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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of September 24, 2021

The universe of releases is expanding for this week’s New Music Friday recap, which includes the current albums from G-Eazy, X Ambassadors and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, as well as new singles from Coldplay, GIVĒON and Kelly Clarkson. These records are rocketing to you:

Notable albums out this week: Alessia Cara‘s In The Meantime (Stream), Angels & Airwaves‘s Lifeforms (Stream), Arkells‘s Blink Once (Stream), Carrie Underwood‘s My Gift (Reissue) (Stream), Des Rocs‘s A Real Good Person In A Real Bad Place (Stream), G-Eazy‘s These Things Happen Too (Stream), Kidd G‘s Down Home Boy (Stream), Lakeyah & DJ Drama‘s My Time (Stream), Larry Fleet‘s Stack Of Records (Stream), Mickey Guyton‘s Remember Her Name (Stream), Nao‘s And Then Life Was Beautiful (Stream), Natalie Imbruglia‘s Firebird (Stream), RaeLynn‘s Baytown (Stream), The Greeting Committee‘s Dandelion (Stream), Third Eye Blind‘s Our Bande Apart (Stream), Tremonti‘s Marching In Time (Stream), Unto Others‘s Strength (Stream), Wrabel‘s These Words Are All For You (Stream), X Ambassadors‘s The Beautiful Liar (Stream), YoungBoy Never Broke Again‘s Sincerely, Kentrell (Stream), Zac Clark‘s Holy Sh*t (Stream), Dear Evan Hansen (Soundtrack) (Stream), I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute To The Velvet Underground & Nico (Stream)

Notable EPs out this week: Alina Bariz‘s Sunbeam (Stream), Ben Chandler‘s Unity (Stream), Cold War Kids‘s New Age Norms 3 (Stream), Eves Karydas‘s Reruns (Stream), L Devine‘s Near Life Experience (Part Two) (Stream), Larry June & Cardo‘s Into The Late Night (Stream), Matilda Mann‘s Sonder (Stream), Midwxst‘s Back In Action (Stream), Ringo Starr‘s Change The World (Stream), Sam Ryder‘s The Sun’s Gonna Rise (Stream), Sheppard‘s Love Was Never Easy (Stream), The Score‘s Chrysalis (Stream)

