Kent Jones’ “Merengue,” Why Don’t We’s “Trust Fund Baby” Join The Top 50 At Pop Radio

“Merengue” and “Trust Fund Baby” are gaining traction at pop radio.

Kent Jones - Merengue / Epic

Based on airplay received during the February 4-10 tracking period, new Kent Jones and Why Don’t We singles officially enter the Top 50 at pop radio.

Played 343 times during the tracking period (+136), “Merengue” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #47 song. It was #55 last week.

“Trust Fund Baby” concurrently soars thirty-three places to #50. It posted a tracking period play count of 260 (+199).

Neither song has yet officially impacted pop radio. “Trust Fund Baby” formally goes for adds on February 20, while “Merengue” carries an impact date of March 6.

Written by Brian Cantor

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