Charlie Puth, Halsey, Drake Songs Debut On Hot Adult Contemporary Radio Chart

“Done For Me,” “Alone,” and “God’s Plan” enter the Top 40 at hot adult contemporary radio.

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Charlie Puth’s “Done For Me (featuring Kehlani),” which debuts at #31 on the Mediabase pop radio chart, earns the exact same position on this week’s hot adult contemporary listing.

Up fourteen spots from last week’s position, “Done For Me” earns #31 on the strength of its 502 tracking period spins. This week’s count tops last week’s mark by 348 plays.

Halsey’s “Alone (featuring Big Sean & Stefflon Don)” and Drake’s “God’s Plan” also debut this week.

Below last week’s chart at #44, “Alone” takes #36 this week. It received 295 tracking period plays (+122).

“God’s Plan” rises two places to #40 with 234 spins (+54).

Written by Brian Cantor

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