G-Eazy’s “Sober,” Charlie Puth’s “Done For Me,” LIVVIA’s “Catch A Body” Enter Top 50 At Pop Radio

“Sober,” “Done For Me,” and “Catch A Body” continue to gain traction at pop radio.

G-Eazy | Bobby Bruderle / RCA

Three collaborations — two of which involve Charlie Puth — move into the Top 50 at pop radio this week.

Played 622 times during the March 25-31 tracking period (+223), G-Eazy’s “Sober (featuring Charlie Puth)” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #43 song. It was #51 last week.

Up seven places, Puth’s own “Done For Me (featuring Kehlani)” grabs #47. The new “Voicenotes” single received 525 tracking period spins, besting the previous week’s count by 152.

LIVVIA’s debut radio single “Catch A Body (featuring Quavo)” concurrently rises four places to #49. “Catch A Body” posted a tracking period play count of 427 (+46).

Pictured: G-Eazy | Bobby Bruderle / via RCA

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