Bebe Rexha’s “I’m A Mess” Joins Top 60 At Pop Radio

“I’m A Mess” is on the rise at pop radio.

Bebe Rexha at GMA | Paula Lobo/ABC

The follow-up to Bebe Rexha’s smash “Meant To Be (featuring Florida Georgia Line)” is beginning to gain traction at pop radio.

“I’m A Mess,” that song, forays into the format’s Top 60 this week.

Played 258 times during the June 17-23 tracking period, “I’m A Mess” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #60 song. It was outside last week’s Top 100.

“I’m A Mess” received tracking period airplay from 52 Mediabase-monitored stations. Its greatest support came from SiriusXM Venus, which contributed 34 of the 258 spins.

Hits 96 Chattanooga and i106.7 Nashville tied for second place with 26 plays.

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