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Hozier’s “Too Sweet,” Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” Make Top 15 At Pop Radio; Doja Cat Top 30, Benson Boone Top 40

“Too Sweet,” “Espresso,” “OKLOSER,” and “Slow It Down” are some of the movers on this week’s pop chart.

Powered by some of the format’s greatest airplay gains, Hozier’s “Too Sweet” and Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” blast into the Top 15 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio chart. Doja Cat’s “OKLOSER” makes a solid gain in its own right, securing a Top 30 position.

This week’s list of movers also includes Benson Boone’s “Slow It Down,” which enters the Top 40 as the chart’s lone debut.

— Played 6,404 times during the April 28-May 4 tracking period (+1,649), “Too Sweet” jumps three places to #14.

Up seven spots, “Espresso” earns #15 on this week’s listing. The soaring Sabrina Carpenter smash posted a tracking period play count of 5,490 (+1,925).

“OKLOSER,” which received 1,473 spins (+564), ascends seven places to a new peak of #30.

Below last week’s chart at #41, “Slow It Down” makes this week’s Top 40 at #34. The song received 1,206 spins during the tracking period (+568).

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