There’s no such thing as Too Much radio airplay for Marshmello, Imanbek & Usher: AirCheck

Chart Highlights    5 November 2020

  • Biggest Mover: Marshmello, Imanbek & Usher’s ‘Too Much’ in at No.26, spins up 231.5
  • High Point: Keith Urban & Pink reach new peak, up 78 spins to No.3 with ‘One Too Many’​
  • New Music: Justin Bieber teams up with Benny Blanco on ‘Lonely’ in at No.39

Marshmello joined forces with Imanbek and Usher, claiming the biggest mover title this week on the AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart, with radio airplay up 206 spins during its second week on the airwaves. Last week the new release earned adds from the Hit and Nova network, while this week Edge Sydney jumped on board. The Nova network showed the strongest support, averaging 40 spins per station and accounting for 67% of the week’s airplay.

Meanwhile, Keith Urban & Pink’s ‘One Too Many’ went from strength to strength, moving into No.3 after gaining 78 spins. KIIS101 Melbourne was the top spinner, adding 50 instances, followed by its counterpart in Sydney – 46 plays. The track has proven its popularity, earning spins on 24 stations across a range of formats including CHR, AC, Hot AC and even Talk.

Last week’s biggest mover – ‘Positions’ by Ariana Grande, continued to rise to No.14, with help from Edge, going from a single spin last week to 31 instances this week. KRock Geelong also began spinning the track this week.

Justin Bieber delivered a more sombre track to the chart, teaming up with Benny Blanco on ‘Lonely’. The release earned 139 spins this week, earning a spot at No.39. 18 stations across Australia supported the track, with the Nova network adding 7 spins per station, the Hit Network just behind at 6 spins per station while the Edge was out in front with a massive 49 instances.




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