Mabel’s “Don’t Call Me Up,” Khalid’s “Talk” Enter Top 55 At Pop Radio

“Don’t Call Me Up” and “Talk” are on the rise at pop radio.

Mabel - Dont Call Me Up Video | Capitol Records

Mabel’s “Don’t Call Me Up,” and Khalid’s “Talk” are gaining traction at pop radio. Both songs move into the Top 55 this week.

Spun 395 times during the February 17-23 tracking period, “Don’t Call Me Up” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #51 song. It was #59 last week.

“Talk” concurrently rises fourteen places to #54. The “Better” follow-up received 289 spins during the tracking period.

“Don’t Call Me Up,” which is Mabel’s first official US radio single, received tracking period airplay from 37 Mediabase-monitored pop stations. Twenty-nine such stations played “Talk” this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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