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MERCURY ORBITS AJR
The Met brothers have a new label home. (5/17a)
NEW RELEASES: KING
KENDRICK RETURNS
Another record-breaking debut week. (5/17a)
PRIDE & JOY
From the archives (5/17a)
NEW & DEVELOPING ARTISTS: Q2 EDITION
Place your bets here. (5/17a)
STREAMING SONGS: SUMMER HEAT
His lucky number is 23. (5/16a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
Who's next?
MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
POP MART
POP GO THE WEASELS
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Columbia's Harry Styles will move to the #1 position in a mere six weeks since impact with "As It Was” and labelmate Dove Cameron joins the Top 5 with "Boyfriend" (Disruptor). Entering the Top 20 this week will be Warner's The Walters with "I Love You So" and Capitol's Sam Smith with "Love Me More," while Virgin's LAUV makes his way into the Top 30 with “All 4 Nothing (I’m So in Love).” Making their chart debuts this week will be RCA's Khalid with "Skyline" (Right Hand), Capitol's Leah Kate with "10 Things I Hate About You" (10K Projects), Island's Lauren Spencer-Smith with "Flowers" (Republic) and Columbia's Nicky Youre with "Sunroof" f/dazy all to debut on the chart.  


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAPS

Interscope brings in 63 adds on impact for Lady Gaga's "Hold My Hand" from Top Gun: Maverick as the #1 Most Added track today. RCA puts another 48 adds on Khalid’s "Skyline" (Right Hand) on its official impact date, while Columbia corrals in 29 early adds on Nicky Youre’s Sunroof" f/dazy and Justin Bieber scores another 18 stations on "Honest" f/Don Toliver (Def Jam/Universal). Capitol puts two songs in the Top 10 this week, picking up 15 more stations on Leah Kate’s "10 Things I Hate About You" (10K Projects) and 13 additional adds on Sam Smith's "Love Me More.” RCA also scores 14 early adds on Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott’s "Where Are You Now.”


 
 
WILL CALDER HEADS BACK TO AUDACY

Audacy welcomes Will Calder back to Miami as Director of Programming and Operations of Power 96 (WPOW). 

Overseeing content strategy for the station and specific areas of operations for additional stations in Miami, the appointment marks Calder’s second stint with Power 96, previously serving as assistant Program Director and midday talent for the station from 2013 to 2018.

“We’re excited to bring Will back to Miami to oversee programming of this local favorite,” said Claudia Menegus, Regional President, Audacy. “His extensive background and his connection to this market provides a vision and strategic plan to draw on the brand's rich legacy and position Power 96 for continued success.” 

“I’m so excited and humbled to join the team at Audacy Miami and reunite with my former colleagues at the legendary Power 96,” added Calder. “Big thanks to Jeff Sottolano, Dave Richards, Claudia Menegus and everyone at Audacy who helped to make this opportunity a reality.”

Most recently serving as Director of Branding and Programming for Cox Media Group’s WPYO-Orlando and WPOI-Tampa, Calder launched his career in 2001 and has held various positions in his 20+ year career, including Big CityRadio (WKIE) in Chicago, Audacy Milwaukee’s 103.7 Kiss FM (WXSS) and 99.1 Mix (WMYX), WXRK in New York.


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

RCA's Latto will slide back into the #1 spot with "Big Energy" (Streamcut) and Columbia's Harry Styles looks to be next up with "As It Was." Columbia also has Dove Cameron’s "Boyfriend" joining the Top 10, while labelmate The Kid LAROI’s "Thousand Miles" enters the Top 20. RCA's Doja Cat makes the jump into the Top 20 with "Get into It (Yuh)” (Kemosabe) as Capitol's Sam Smith is set to move Top 25 with "Love Me More." Debuting on the chart this week will be Interscope’s Lady Gaga with "Hold My Hand" and Def Jam/Universal’s Justin Bieber with "Honest" f/Don Toliver.