Alice Merton, Imagine Dragons, Justin Timberlake Songs Reach Top 55 At Pop Radio

“No Roots,” “Whatever It Takes,” and “Supplies” are gaining traction at pop radio.

Alice Merton | No Roots Video / YouTube, Vevo

The formal push does not begin until February, but Alice Merton’s “No Roots” is already attracting interest at pop radio.

The song officially moves into the Top 55 this week.

Played 310 times during the January 14-20 tracking period, “No Roots” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #51 song. It was #58 last week.

Imagine Dragons’ “Whatever It Takes” and Justin Timberlake’s “Supplies” also crack the Top 55 this week.

“Whatever It Takes,” which was #63 last week, improves to #52. It received 292 tracking period plays.

Despite not launching until late in the tracking period (and not yet being an official single), “Supplies” takes #55 on the strength of its 286 spins.

Written by Brian Cantor

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