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Flora Cash’s “You’re Somebody Else” Reaches #1 At Alternative Radio

“You’re Somebody Else” seizes the throne from Panic! At The Disco’s “High Hopes.”

Flora Cash by Jared Thomas Kocka, via RCA Records

After a lengthy run inside the Top 5, Flora Cash’s “You’re Somebody Else” officially moves up to #1 on the Mediabase alternative radio chart.

The song, which was #2 last week, seizes the throne from Panic! At The Disco’s “High Hopes.”

“You’re Somebody Else” received ~3,435 spins during the February 3-9 tracking period. The count tops last week’s mark by 157 spins.

The aforementioned “High Hopes” moves down to #2 this week. It received ~3,223 spins (-123).

Young The Giant’s “Superposition” rises two spots to #3 with ~2,928 (+258), while a play count of ~2,786 (-92) keeps Marshmello & Bastille’s “Happier” at #4. Up one place, Muse’s “Pressure” grabs #5 with ~2,618 spins (+52).

Written by Brian Cantor

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