NF’s “Lie,” Bryce Vine’s “Drew Barrymore” Reach Top 15 At Pop Radio

“Lie” and “Drew Barrymore” move into the Top 15 on this week’s pop chart.

NF - Lie Audio

The follow-up to NF’s chart-topping “Let Me Down” continues to rise at pop radio.

“Lie,” that song, moves into the Top 15 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart. Bryce Vine’s “Drew Barrymore” also cracks the Top 15.

Played 5,004 times during the August 26-September 1 tracking period (+446), “Lie” rises two spots to #14 on this week’s chart.

“Drew Barrymore” directly follows at #15. The song, which was #17 last week, earns its new peak position on the strength of 4,808 tracking period spins. The count reflects a week-over-week gain of 348.

Written by Brian Cantor

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