RADIOWAVE CHARTS

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HITS100:Maroon 5 kicks off a fourth month at #1 for GIRLS LIKE YOU. At 24,999 radio plays, the single fell just one spin detections short of earning a third Gold Chip certification. Netting 230 million impressions, GIRLS... is still performing well on all platforms - broadcast, netcast, vidcasts, and on demand streaming. Off 18 million impressions under last week, GIRLS LIKE YOU remained the only track to crack 200 million, and continue to best runner-up BETTER NOW, from Post Malone, by 100 million streams.
Adds were lite for a third week. Carrie Underwood's LOVE WINS won MOST ADDED for both the Country format, as well as overall, attracting another 67 stations in its second frame. LOVE WINS is actively airing on 72 stations, earning 590 radio spins against 3 million impressions.
Among spins gains, 5 Seconds Of Summer's YOUNGBLOOD increased more than 1,500 radio and netcast spins, landing at #5 with 14545 spins against 101 million impressions. YOUNGBLOOD is now the biggest hit for the Aussie boy band

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HOT COUNTRY: Luke Bryan's SUNRISE, SUNBURN, SUNSET scored a second week at #1, with radio plays just north of 8,900 against 42 million impressions. Airing on 295 stations, Bryan is active on 78 percent of the panel.
Kenny Chesney's former #1 GET ALONG exits the Top 10 this week in its 24th chart week. The single lost 4.6 million impressions and 343 spins to finish the period at 4,829 radio plays against 25 million impressions
The week's MOST ADDED award went to Carrie Underwood, whose LOVE WINS attracted 66 stations at the format, scoring a #62 debut on the strength of 568 radio plays against 2.5 million impressions. Underwood also won the week's MOST ADDED on the HITS100 chart


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HOT VIDEOS: GIRLS LIKE YOU is still dominating the Top Videos chart, this week bringing in 70 million sets of eyes - a dip of 13 million under last week. Eminem scored the top debut again, coming in at #9 with LUCKY YOU. The 10th track on his latest record KAMIKAZE No new clips cracked the Top 20, though there were a number of debuting vids. 6ix9ine's Anuel AA-assisted BEBE nabbed a #31, while Mac Miller's posthumous SELF CARE was behind at #62. View this week's hot vids on YouTube

TRENDING

MUMFORD & SONS

"GUIDING LIGHT"

FROM THE UPCOMING ALBUM DELTA
150,000 Opening Day Views

KANE BROWN

"HOMESICK"

EXPERIMENT OUT NOVEMBER 9
260,000 Opening Day Views

AVRIL LAVIGNE

"HEAD ABOVE WATER"

#110 BUILDING CHART
2.2 Million Opening Day Views