New digital singles that you can buy/stream this week include:
“22 Break”, Oh Wonder (Stream)
“A Hunger In Your Haunt”, Biffy Clyro (Stream)
“A Woman’s World”, Amy Allen (Stream)
“After All”, Elton John & Charlie Puth (Stream)
“All Damn Day!”, Ant Saunders (Stream)
“Alone”, Trevor Daniel (Stream)
“Asking For A Friend”, Brigetta (Stream)
“Asylum”, Vended (Stream)
“Bad Situations”, Morray (Stream)
“Besito”, BIA featuring G Herbo (Stream)
“Better Days”, NEIKED x Mae Muller x Polo G (Stream)
“Better Days (Galantis Remix)”, Dermot Kennedy (Stream)
“Big Energy”, Latto (Stream)
“Blame”, Gabriels (Stream)
“Boys Are From Mars”, Princess Nokia featuring Yung Baby Tate (Stream)
“Brainless” and “L$D”, DREAMERS (Stream)
“Brightside”, The Lumineers (Stream)
“Can We Be Friends?”, KIRBY (Stream)
“Chips”, Royal & The Serpent featuring American Teeth (Stream)
“Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)”, Kelly Clarkson (Stream)
“Cloudy Day (Acoustic)”, Tones And I (Stream)
“Come Through”, Bankrol Hayden & Lil Tecca (Stream)
“Country Outta My Girl”, Morgan Evans (Stream)
“Crimson Blue”, Keith Urban (Stream)
“Day At A Time”, Sebastian Javier (Stream)
“Death Wish”, Role Model (Stream)
“Don’t Say You Love Me”, JC Stewart (Stream)
“Don’t Stop Loving Me”, Joshua Speers featuring SKAAR (Stream)
“Dragonball”, McFly (Stream)
“Driving Me Crazy”, Toian (Stream)
“Drum Dummy”, Sheff G (Stream)
“Emily”, James Arthur (Stream)
“Fake”, Lola Young (Stream)
“Fall Into Me”, Forest Blakk (Stream)
“Fire”, Joesef (Stream)
“First Call”, JESSIA (Stream)
“Flow HP”, Don Omar & Residente (Stream)
“For Tonight”, GIVĒON (Stream)
“Good Morning”, Matt Maltese (Stream)
“Good Times”, Chord Overstreet (Stream)
“Goodbye”, Nathan Dawe x T. Matthias (Stream)
“Grow Old”, Matt Cooper (Stream)
“Gullible”, Sam Gellaitry (Stream)
“Hard Skool”, Guns N’ Roses (Stream)
“Headcase”, Matthew Young (Stream)
“Here Goes Nothing”, Michael Schulte (Stream)
“How Will I Know”, Whitney Houston & Clean Bandit (Stream)
“Howling”, Mehro (Stream)
“I Remember”, BBNO$ (Stream)
“If He’s In Your Bed”, JORDY (Stream)
“If You Loved Me Right”, Beth McCarthy (Stream)
“It Only Gets Worse, I Promise”, EKKSTACY (Stream)
“LDQ (Little Drama Queen)”, PUBLIC (Stream)
“Life’s A B*tch (L.A.B.)”, Nina Nesbitt (Stream)
“LMAO%%%”, Drippin’ So Pretty (Stream)
“Lose You Too”, Harley Alaska (Stream)
“Main Character”, Zach Hood (Stream)
“Monday”, The Regrettes (Stream)
“Mood Swings”, Scotty Sire (Stream)
“My Universe”, Coldplay & BTS (Stream)
“Next Girlfriend”, Gia Woods (Stream)
“Nicer”, Katelyn Tarver (Stream)
“Not In Love With You”, Jessie James Decker (Stream)
“OK”, TooManyLeftHands (Stream)
“Okay With It”, Blame My Youth (Stream)
“On My Knees”, RÜFÜS DU SOL (Stream)
“Only One”, Pia Mia (Stream)
“Out Of My League”, Brando x Kiesza (Stream)
“Over”, Lucky Daye (Stream)
“Overloved”, Greyson Chance (Stream)
“Paradise”, Alan Walker, K-391 & Boy In Space (Stream)
“Party ‘Round My Place”, Aitch featuring Avelino (Stream)
“Passing By”, Keenan Te (Stream)
“Peachi”, Chloe George (Stream)
“Pleasures”, Jordan Hollywood (Stream)
“Popstar”, Remme (Stream)
“Right On Time (In Symphony)”, Brandi Carlile (Stream)
“Royal Morning Blue”, Damon Albarn (Stream)
“Sejodioto”, Karol G (Stream)
“Shotgun Blues”, Volbeat (Stream)
“Sleepy People”, Peach Martine (Stream)
“Slow Separation”, Fergus James (Stream)
“Sosa Flow”, SpotemGottem (Stream)
“Strawberry Huracan”, MASN (Stream)
“Sunshine (Billen Ted Remix), Liam Payne (Stream)
“Take Me On”, Pixey (Stream)
“Talk”, Budjerah featuring MAY-A (Stream)
“Thanks A Lot, Now I Can’t Smile”, Rhys (Stream)
“That’s How It Goes”, Zoe Wees featuring 6LACK (Stream)
“The Internet”, GRACEY (Stream)
“Tonight United”, Duran Duran (Stream)
“Twinnem”, Coi Leray (Stream)
“U&Me”, alt-J (Stream)
“Up In Flames”, B3N & Bella Thorne (Stream)
“Valkyrie”, Lou Roy (Stream)
“Vampire”, Payday featuring Danny Brown (Stream)
“Voices”, Jana Kramer (Stream)
“War Outside”, Kojey Radical featuring Lex Amor (Stream)
“What If”, Ne-Yo (Stream)
“What If I Told You”, Daya (Stream)
“What It Is”, Amber Mark (Stream)
“Whiter Shade Of Pale”, Santana featuring Steve Winwood (Stream)
“Wings”, Montell Fish (Stream)
“You & I (All I Need)”, Karen Harding (Stream)
“You Don’t Have A Heart”, Skinny Days, CLMD & JOP (Stream)
“Your Heart”, Joyner Lucas & J. Cole (Stream)

Next week, the latest albums from Brandi CarlileJoJo and Tony Bennett/Lady Gaga are among the larger releases on the schedule. For Adam’s personal picks of the week, listen to the PGTC Friday Faves list on Spotify!

