Monday Morning Mediabase Update: July 4-10

Fifth Harmony is making moves on the Pop chart. Their second single from “7/27” has entered the top 20 in that format. “All in My Head (Flex)” joins “Work from Home” in the top 20 in that format and is also top 15 on Rhythmic.

Fantasia is working her third single from her upcoming fifth studio album “The Definition Of…”. Her first single “No Time for It” was a success on UAC, but “Ugly” failed to do much on Country. Back in her home format “Sleeping with the One I Love” has gone top 20 on UAC.

Over on AC, One Direction’s “Perfect” returned to the AC chart (it had previously gone has high as 35). The group has two songs charting in that format right now. Watch for Carrie Underwood’s “Church Bells” to possibly make a run for number one on Country this week.

Blink-182 finally dethrones Drake on the BB200. This is their second number one album (their first was “Take Off Your Pants” in 2001).

1 (NEW) Blink-182 “California” 186K SPS, 172K sales
2 (1) Drake “Views” 117K SPS (+6%)
3 (NEW) Maxwell “blackSUMMERS’night” 59K SPS, 57K sales
4 (2) Beyonce “Lemonade” 39K SPS (-18%)
5 (4) Twenty One Pilot “Blurryface” 38K SPS (+1%)
6 (5) Rihanna “Anti” 36K SPS (-3%)
7 (7) Adele “25” 32K SPS (-3%)
8 (6) “Hamilton” 32K SPS (-11%)
9 (8) “Epic AF” 28K SPS (-1%)
10 (15) Blake Shelton “If I’m Honest” 27K SPS (+41%); 21K sales (+52%), 4K TEA (+23%) 2K SEA (+1%)

Carrie Underwood:
“Church Bells”: ^2 Country (3)

Danny Gokey:
“Tell Your Heart to Beat”: 4 CAC (4)

“Sleeping With the One I Love”: ^19 UAC (22)

Fifth Harmony:
“All in My Head (Flex)”: ^17 Pop (21); ^14 RHY (14)
“Work From Home”: 12 Pop (9); 18 RHY (17); 22 HAC (23)

Jordan Rager:
“Southern Boy” w Jason Aldean: ^34 Country (36)

Jordan Smith;
“Stand in the Light”: 23 AC (22)

Kelly Clarkson:
“Piece by Piece”: 10 AC (10)

Lauren Daigle:
“Trust in You”: 3 CAC (3)

One Direction:
“Drag Me Down”: 41 AC (39)
“Perfect”: ^48 AC (540

Ruben Studdard:
“Can’t Nobody Love You”: ^43 UAC (45)

“Like I Would:” ^26 Pop (24)
“Pillowtalk”: 21 HAC (19); ^21 AC (20)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week. The “^” (aka “a bullet”) indicates that a song gained spins since last week.

Adds listed on AllAccess:
July 11: Country: Lauren Alaina: “Road Less Traveled”
July 18: Country: Chase Rice: “Everybody We Know Does”
July 18: Country: Trent Harmon: “There’s a Girl”
July 18: HAC: Lindsey Stirling ft. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness: “Something Wild”
July 18: AAA: Lindsey Stirling ft. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness: “Something Wild”

This is the daily numbers thread for Monday. Stats collected on Monday morning.

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