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Indiana Massara’s “Squeeze” Reportedly Impacting Pop Radio On January 26 (Update)

Massara released “Squeeze” earlier this December.

Indiana Massara - Squeeze Cover | TuneCore/Wamba

Update: AllAccess, which first reported a January 12 pop radio impact date for Indiana Massara’s “Squeeze,” now says the song will go for adds on January 26.

Earlier this month, Indiana Massara released her new single “Squeeze.” Next month, the song will officially go for pop radio adds.

According to AllAccess, “Squeeze” will impact in conjunction with the January 12, 2021 pop radio add board. The single is an independent effort, with “Indiana Massara Music” listed as the supporting label. Unwilling to wait until then, some stations have already begun to spin the song.

Massara has received some past pop airplay, with her cover of “I Think We’re Alone Now” gaining noteworthy attention in early 2019. She has not yet, however, made the format’s Top 40.

Beyond music, Massara has enjoyed success as an actress and social media personality. She currently boasts over 4 million and 2 million followers on TikTok and Instagram, respectively.

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