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RADIO ACTIVE — A Weekly Chart CHRonicle (March 14, 2021)

Welcome to Radio Active, a Sunday evening report from POP! Goes The Charts that gets to the chart of the matter: all the highlights from the CHR/Top 40 chart, as published by Mediabase 24/7 and Mediabase Research. As we wait and see who will be taking home some GRAMMY statues tonight, here’s a look at what’s popping at the format this week:

LICENSE RENEWAL: For the third week in a row, Olivia Rodrigo remains at the top spot on the pop radio chart with “Driver’s License”. While still in positive territory, the big hit was up a mere 45 spins vs. last week. That being said, it’s more than 2,600 spins ahead of the song at #2, so it’ll still be hanging around at the top for a fourth week next Sunday.

The new duo of Silk Sonic scores this week’s top entry in the top 40 with “Leave The Door Open”, making a giant move from 43-25 on the list. Their first charting title also marks the 22nd and first entries in the region individually for Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, respectively. Climbing from 41-38, G-Eazy and Chris Brown provide the top 40 with a new hit called, well, “Provide”. This is the 11th time in the top 40 for G-Eazy and the 36th for Brown. Jessia is also rising on the pop list with “I’m Not Pretty”. The track takes a nice jump from 44-39 this week, marking her first trip into the region.

In the top 50, Bebe Rexha leads a set of four debuts at #44 with “Sacrifice”, followed by Justin Bieber and “Hold On” at #45. His forthcoming album Justice is due on Friday. The recent viral hit “Calling My Phone” starts at #47 for Lil Tjay and 6LACK, which is flying through the top 20 on the Rhythmic radio chart and approaching the region on the Urban survey. Lastly, “Watchu Tryna Do?” puts chart newcomer GiGi Vega in the #50 spot this week.

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ADD LIB — Brace For (CHR) Impact (February 23, 2021)

Welcome to Add Lib, your Tuesday report on POP! Goes The Charts that’s mad about CHR/Top 40 adds, based on the station data provided by Mediabase 24/7 and Add Board. This week: the pop panel shifts into overdrive for Conan Gray. Let’s add ’em up:

GRAY SLAYS: As he looks for his third top 40 hit at the format, Conan Gray is off to a great start with “Overdrive”. With 45 adds during the session, it’s the Most Added song at Top 40 radio this week. Labelmates Glass Animals take second place with 41 new commitments on “Heat Waves”, their current top five track on the Alternative radio list. Rounding out the top three, AJR picks up a nice 24 adds for “Way Less Sad”, still two weeks ahead of its official impact date. The release either led or tied for first at both the Alternative and Hot AC formats this week.

Charting singles from Daya, Dua Lipa and Masked Wolf returned to the top ten on the adds report this week.

We’ll see you for more chart activity next Tuesday on the birthday week edition of the report!

MOST ADDED — THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
1. CONAN GRAY, “Overdrive” (Republic)
2. GLASS ANIMALS, “Heat Waves” (Republic)
3. AJR, “Way Less Sad” (S-Curve/Hollywood)
4. DAYA, “Bad Girl” (Sandlot/AWAL)
5. DUA LIPA, “We’re Good” (Warner)
6. MASKED WOLF, “Astronaut In The Ocean” (Elektra/EMG)
7. CARDI B, “Up” (Atlantic)
8-T. G-EAZY featuring CHRIS BROWN & MARK MORRISON, “Provide” (RCA)
8-T. SZA, “Good Days” (Top Dawg/RCA)
8-T. THE KID LAROI, “Without You” (Grade A/Columbia)

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RADIO REPORT: What’s Popping At Top 40 Radio This Week (February 22-23, 2021)

It’s time once again to analyze the airwaves and find out if your favorite new releases will be lighting up your local station’s playlist this week. Which tunes will climb to the top and which ones will hit a stop? Here are two singles impacting this week at the Top 40 format:

CONAN GRAY, “Overdrive” (Republic)
Album: TBA (2021)
Past T40 History: Gray reached the top 30 in the fall with his ballad “Heather”. He’s now looking for his third top 40 song to date.

