US Pop Radio Update: All reputation tracks hit Top 100 with just 2 days in the tracking week

Nov 13, 2017 Entertainment Music Mediabase

For the radio tracking week of November 5 to 11, all 15 tracks from Taylor Swift’s new album reputation have surged into the Top 100, with 11 of them debuting after just 2 days of tracking (November 10 & 11). Six of them, including 3 brand new tracks hold top 60 positions.

Current radio single “..Ready For It?” leads the way at #14. Previous radio single (and former pop radio #1) “Look What You Made Me Do” takes #28, while pre-release track “Gorgeous” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #45 song. “Call It What You Want,” another pre-release track, earns #62 on the strength of its 215 spins.

How did the eleven brand new tracks fare for the November 5-11 tracking period? We detail the positions below.

— “End Game (featuring Ed Sheeran & Future)” ranks as the Mediabase pop panel’s #50 song. It received 391 spins.

— “Delicate” takes #57 with 263 plays.

— “I Did Something Bad” grabs #60 with 238 plays.

— “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” claims #64 with 199 plays.

— “Don’t Blame Me” earns #68 with 162 spins.

— “King Of My Heart” reaches #71 with 158 plays.

— “Dancing With Our Hands Tied” takes #74 with 149 spins.

— “Dress” earns #76 with 142 spins.

— “New Year’s Day” reaches #78 with 134 spins.

— “Getaway Car” grabs #85 thanks to its 101 plays.

— “So It Goes” takes #86. It also received 101 plays, but evidently loses the tiebreaker (its airplay came from fewer stations)



Source: Mediabase

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