Harry Styles’ New Single “Kiwi” Scheduled To Impact Pop Radio On October 31

“Kiwi” will soon go for adds at US pop radio.

Harry Styles on TODAY | Nathan Congleton/NBC

Last week, Columbia confirmed that “Kiwi” as Harry Styles’ next official radio single.

This week, the label announced an October 31 (week of October 30) impact date for the song.

Some stations, it should be noted, are unwilling to wait until then.

According to Mediabase, Nashville’s 107.5 The River played “Kiwi” 25 times during the period between October 2-8. Chattanooga’s 103.7 KISS FM offered 14 spins within that window, while Savannah’s 97.3 KISS FM played “Kiwi” 9 times.

Several other stations have also offered a few spins.

“Kiwi” is the third single from Styles’ debut solo album. It follows “Two Ghosts,” which peaked at #31 on the Mediabase pop chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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