G-EAZY featuring CHRIS BROWN & MARK MORRISON, “Provide” (RCA)
Album: TBA (2021)
Past T40 History: This track samples Morrison’s “Return Of The Mack”, his signature song that reached #4 at this format in 1997.

Next week: Fat Joe is ready to light up the format with some sunshine, as he aims for his first top 40 hit since 2005.

How will these songs perform on the adds report? Let me know!

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RADIO ACTIVE — A Weekly Chart CHRonicle (February 21, 2021)

Welcome to Radio Active, a Sunday evening report from POP! Goes The Charts that gets to the chart of the matter: all the highlights from the CHR/Top 40 chart, as published by Mediabase 24/7 and Mediabase Research. Ready for our rocket ride to planet pop? It’s time for all you audio astronauts to discover what’s popping at the format this week:

ALIVE AT “35”: Pop superstar Ariana Grande remains at the top for a second week with “34+35”, the second consecutive chart-topper from her recent studio album Positions. However, Grande’s hit is likely to be unseated next week, as Olivia Rodrigo cruises down the highway of hits from 5-2 with “Driver’s License”.

New to the top 40, Cardi B moves from 44-39 with “Up”, while SZA rises a spot from 41-40 with “Good Days”. It’s the ninth top 40 song here for the former and the sixth for the latter. (Had Mediabase credited Cardi B for her featured slot on Ed Sheeran‘s “South Of The Border” that she shared with Camila Cabello, it would be her tenth.)

Format newcomers Masked Wolf and Jessia lead three new entries in the top 50 with their current viral tracks “Astronaut In The Ocean” and “I’m Not Pretty”, which debut at #43 and #44, respectively. Further down, G-Eazy lands at #48 with his Chris Brown and Mark Morrison-assisted “Provide”, which samples the latter’s 1997 hit “Return Of The Mack”.

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ADD LIB — Brace For (CHR) Impact (February 16, 2021)

Welcome to Add Lib, your Tuesday report on POP! Goes The Charts that’s mad about CHR/Top 40 adds, based on the station data provided by Mediabase 24/7 and Add Board. This week: Dua Lipa is all good with a huge week at the format. Let’s add ’em up:

“GOOD” TIMES: Soaring onto the adds report with 153 stations on impact, Dua Lipa easily takes the Most Added title at the Top 40 format this week with “We’re Good”, a new single from the Moonlight Edition of her giant album Future Nostalgia. It landed at #34 on last Sunday’s official chart and looks to be climbing solidly by the weekend.

Well behind Lipa, Cardi B and Daya tied with 21 adds and a second place rank for “Up” and “Bad Girl”, respectively. Both singles reached the top 50 on Sunday due to a larger purge of older songs.

Charting singles from Ava Max, SZA and The Kid LAROI returned to the top ten on the adds report this week.

After finishing in eighth place this week, G-Eazy‘s collaboration with Chris Brown and Mark Morrison hopes that the panel is ready to provide it with some more adds next Tuesday.

MOST ADDED — THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN (ELEVEN)
1. DUA LIPA, “We’re Good” (Warner)
2-T. CARDI B, “Up” (Atlantic)
2-T. DAYA, “Bad Girl” (Sandlot/AWAL)
4-T. AVA MAX, “My Head & My Heart” (Atlantic)
4-T. DOJA CAT, “Streets” (Kemosabe/RCA)
6-T. GLASS ANIMALS, “Heat Waves” (Republic)
6-T. THE KID LAROI, “Without You” (Grade A/Columbia)
8-T. G-EAZY featuring CHRIS BROWN & MARK MORRISON, “Provide” (RCA)
8-T. TIËSTO, “The Business” (Atlantic)
10-T. JESSIA, “I’m Not Pretty” (Artist Driven/Republic)
10-T. SZA, “Good Days” (Top Dawg/RCA)

