G-Eazy & Charlie Puth’s “Sober” Ranks As Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added Song

“Sober” grabs the top spot on this week’s rhythmic radio add board.

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G-Eazy’s new single “Sober (featuring Charlie Puth)” received a predictably warm welcome at rhythmic radio.

The song won support from 28 Mediabase-monitored stations in conjunction with this week’s official impact. The count positions “Sober” as the format’s most added song.

Each added by 16 stations, Saweetie’s “ICY GRL” and Trinidad Cardona’s “Dinero” tie for second.

Logic & Marshmello’s “Everyday” and Rae Sremmurd’s “Powerglide” follow in a tie for fourth; each song landed on 13 new playlists.

This week’s other notable rhythmic radio options: Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel” (9 adds, 6th-most), DJ Khaled’s “Top Off (featuring Jay Z, Future & B)” (8 adds, 7th-most, tie), Marshmello & Anne-Marie’s “FRIENDS” (8 adds, 7th-most, tie), Nipsey Hussle’s “Last Time That I Checc’d (featuring YG)” (8 adds, 7th-most, tie), and Tinashe’s “No Drama” (6 adds, 10th-most, tie).

Written by Brian Cantor

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