” bowed at around midnight on the east coast, its arrival came while it was still Thursday night in other US time zones.

Given that many pop radio stations offered immediate airplay, the song actually amassed a considerable number of spins Thursday.

According to Mediabase, San Diego’s Energy 103.7 actually played the song 8 times before Thursday came to a close. San Francisco’s 99.7 NOW played it 7 times, while Spokane’s 105.7 Now provided 6 spins.

Many other stations played the song between 1 and 4 times Thursday night.

A substantial number of stations plan to play “Look What You Made Me Do” once an hour (if not more frequently) for the duration of Friday. The airplay will thrust the single comfortably into pop radio’s Top 40.

— “Look What You Made Me Do” also received opening night airplay at the hot adult contemporary and rhythmic radio formats.

The leading Hot AC stations — Phoenix’s Mix 96.9, San Francisco’s Alice@97.3, Phoenix’s Hot 97.5/103.9 and Riverside-San Bernardino’s 103.9 — each played the song 4 times.

Honolulu’s Power 104.3, the top rhythmic station, played it 7 times.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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