Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” Ranks As Most Added At Rhythmic & Urban Radio

“MIA” also had a good week at rhythmic, while “DTF” scores at urban.

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Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” earns the most added honor at rhythmic and urban radio this week.

It won support from a format-leading 44 Mediabase-monitored rhythmic stations. It tops the urban add board with pickups from 59 stations.

— Picked up by 42 rhythmic stations, Bad Bunny’s “MIA (featuring Drake)” takes second place at that format.

French Montana’s “No Stylist (featuring Drake)” follows in third with 16 rhythmic pickups, while an add count of 15 slots Khalid’s “Better” in fourth. Lil Peep & XXXTentacion’s “Falling Down,” which landed at 10 stations, ranks as rhythmic radio’s fifth-most added song.

— Credited with 44 urban radio adds, The Game’s “DTF (featuring YG, Ty Dolla $ign & Jeremih)” grabs second on that add board.

“No Stylist” follows in third with 37 pickups, and LightSkinKeisha’s “Ride Good (featuring B Smyth)” takes fourth with 35 adds.

Anderson.Paak’s “Tints (featuring Kendrick Lamar),” the fifth-most added song, landed at 24 stations.

Written by Brian Cantor

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