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Songs By Lauren Daigle, Rita Ora, Madison Beer, Fletcher Reach Top 30 At Pop Radio

“You Say,” “Let You Love Me,” “Hurts Like Hell,” and “Undrunk” enter pop radio’s Top 30.

Lauren Daigle courtesy of Centricity Press

Lauren Daigle’s “You Say,” which just won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song, enters the Top 30 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.

Rita Ora’s “Let You Love Me,” Madison Beer’s “Hurts Like Hell (featuring Offset)” and Fletcher’s “Undrunk” also enter that region.

Played 2,296 times during the February 3-9 tracking period (+385), “You Say” jumps six places to a new peak of #26.

Up three places, “Let You Love Me” earns #28. It posted a tracking period play count of 2,053 (+123).

A five-place rise brings “Hurts Like Hell” to #29. The Beer-Offset collaboration received 1,997 tracking week spins (+168).

“Undrunk,” which was below last week’s chart at #45, blasts onto this week’s listing at #30. The Fletcher single received 1,881 spins during the official tracking week.

The count reflects a week-over-week gain of 1,280, which ranks as the pop format’s third-greatest increase.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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