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    Lindsay Ell, Shania Twain Songs Debut On Mediabase Country Radio Chart

    Lindsay Ell’s “Criminal” and Shania Twain’s “We Got Something They Don’t” debut on this week’s edition of the 50-track Mediabase country radio singles chart.

    “Criminal,” which was below last week’s chart at #63, earns #46 this week.

    The position comes courtesy of the song’s 1,750 tracking period chart points (+1,100). “Criminal” also earned 747 spins (+451) and 3.357 million audience impressions during the December 10-16 tracking week.

    “We Got Something They Don’t” concurrently rises seven places to #50. It received 1,433 chart points (+413), 570 spins (+170) and 1.616 million audience impressions during the official tracking period.

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    Russell Dickerson’s “Yours,” Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song” Enter Top 5 At Country Radio

    Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” and Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song” climb to new highs on this week’s edition of the Mediabase country radio singles chart.

    “Yours” rises three places to #4, while “I Could Use A Love Song” ticks up one place to #5.

    “Yours” earns #4 thanks to its 17,524 tracking period chart points (+1,380 from last week). It also received 6,498 spins (#5 airplay total) and 43.937 million audience impressions (#5 audience total) during the December 10-16 tracking week.

    “I Could Use A Love Song” received 17,456 chart points (+524), 6,564 spins (#4 airplay total) and 43.668 million audience impressions (#6 audience total).

    “Yours” is Russell Dickerson’s first career Top 5 hit at country radio. “I Could Use A Love Song” is Morris’ first as a lead artist; she previously entered the region as a featured act on Thomas Rhett’s #1 hit “Craving You.”

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    Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart” Reaches #51 At Pop Radio

    As his “rockstar (featuring 21 Savage)” nears the Top 5 at pop radio, Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart” approaches the Top 50.

    Played 497 times during the December 10-16 tracking period, “I Fall Apart” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #51 song. It was #57 last week.

    A total of 56 Mediabase-monitored pop stations contributed airplay this week. Twenty-nine are new supporters.

    “I Fall Apart” is already an established hit at rhythmic radio, where it improves to #11 this week.

    The aforementioned “rockstar,” meanwhile, bullets at #7 on this week’s pop chart.

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    Songs By Dev, MGK, Blac Youngsta, BTS Reach Rhythmic Radio’s Top 50

    Dev’s “All I Wanna Do,” Machine Gun Kelly/X Ambassadors/Bebe Rexha’s “Home,” Blac Youngsta’s “Booty,” and BTS’ “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki remix featuring Desiigner)” are gaining traction at rhythmic radio.

    The four songs officially enter the Top 50 this week.

    Played 412 times during the December 10-16 tracking period (+60), “All I Wanna Do” ranks as the Mediabase rhythmic panel’s #46 song. It was #51 last week.

    “Home” concurrently ascends fifteen places to #47. It received 401 tracking period spins (+191).

    “Booty” enjoys a ten-place lift to #49. It received 383 spins during the tracking week, besting last week’s mark by 138.

    Up eight places, “MIC Drop” takes #50. The BTS-Aoki-Desiigner collaboration garnered 379 tracking period plays (+128).

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    Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s “Wolves,” Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” Enter Top 40 At Rhythmic Radio

    Two established pop radio hits venture into the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

    Played 649 times during the December 10-16 tracking week (+39), Selena Gomez x Marshmello’s “Wolves” enters rhythmic’s Top 40 at #38. It was below last week’s chart at #42.

    Up three places, Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” takes #40. Lipa’s US breakthrough received 595 tracking period plays (+79).

    “New Rules” concurrently improves to #8 on this week’s pop chart, while holding at #18 on the hot adult contemporary listing. “Wolves” rises to #11 at pop radio and #27 at hot adult contemporary radio.

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    Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” Enters Top 25 At Rhythmic, Farruko, Jacquees Songs Join Top 30

    Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect,” Farruko’s “Krippy Kush (featuring Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage & Rvssian),” and Jacquees’ “At The Club (featuring DeJ Loaf)” improve their positions at rhythmic radio this week.

    “Perfect” officially enters the format’s Top 25, while “Krippy Kush” and “At The Club” earn Top 30 positions on the Mediabase rhythmic radio chart.

    Played 1,074 spins during the December 10-16 tracking period (+339), “Perfect” rises thirteen places to #25.

    “Krippy Kush” concurrently jumps fourteen spots to #27. It received 1,015 spins (+385).

    Up seven places, “At The Club” earns #30. It posted a tracking period play count of 940 (+180).

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    Sofi Tukker’s “Best Friend” Enters Top 40 At Hot AC Radio; James Arthur, NF Songs Top 50

    Sofi Tukker’s “Best Friend (featuring NERVO, The Knocks & Alisa Ueno),” which is in the Top 25 at pop and alternative radio, joins the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase hot adult contemporary chart.

    Played 186 times during the December 10-16 tracking period (+47), “Best Friend” earns #39 on this week’s Hot AC listing. It was below last week’s chart at #42.

    — As “Best Friend” enters the Top 40, songs by James Arthur and NF reach the Hot AC format’s Top 50.

    Arthur’s “Naked,” which received 112 tracking period plays (+77), ranks as Hot AC’s #45 song. It was #61 last week.

    NF’s “Let You Down” concurrently rises nineteen places to #46. It received 107 spins (+77).

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    Camila Cabello, MGK, Eminem, Louis Tomlinson Songs Enter Pop Radio’s Top 50

    Camila Cabello’s “Never Be The Same,” Machine Gun Kelly/X Ambassadors/Bebe Rexha’s “Home,” Eminem’s “River (featuring Ed Sheeran),” and Louis Tomlinson’s “Miss You” are gaining traction at pop radio.

    The four songs officially enter the format’s Top 50 this week.

    Played 789 times during the December 10-16 tracking period (+637), “Never Be The Same” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #44 song. It was #62 last week.

    “Home” concurrently rises six places to #45. It received 670 tracking period plays (+307).

    Despite not officially launching until the sixth day of the tracking period, “River” amassed enough airplay (620 spins) for the #46 position.

    Up nine places, “Miss You” takes #47 on the strength of its 553 plays (+310).

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    Songs By Demi Lovato, Fergie, N.E.R.D & Rihanna Reach Pop Radio’s Top 40

    Three songs move into the Top 40 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.

    Demi Lovato’s “Tell Me You Love Me,” the highest-ranking debut, joins the chart at #32. It was below last week’s chart at #42.

    “Tell Me You Love Me” received 1,577 spins during the December 10-16 tracking week, besting last week’s mark by 557.

    Fergie’s “A Little Work” concurrently improves to #39. The song, which was #41 last week, received 1,114 spins this week (+73).

    N.E.R.D & Rihanna’s “Lemon,” the third Top 40 entry, rises five places to #45. It received 1,075 spins (+176).

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    Beck’s “Up All Night” Remains #1 At Alternative Radio

    Last week, Beck’s “Up All Night” reached #1 on the Mediabase alternative radio airplay chart.

    This week, it keeps that throne.

    “Up All Night” received 2,919 spins during the December 10-16 tracking period. The count trails last week’s mark by 98 plays but keeps “Up All Night” ahead of the competition.

    Thirty Seconds To Mars’ “Walk On Water,” which spends another week at #2, received 2,798 spins during the tracking period (-102).

    Vance Joy’s “Lay It On Me” holds at #3 with 2,489 spins (-151), while a spin count of 2,324 (-92) lifts The Lumineers’ “Angela” one place to #4.

    Down one place, Portugal. The Man’s smash “Feel It Still” takes #5 with 2,290 spins (-146).

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