SINGLES REPORT: Clean Bandit’s Symphony ft. Zara Larsson is radio’s most added

Staff Writer

Following the success of Rockabye ft. Sean Paul & Anne Marie (#1 on Hot 100 and ARIA Singles) Clean Bandit’s new Symphony ft. Zara Larsson is the Most Added track to radio this week.

Added to 76 stations last week, its biggest supporters were the Nova Network, regional and metro Hit stations, as well as the Ash London Live show.

After a whirlwind of hype around Drake’s new ‘playlist’, the Toronto rapper dropped his new album More Life. Released last weekend, commercial radio was quick to get behind track Passionfruit in particular. AJR’s Weak, spotlighted in last week’s Singles Report, also saw a successful service to radio.

The last 12 months have seen The Chainsmokers release a string of singles that have propelled them to the forefront of commercial EDM. This week, their acclaimed collaboration  with Coldplay Something Just Like This bumps Ed Sheeran from #1 on the Hot 100 once again, while also topping the Nova Spins chart.

In fact, The Chainsmokers have four current entries in the Hot 100, two of which in the Top 10, and are fast establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with.

Almost a year after the release of his record-breaking album, ZAYN’s new hit Still Got Time signals the beginning of solo album cycle #2 even as his Taylor Swift duet I Don’t Wanna Live Forever is still all over the airwaves, with KIIS showing unwavering support for the track.

Still Got Time will likely blow all the other competition out of the water and is tipped to have a commanding impact on the Hot 100 and other radio charts in the coming weeks.

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