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ADD LIB — Brace For (CHR) Impact (November 10, 2020)

Welcome to Add Lib, your Tuesday report on POP! Goes The Charts that’s mad about CHR/Top 40 adds, based on the station data provided by Mediabase 24/7 and Add Board. This week: Ashnikko sprouts at the format with her first tune to head for adds. Let’s add ’em up:

FRESH AS A “DAISY”: In a very slow week at the format, Ashnikko’s viral hit “Daisy” secured the top spot on the report with 24 stations on impact. Landing in the runner-up spot with 23 stations, Ariana Grande‘s “34+35” (last week’s Most Added song) and the Maluma and The Weeknd collaboration “Hawái” fell just behind her.

Charting singles from Harry Styles and Ritt Momney returned to the top ten on the adds report this week.

Next week: I think, therefore, I add. Billie Eilish‘s new one is about to hit the airwaves in a big way.

MOST ADDED — THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN (THIRTEEN)
1. ASHNIKKO, “Daisy” (Warner)
2-T. ARIANA GRANDE, “34+35” (Republic)
2-T. MALUMA & THE WEEKND, “Hawái” (Sony Latin/RCA)
4. BEBE REXHA featuring DOJA CAT, “Baby, I’m Jealous” (Warner)
5. HARRY STYLES, “Golden” (Erskine/Columbia)
6. RITT MOMNEY, “Put Your Records On” (Disruptor/Columbia)
7. MACHINE GUN KELLY x BLACKBEAR, “My Ex’s Best Friend” (Bad Boy/Interscope)
8. INTERNET MONEY featuring GUNNA, DON TOLIVER & NAV, “Lemonade” (10K Projects/Capitol)
9-T. DRAKE featuring LIL DURK, “Laugh Now Cry Later” (OVO/Republic)
9-T. G-EAZY featuring BLACKBEAR, “Hate The Way” (RCA-Interscope)
9-T. JASON DERULO, “Take You Dancing” (APG/Atlantic)
9-T. JOEL CORRY featuring MNEK, “Head & Heart” (Big Beat/EMG)
9-T. MARSHMELLO & IMANBEK featuring USHER, “Too Much” (Joytime Collective/RCA)

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RADIO ACTIVE — A Weekly Chart CHRonicle (November 1, 2020)

Welcome to Radio Active, a Sunday evening report from POP! Goes The Charts that gets to the chart of the matter: all the highlights from the CHR/Top 40 chart, as published by Mediabase 24/7 and Mediabase Research. The mood is right once again for the newest songs and stats from the top of the pop airwaves. Let’s see what’s popping at the format this week:

GOLDN YEARS: 24KGoldn and Iann Dior score a second week at #1 on the Top 40 radio chart with “Mood”. The big hit is well ahead of its nearest competitor by over 2,900 spins and should manage a third frame at the summit quite easily. Meanwhile, it stays in the runner-up position on this week’s Rhythmic chart update, with little movement elsewhere.

Moving into the top 40 this week, G-Eazy and Blackbear lift from 42-36 with “Hate The Way”, becoming their tenth and sixth top 40 entries at the format, respectively. The label/collective Internet Money leaps from 43-38 with “Lemonade”, their collaboration with Gunna, Don Toliver and Nav. This track marks the first top 40 hit for all four performers here, but they’ve all seen prior top 40 action at the Rhythmic and Urban formats. Finally, the late Pop Smoke scores his first top 40 entry here with “What You Know ‘Bout Love”, a song that you know is up from 41-39.

After reaching the top 20 this week with the title cut from her new album Positions, which was released on Friday, Ariana Grande debuts at #45 with her second single from the set: “34+35”. Format newcomer Ritt Momney has his first entry at #49 with a cover of “Put Your Records On”. The track was originally a top ten hit at the AC, Hot AC and Triple A formats for Corinne Bailey Rae in 2006 and 2007. (It didn’t reach the Top 40 list at the time.) Finally, Marshmello and Imanbek are new at #50 this week with the Usher-assisted “Too Much”. Usher hopes to score his first top 40 hit at the format since the summer of 2015.

