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    Fifth Harmony Performs “He Like That” On “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (Watch Now)

    Star girl group Fifth Harmony performed as part of the annual TIDAL X event in Brooklyn.

    Footage from the performance — specifically, the performance of radio single “He Like That” — aired as part of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

    The performance closed Tuesday night’s edition of “Kimmel,” which was the second of the show’s week-long stint in Brooklyn.

    The “Kimmel” performance was one of two Tuesday TV appearances for Fifth Harmony. The group also appeared on Tuesday afternoon’s “TRL.”

    A video of Fifth Harmony’s “He Like That” performance follows:

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    Calvin Harris, Kehlani & Lil Yachty’s “Faking It” Ranks As Rhythmic Radio’s Most Added Song

    Calvin Harris’ “Faking It (featuring Kehlani & Lil Yachty)” earns the top spot on this week’s rhythmic radio add board.

    The new “Funk Wav Bounces, Vol. 1” single won support from 22 Mediabase-monitored rhythmic stations this week. The count gives “Faking It” the edge over Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart,” which earned 21 adds on impact.

    Picked up by 11 stations, NF’s “Let You Down” ranks as third-most added. SZA’s “The Weekend” takes fourth place with 9 pickups, while an add count of 8 slots 2 Chainz’ “4AM (featuring Travi$ Scott)” as fifth-most added.

    This week’s other notable rhythmic options: Camila Cabello’s “Havana (featuring Young Thug)” (7 adds, 6th-most), A$AP Ferg’s “Plain Jane” (6 adds, 7th-most, tie), J Balvin & Willy William’s “Mi Gente (featuring Beyonce)” (6 adds, 7th-most, tie), Jay-Z’s “Bam (featuring Damian Marley)” (6 adds, 7th-most, tie), Fat Joe’s “So Excited (featuring Dre)” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie), Macklemore’s “Good Old Days (featuring Kesha)” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie), and Marshmello & Khalid’s “Silence” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie).

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    Fifth Harmony Appears, Performs On Tuesday’s TRL; MTV Shares Photos & Videos

    MTV was not lying when it said Fifth Harmony would be taking over Tuesday’s “TRL.”

    The star girl group appeared extensively on Tuesday’s episode.

    Fifth Harmony chatted with the hosts, played games, and interacted with “Harmonizers.”

    Naturally, the group also took the stage to perform. Fifth Harmony performed current radio single “He Like That” as well as album track “Don’t Say You Love Me.”

    Following Tuesday’s broadcast, MTV shared videos of all the key segments. The network also offered some photos.

    The media items are embedded below:

    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV
    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV
    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV
    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV
    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV
    Fifth Harmony by Zach Dilgard/MTV

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    Charlie Puth’s “How Long” Again Ranks As Pop Radio’s Most Added Song

    Pop radio continues to enthusiastically embrace Charlie Puth’s “How Long.”

    The single, which ranked as last week’s most added song, earns the same distinction this week.

    “How Long” won support from another 43 Mediabase-monitored stations this week.

    The support will allow “How Long” to continue soaring up the pop radio airplay chart. It debuted at #36 last week — and is headed Top 30 this week.

    Picked up by 33 stations in conjunction with this week’s impact, Calvin Harris’ “Faking It (featuring Kehlani & Lil Yachty)” ranks as second-most added.

    Daya’s newly impacting “New” takes third with 32 adds, while an add count of 25 slots Post Malone’s “rockstar (featuring 21 Savage)” in fourth place.

    Macklemore’s “Good Old Days (featuring Kesha),” which won support from 24 stations, ranks as fifth-most added.

    This week’s other notable pop radio options: Khalid’s “Young Dumb & Broke” (21 adds, 6th-most), Niall Horan’s “Too Much To Ask” (19 adds, 7th-most), Blackbear’s “Do Re Mi” (16 adds, 8th-most, tie), Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” (16 adds, 8th-most, tie), and Camila Cabello’s “Havana (featuring Young Thug)” (15 adds, 10th-most).

