Zedd & Elley Duhe’s “Happy Now” Received Opening Day Pop Radio Play; SF Stations Led The Way

WiLD 94.9 and 99.7 NOW were the song’s biggest opening day supporters.

Zedd - Happy Now Lyric Video | Interscope

Zedd and Elley Duhe launched their new collaboration “Happy Now” on Wednesday, July 18. While the song does not officially go for pop radio adds until July 31, several stations offered immediate airplay.

According to Mediabase, San Francisco’s WiLD 94.9 ranked as the song’s top opening day supporter. It had played “Happy Now” 13 times by the end of Wednesday.

Fellow SF station 99.7 NOW ranked as the second-biggest supporter; it offered 4 spins.

Miami’s Hits 97.3, Detroit’s 98.7 AMP, and Grand Rapids’ Hot 105.3 each played the song 3 times, while several other stations offered one or two plays.

“Happy Now” is the follow-up to Zedd’s smash hit “The Middle (with Maren Morris & Grey).”

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