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ADD LIB — Brace For (CHR) Impact (October 27, 2020)

Welcome to Add Lib, your Tuesday report on POP! Goes The Charts that’s mad about CHR/Top 40 adds, based on the station data provided by Mediabase 24/7 and Add Board. This week: Ariana Grande knows her way around the top position, as she earns the most adds this week by far. Let’s add ’em up, shall we?

THE RIGHT “POSITIONS”: Ariana Grande had a huge week at the Top 40 format with “Positions”, picking up 167 stations and the Most Added title. It was the second Most Added song on yesterday’s Hot AC log with another 18 adds there. The song landed at #28 on this past Sunday’s published report and is headed towards the top 20 by this weekend.

Meanwhile, Harry Styles finished in second place this week with “Golden”, picking up another 51 stations for a total of 114 so far. The track climbed to #39 on the same published report and should continue to fly through the fall.

Charting singles from G-Eazy, Jason Derulo and Why Don’t We returned to the top ten on the adds report this week.

Next week: as we head out to the polls for Election Day, David Guetta and Sia are up against Ritt Momney in the battle to grab pop radio’s vote for president(s) of the adds report.

MOST ADDED — THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
1. ARIANA GRANDE, “Positions” (Republic)
2. HARRY STYLES, “Golden” (Erskine/Columbia)
3. JASON DERULO, “Take You Dancing” (APG/Atlantic)
4. WHY DON’T WE, “Fallin'” (Signature Ent./Atlantic)
5. INTERNET MONEY featuring GUNNA, DON TOLIVER & NAV, “Lemonade” (10K Projects/Capitol)
6. MACHINE GUN KELLY x BLACKBEAR, “My Ex’s Best Friend” (Bad Boy/Interscope)
7-T. BEBE REXHA featuring DOJA CAT, “Baby, I’m Jealous” (Warner)
7-T. G-EAZY featuring BLACKBEAR, “Hate The Way” (RCA-Interscope)
9. CHRIS BROWN x YOUNG THUG, “Go Crazy” (RCA-300 Ent.)
10. JUSTIN BIEBER & BENNY BLANCO, “Lonely” (Def Jam-Friends Keep Secrets/Interscope)

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RADIO ACTIVE — A Weekly Chart CHRonicle (October 25, 2020)

Welcome to Radio Active, a Sunday evening report from POP! Goes The Charts that gets to the chart of the matter: all the highlights from the CHR/Top 40 chart, as published by Mediabase 24/7 and Mediabase Research. We hope you’re in the mood for some songs and stats. Let’s see what’s popping at the format this week:

HEART OF GOLDN: Format newcomers 24KGoldn and Iann Dior leap from 3-1 on the Top 40 chart with “Mood”. The song is doing well across several other U.S. formats: it climbs to #2 on this week’s Rhythmic chart and is moving through the top 15 and top 25 on the Alternative and Hot AC radio charts, respectively.

Ariana Grande has the week’s top new entry with “Positions”, a song that blasts into the #28 spot after only two days of airplay. It marks the singer’s 23rd top 40 single at this format. It’s also the title cut from her upcoming album, which is out on Friday. Up from 45-34 on the survey, Bebe Rexha and Doja Cat are moving quickly with “Baby, I’m Jealous”. The entry gives the two women their 17th and fourth top 40 hits, respectively. Harry Styles is next in line, as he rises from 47-39 with his sixth solo top 40 hit and third from his Fine Line album, “Golden”. Lastly, up a single notch to #40, Madison Beer achieves her third top 40 single with “Baby”.

In the top 50, G-Eazy and Blackbear come in at #42 with “Hate The Way”, their first charting collaboration. Joji checks in at #47 with the song he hopes will become his second top 40 single at the format, “Your Man”. Singer and songwriter Julia Michaels also makes it onto the list this week with “Lie Like This”, which starts at #48, while Bea Miller sneaks in at #49 with “Feel Something”.

For those of you craving some Ocean Spray and a little Fleetwood Mac, the legendary group’s 1977 chart-topper turned 2020 viral hit “Dreams” would’ve been at #52 this week if it was converted back to current status. If any changes are made, we’ll let you know.

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