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HITS100: The Zedd, Maren Morris & Gray collaboration THE MIDDLE, finished up its first month at #1, netting 168 million impressions against 26,000 radio spins. That's 4,000 less than former #1 MEANT TO BE from Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia line, but THE MIDDLE is perfoming better at on demand a video outlets. Rexha, however, picked up her 6th GOLD CHIP certification for MEANT... since it once again finished the week above 30,000 radio plays

TOP POP

imageChild Gambino scored a MOST ADDED win, and a #35 debut with his latest, THIS IS AMERICA. Gambino, the alter-ego of actor Donald Glover, launched on 94 stations, and earned nearly 48 million impressions for the week. Zedd, Maren Morris and Gray held on to #1 for another week.

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HOT COUNTRY

imageKane Brown scored his second #1 hit as HEAVEN bounces Jason Aldean's YOU MAKE IT EASY out of the top spot after a two week run. It's Brown's second #1, following the Laura Alaina collab WHAT IF'S back in September. Brown netted just seven spins more than Aldean.

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BREAKOUTS

ADDS & AIRPLAY

Childish Gambino launched on to the HITS100 at #35 on both a MOST ADDED win, and 47 million opening week impressions

TRENDING

Another Top 10 hits for Ariana Grande. NO TEARS LEFT TO CRY, the kickoff single from her upcoming fourth album, SWEETNER, vaulted from #11 to #5

BREAKOUTS

Nicky Jam & J Balvin scored the Prime Mover among the Top 40 singles, X jumps from #28 to #14 in its ninth week on the HITS100