    Major Market Adds:
    New York – Z100 – How Long (Charlie Puth), Let You Down (NF)
    New York – 103.5 KTU – Reggaeton Lento Remix (CNCO & Little Mix), Sorry Not Sorry (Demi Lovato)
    New York – 92.3 AMP – Let Me Go (Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso ft. FGL & Watt), Good Old Days (Macklemore ft. Kesha)

    Los Angeles – 102.7 KIIS – How Long (Charlie Puth), Let You Down (NF)
    Los Angeles – Radio Disney – New (Daya)
    Los Angeles – 97.1 AMP – Pray (Sam Smith)

    Chicago – B96 – Lights Down Low (MAX ft. gnash), Good Old Days (Macklemore ft. Kesha)
    Chicago – 103.5 KISS – Faking It (Calvin Harris ft. Kehlani & Lil Yachty), do re mi (blackbear)

    San Francisco – 99-7 NOW – Feels Great (Cheat Codes ft. Fetty Wap)
    San Francisco – WiLD 94.9 – Worst In Me (Julia Michaels), So Simple (Marc E. Bassy ft. G-Eazy)

    Dallas – Hot 93.3 – Bodak Yellow (Cardi B), Let Me Go (Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso ft. FGL & Watt), Love So Soft (Kelly Clarkson), rockstar (Post Malone ft. 21 Savage)
    Dallas – 103.7 AMP – He Like That (Fifth Harmony), Good Old Days (Macklemore ft. Kesha)
    Dallas – 106.1 KISS – Bodak Yellow (Cardi B), Mi Gente (J Balvin & Willy William ft. Beyonce)

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    NY’s Z100 Adds NF’s “Let You Down,” Charlie Puth’s “How Long”

    His album “Perception” just debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200.

    His single “Let You Down” just won support from the top pop radio station in America.

    New York’s Z100 picked up “Let You Down” in conjunction with the October 17 pop radio add board.

    The station also added Charlie Puth’s “How Long” to its playlist.

    “Let You Down” is officially impacting pop radio next week. “How Long” debuted at #36 on last week’s pop radio airplay chart — and should reach the Top 30 this week.

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    Shawn Mendes’ “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” Hits 2x Platinum In US

    Shawn Mendes’ former #1 pop and hot adult contemporary radio hit “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” has officially attained multi-platinum status in the United States.

    According to the RIAA, “TNHMB” earned a double platinum certification on October 6, 2017.

    The award confirms 2 million in US units. Each unit is equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

    In addition to topping the aforementioned radio charts, “TNHMB” reached a peak of #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.

    “TNHMB” appears on the reissued version of Mendes’ sophomore album “Illuminate.”

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    Danielle Bradbery’s “The Heart Of Dixie” Earns Gold Certification In US

    Country artist Danielle Bradbery just received her first RIAA certification.

    “The Heart Of Dixie,” her debut single, officially crossed the gold threshold on October 2, 2017.

    The gold certification confirms 500,000 in US units. Each unit equals 1 paid download or 150 streams.

    Bradbery, who won season four of “The Voice,” released “The Heart Of Dixie” in 2013. It peaked at #12 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

    It meanwhile reached #16 on the all-encompassing Billboard Hot Country Songs listing.

    Bradbery is currently promoting “Sway” at country radio.

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    Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road” Certified 4x Platinum In US

    Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road” spent a record 34 weeks atop the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

    It became a rare country song to reach the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.

    As of October 16, 2017, it also boasts a quadruple platinum certification in the United States.

    Issued by the RIAA, the 4x platinum certification confirms 4 million in US units. Each unit is equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

    Obviously dominant in Hunt’s core country format, “Body” also enjoyed crossover success at hot adult contemporary and pop radio.

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    Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now” Reaches 5x Platinum, Several Other Songs Also Earn New Certifications

    The RIAA delivered a host of good news to Chris Brown on October 3, 2017.

    Eight of his singles received new platinum or multi-platinum certifications in the United States.

    The biggest award went to “Look At Me Now.” That song reached the 5x platinum milestone, signifying 5 million in US units.

    Each unit is equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

    Other certifications went to “Yeah 3X” (2x platinum, 2 million), “Deuces” (2x platinum, 2 million), “Don’t Wake Me Up” (2x platinum, 2 million), “Beautiful People” (platinum, 1 million), “Strip” (platinum, 1 million), “Back To Sleep” (platinum, 1 million) and “She Ain’t You” (platinum, 1 million).

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    Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” Receives 6x Platinum Honor In United States

    Bruno Mars’ #1 hit “That’s What I Like” just moved up to a new multi-platinum tier in the United States.

    According to the RIAA, “That’s What I Like” reached 6x platinum on October 4, 2017.

    The award confirms 6 million in US units. Each unit is equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

    In addition to reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, “That’s What I Like” topped the pop, rhythmic and urban radio airplay charts.

    “That’s What I Like” appears on Mars’ double-platinum album “24K Magic.”

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