Tate McRae & Khalid’s “Working” Erupts As Pop Radio’s Most Added Song

“working” convincingly tops this week’s pop radio add board.

Tate McRae and Khalid - Working | YouTube Audio Cover | RCA

Earlier this year, Tate McRae topped three Mediabase pop radio add boards as part of the “You” collaboration with Regard and Troye Sivan.

This week, she earns the format’s most added honor with her new single.

“working,” a collaboration with Khalid, won support from a whopping 124 Mediabase-monitored stations in conjunction with its official impact. The count convincingly ranks as the week’s best.

Picked up by 18 stations, Anne-Marie & Niall Horan’s “Our Song” earns second place.

An add count of 16 slots Cheat Codes’ “Lean On Me (featuring Tinashe)” in third on the Mediabase add board. With 15 adds each, Bella Poarch’s “Build A Bitch” and Tones and I’s “Cloudy Day” tie for fourth.

This week’s other notable pop radio options: Nic D’s “Fine Apple” (13 adds, 6th-most), Anitta’s “Girl From Rio (featuring DaBaby)” (12 adds, 7th-most, tie), Tai Verdes’ “A-O-K” (12 adds, 7th-most, tie), Riton & Nightcrawlers’ “Friday (featuring Mufasa & Hypeman)” (10 adds, 9th-most), NF’s “JUST LIKE YOU” (7 adds, 10th-most, tie), Polo G’s “RAPSTAR” (7 adds, 10th-most, tie), AREA21’s “La La La” (7 adds, 10th-most, tie), and Coldplay’s “Higher Power” (7 adds, 10th-most, tie).

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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