G-Eazy’s “Sober,” Charlie Puth’s “Done For Me” Enter Top 55 At Pop Radio; Big Boi Top 60

“Sober,” “Done For Me,” and “All Night” are on the rise at pop radio.

G-Eazy in Sober | RCA

Two songs involving Charlie Puth officially move into the Top 55 at pop radio this week.

Played 399 times during the March 18-24 tracking period, G-Eazy’s “Sober (featuring Charlie Puth)” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #51 song. It was #61 last week.

Puth also enters the Top 55 with his own “Done For Me (featuring Kehlani).” Up thirteen places, the song takes #54 on the strength of its 373 tracking period plays.

“Sober” received airplay from 66 Mediabase-monitored pop stations this week. Fifty such stations played “Done For Me.”

— As “Sober” and “Done For Me” enter the Top 55, Big Boi’s “All Night” cracks the Top 60. The song, which was #71 last week, earns #56 on the strength of its 257 plays.

It received airplay from 28 Mediabase pop stations.

Written by Brian Cantor

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