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ZAYN’s “Let Me,” Bulow’s “Not A Love Song,” Sam Smith’s “Pray” Enter Pop Radio’s Top 40

“Let Me,” “Not A Love Song,” and “Pray” officially enter the Top 40 at pop radio.

In rising from #41 to #30, Drake’s “Nice For What” represents the highest-ranking addition to the Top 40 at pop radio.

It is not this week’s only addition.

ZAYN’s “Let Me,” Bulow’s “Not A Love Song,” and Sam Smith’s “Pray (featuring Logic)” also crack the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.

Below last week’s chart at #43, “Let Me” enters this week’s listing at #32. The song received 1,313 spins during the April 22-28 tracking period, besting last week’s count by 559 spins.

Up three places, “Not A Love Song” grabs #39 on this week’s chart. The Bulow tune received 803 tracking period plays (+33).

Played 770 times during the tracking week (+51), “Pray” rises four spots to #40.

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