The Chainsmokers’ New Single “You Owe Me” Issued To Pop Radio

“You Owe Me” takes over for “Sick Boy” as the duo’s official pop radio single.

The Chainsmokers - You Owe Me | Disruptor/Columbia

In mid-January, The Chainsmokers released a new single “Sick Boy.” Columbia quickly issued the song to pop radio as an official single.

It has, for all intents and purposes, already fallen off the radar.

The song, which never even reached the Top 40 at pop radio, will fall distantly below the Top 50 this week.

Given that reality, Columbia’s radio team is turning its attention to a new single.

Entitled “You Owe Me,” the song launched on digital platforms late Thursday/early Friday. It was immediately made available for pop radio airplay.

A Rory Kramer-directed music video was also released.

Written by Brian Cantor

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