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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40, Warner pulls in 24 adds on impact for Ashnikko’s "Daisy," making it the #1 Most Added record today, 11/10. Republic stacks another 23 adds on Ariana Grande’s "34+35," and RCA brings in 23 adds on Maluma X The Weeknd’s "Hawaii" (Sony Music Latin). Warner also scores another 19 stations on Bebe Rexha’s "Baby, I'm Jealous" f/Doja Cat (RCA). Columbia puts two in the Top 10 Most Added with 18 more adds on Harry Styles’ "Golden" and 14 more on Ritt Momney’s "Put Your Records On" (Disruptor). Interscope pulls in another 10 stations on Machine Gun Kelly & blackbear's "My Ex's Best Friend" (Bad Boy). Capitol adds nine more stations to Internet Money’s "Lemonade" f/Gunna, Toliver & Nav. Closing out the Top 10 Most Added in a three-way tie with eight new adds each is Drake’s "Laugh Now Cry Later" f/Lil Durk (OVO/Republic), G-Eazy’s "Hate the Way" f/blackbear (Interscope-RCA) and Marshmello & Imanbek’s "Too Much" f/Usher (Joytime Collective/RCA).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Columbia’s The Kid LAROI grabs 23 more stations on “So Done,” following up a handful of early commitments. OVO/Empire/Warner’s Yung Bleu gets 16 adds on “You’re Mines Still” f/Drake, while Warner’s Saweetie gets eight more stations on “Back to the Streets” f/Jhene Aiko and Epic’s DDG closes out seven more commitments on “Moonwalking in Calabasas.”

And at Modern Rock, RCA’s Dennis Blair had a blowout week at all things rock as Foo Fighters’ new “Shame Shame” took the #1 Most Added honor. Other winners include Epic’s Bakar with “1st Time,” Hollywood’s Dreamers with “True Crime” f/DeathbyRomy, Republic’s Glass Animals with “Heat Waves” and RCA’s Cage the Elephant with “Skin and Bones.”

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