She may be signed to the rival ‘Sony Music Entertainment’, but it would seem Rita Ora has ‘Universal Music’ to thank today, after their label’s bid to push rapper Iggy Azalea has seen her impact US radio this morning.
Why Rita’s voice is set to dominate your favourite stations this week?
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Twirling to your favourite radio station via Azalea’s ‘Black Widow‘ is Rita, now on course to dominate ‘Rhythmic‘ radio as the song enjoys the biggest chart debut on the format!
Coming after heavy rotation on ‘Top 40‘ and ‘Rhythmic’ pushed ‘Fancy‘ to the US glory, ‘Widow’ casts a similar spell on radio programmers across the country, giving US music lovers no choice but to acknowledge Ora with every spin of the StarGate bop.
Set to help her own single ‘I Will Never Let You Down‘ soar higher than it has in the market, Rita’s radio win comes as Iggy‘s Def Jam pal Jeremih celebrates similar news!
That’s right, after renting out ad space for the single on ‘HITS Daily Double‘, Jeremih‘s ‘Don’t Tell ‘Em’ has scored numerous commitments on ‘Rhythmic‘, set to see its audience impressions rise within the next seven days, despite scoring little love from ‘Top 40‘, where Ariana Grande‘s ‘Problem’ sits at #1.
In the UK, Cheryl Cole‘s ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ shoots up 15 spots on the ‘UK Radio Airplay’ chart, while Usher‘s ‘Good Kisser’ locks lips with enough spins to see him slide 11 spots up to #36, as Ella Henderson‘s ‘Ghost’ sits atop the chart, spun more times than any other song in the country this week.