Jade Bird’s “Uh Huh” Earns Airplay At US Alternative Radio

“Uh Uh” enters the format’s Top 60 this week.

Jade Bird | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Already charting at the Triple A format, Jade Bird’s “Uh Huh” is beginning to amass airplay at alternative/modern rock radio.

Played 103 times during the August 12-18 tracking period, “Uh Huh” ranks as the Mediabase alternative panel’s #60 song. It was #81 last week.

A total of 24 Mediabase-monitored alternative stations played “Uh Huh” during the tracking week. The MusicChoice Alt station, San Francisco’s 105.3, and Fresno’s 104.1 ranked as the biggest supporters.

“Uh Huh” is the follow-up to the artist’s Triple A hit “Lottery.” The song also reached the Top 40 at hot adult contemporary radio.

Written by Brian Cantor

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