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Justin Bieber led on all platforms over the week as radio, netcast, and on demand streams passed 127 million impressions. Broadcast performance totals topped 19,000, the highest performance count of any other track in rotation.
Adult Hits is the final format where Adele is still dominating. Hello kept above 20 million audience streams, almost 3 million more than runner up Meghan Trailor, while generating nearly 9,000 performances.
Though it slipped below its peak of 4.5 million impressions, and declined to 2,100 radio spins, Twenty One Pilots' Stressed Out completed its second month at #1 as Cage The Elephant's Messed Up closed in.
Luke Bryan improved his audience impression streams for Home Alone Tonight, scoring a second week at #1. Bryan also led in total radio performances, at 7,400, but landed in fourth place in total supporters.
Though both tracks slid in radio performances and streaming audience totals, Disturbed's The Light kept ahead of Wash It All Away, from Five Finger Death Punch by 72,000 impressions. It's Disturbed's eighth week at #1.
Pieces Of A Dream finished the week with 158,000 streamcast impressions for All In, enough to jump eight spots to #1, keeping a chart topping run for Mark Etheredge's Connected to a single week (so far).
Airplay for Lukas Graham's 7 Years improved 27 percent over Tuesday's totals, posting the best 24-hour streaming growth among the Top 40 finishers. The track placed 39th for the day, earning 1.8 million impressions and a .8 audience share.
Love Yourself became the new #1 pure play radio track, narrowly beating previous chart topper Sorry by 5,000 streams. Both Justin Bieber hits posted a 3.6 audience share. Rihanna's Work burst into the Top 40 at #31.
Zayn led new radio activity for a second day with Pillowtalk while former bandmates One Direction struggled to find support at #40 with History. Rihanna also repeated Wednesday's stats, placing third with Work. Zayn cracked 100 supporters as Rihanna sailed closer to 200.
The Top 4 tracks beat a 3.0 audience share, with three of those titles besting 8 million streams. At #5, The Weeknd's In The Night reached a pure play daily high.
Try Everything, Shakira's soaring single from the upcoming Disney project Zootopia led radio adds on Tuesday, picking up 53 new playlist approvals.
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US National Airplay Report For The Week Ending February 1, 2016: Roses gives The Chainsmokers their first US Top 10 hit, while a 13 notch move for Hands To Myself lands Selena Gomez her fourth Top 40 placement in the past year. Oakland native G-Eazy vaults 28 positions to #33 with Me, Myself & I
Justin Bieber, Coleman Hell lead Canada for a second week. Bieber's Love Yourself bounced five spots to #3, and Wild Things became Alessia Cara's second Top 40 hit
Fan plays and requests give Justin Bieber three of the Top 5 on demand tracks for the week of February 1. Sorry earned 72 million impressions, well ahead of all other titles
The Weeknd has the new #1 single in Oz with In The Night, the fourth chart single from Beauty Behind The Madness. The track netted over 300 radio plays over the week.