Though fading, Wiz Khalifa still managed a three-day netcast airplay win for See You Again. The Weeknd surged again with Can't Feel My Face, but Fetty Wap collapsed.
Most titles were up across the board on the busiest netcast day of the week. Heading into the closing period before the Thursday chart close, Worth It, from Fifth Harmony, made another step toward the Pure Play Top 10, and Silento posted the best day-to-day growth.wednesday
Though Taylor Swift no doubt will dominate the RadioWave 100 for a fourth week when the chart is published on Friday, See You Again, from Wiz Khalifa, is set to easily dominate netcast airplay for a fifth time. At the midway point, Khalifa had netted 31.4 million impressions.trends
Tuesday featured strong airplay for both Wiz Khalifa's See You Again, and Taylor Swift's Bad Blood. Both singles sailed past 10 million impressions. Cheerleader, from OMI, cracked the Top 5 for the first time, and Jidenna's Classic Man rose 30 percent in 24 hours.tuesday
Monday netcast airplay was stable, with the entire Top 5 locked in place from their weekend positions, as Swift inched toward #1.
90 million netcast audience impression totals put Taylor Swift's Bad Blood on top of the RadioWave 100 for a fourth week.
Andy Grammer's Honey, I'm Good is catching up, but Walk The Moon managed to pull out another win with Shut Up And Dance.
X Ambassadors remained comfortably ahead in netcast airplay totals with Renegade, bringing their run at #1 to five consecutive weeks.
Jason Aldean's Tonight Looks Good On You ended a two week run at the top of the NetCountry 100 for Blake Shelton's Sangria.
Breaking Benjamin's Failure entered its first month at #1, reamaining ahead of runner-up Little Monster by 300,000 impressions.
Rio Drive, by Gregg Karukas, held firm at #1 for a second week, earning almost 200 plays against 177,000 audience impressions.