HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, Republic’s Team Spangler lands atop the add board with 83 impact adds on Taylor Swift’s “Is it Over Now?” RCA’s Rothschild crew stacks another 52 adds on Doja Cat’s “Agora Hills” (Kemosabe), while Epic’s Sackheim & Dimig bunch have two tracks in the Top 10, securing 27 more stations on Tyla’s “Water” (FAX) and 10 more on Travis Scott’s “I KNOW?” (Cactus Jack). Warner’s Chester & Reich team have three songs in the Top 10, with 22 additional stations on Kenya Grace’s “Strangers” (Major), 15 more on Teddy Swims’ “Lose Control” and 13 more on Loud Luxury & Two Friends’ “If Only I” f/Bebe Rexha (Armada/Helix). Capitol’s Marella squad brings in an additional 20 stations on Ice Spice & Rema’s “Pretty Girl” (10K Projects) as Interscope’s Team Romano & Lopes have two in the Top 10 with 16 more stations on Olivia Rodrigo’s “get him back!” (Geffen) and 10 more on Jung Kook’s “3D” f/Jack Harlow (Geffen). Columbia’s Gray and staff close out the Top 10 Most Added with 14 additional stations on The Kid LAROI’s “TOO MUCH” f/Jung Kook & Central Cee.

At Rhythm, Davey Dee and Republic take advantage of a clean-up week and secure 18 adds on Drake’s "First Person Shooter" f/J. Cole (OVO), put another 10 on 41’s "Bent" and land seven more commitments on Drake’s other single "Rich Baby Daddy" f/Sexyy Red. RCA’s Lori G and Inca close out another 10 adds on Doja Cat’s "Agora Hills" (Kemosabe). Dixie Tipton and Capitol grab seven new believers on Ice Spice & Rema’s "Pretty Girl" (10K Projects) and another four adds on Offset’s "WORTH IT" f/Don Toliver, while Strazz and Columbia pull in six new stations on The Kid LAROI’s "TOO MUCH" f/Jung Kook & Central Cee.

And at Modern Rock, Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone get Most Added honors again with Green Day’s “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” noting that these are Mediabase auto adds as the panel was closed last week. Congrats to Epic’s Christine Chiappetta for having a huge week with Bakar’s “Alive.” Other winners include Island/Republic’s The Last Dinner Party with “Nothing Matters” and S-Curve/Hollywood’s The Moss with “The Place That Makes Me Happy.”