"Cross Me" is a song by English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran featuring American rappers Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock, as the second single of Sheeran's fourth studio album No.6 Collaborations Project. Atlantic Records released the song on 24 May 2019. It follows his recent single "I Don't Care", which was a collaboration with Canadian singer Justin Bieber. ."Cross Me" last week sitting at
#96 and was adopted by Grant CHR & Coles Radio and gained support once again from a few non-metro networks, as well as some of the HIT Network stations as well. "Cross Me" moves from #96 to #56, making a Jump of 40 places on The Hot 100, which makes "Cross Me" This Week's
Power Hit.

The “Nice Guys” finally get a win when Ed Sheeran, a massive pop star still masquerading as an everyman, and Chance the Rapper, a power-tripper masquerading as a holy man, team up for “Cross Me.” Both Sheeran and Chance have made careers out of being the sweetest men in the room. They present themselves as loveable scamps, and that niceness hasn’t gone unnoticed, scoring Sheeran BuzzFeed lists about being the nicest person in show business and getting Chance dubbed the best human of Chicago. Which sets the stage for “Cross Me,” a song that is obviously respectful and appropriately gentlemanly. They’re joined here by the not-so-nice Philly crooner PnB Rock, who just released a record called TrapStar Turnt PopStar yet phones it in hard on this, his biggest opportunity to prove it. This unlikely grouping is sponsored by Sheeran’s upcoming collaborations album, aptly titled No.6 Collaborations Project. “Cross Me” is inoffensive quiet storm pop. It should be hate-proof. Yet the song is so cloying it’s hard not to be cynical about it.

Sheeran, Chance, and PnB Rock each stand ready to defend their lady’s honor, you see. It’s unclear what they’re defending her from and why, but they are ready and willing. Produced by Fred Gibson, who has worked with afrobeats stars like Burna Boy and Mr. Eazi and UK-based rappers like Octavian and Stefflon Don, there’s a bit of throwback R&B sway in this overt pop confection. It’s as if they were trying to work their way up to something like “Sexual Healing” and gave up halfway through. The song is significantly less catchy than the vaguely Caribbean Justin Bieber tag-teamer “I Don’t Care,” which Gibson co-produced with Max Martin. Chance is rapping like he’s doing voiceover work for Adult Swim, or like he’s doing a really mean KYLE impersonation. It’s like watching Stefan Urquelle turn back into Steve Urkel. Sheeran, for his part, is the least awkward-sounding person in this situation, perhaps owed to all the practice being noble. But the song has all the impact of a guy wearing a “male feminist” t-shirt.
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"Before You Go" is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi, released as a single from the extended edition of his debut studio album "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent" on 19 November 2019. The song was written by Lewis Capaldi, Ben Kohn, Pete Kelleher, Phil Plested & Tom Bames & It was produced by TMS. "Before You Go" is the 5th single released off of Capaldi's album titled "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent" Extended edition. "Before You Go" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #29.

When asked who is America’s sweetheart, many answers readily come to mind, but only one of those is correct. Scottish-as-all-hell Lewis Capaldi is undeniably America’s crowning achievement, or at least that’s what his current spot at the top of the Billboard charts would lead us to believe. From begging to play small shows in bars to preparing to open for Niall Horan on his 2020 tour, Capaldi’s journey is as perfect an underdog story as they come.

Now, crowned both a Billboard number one artist and America’s sweetheart, Capaldi’s latest single sees him taking a step back to reflect in his most personal tune to date. “Before You Go” is classic Capaldi at his finest. Sparse in instrumentation, beyond the occasional surges that only seem to rise to match the effortless grace of his voice, the breadth of the emotional weight lies solely in the Scottish artist’s heart-rending lyricism and undeniable vocal prowess.

“Before You Go” is a tried-and-true song of heartbreak, one that is not looking to place blame but solve those questions lacking answers. “So, before you go / Was there something I could’ve said / To make it all stop hurting? / It kills me how your mind can make you feel so worthless,” ponders Capaldi in a pained agony.

The ensuing maelstrom of self-questioning leaves the listener begging the question of if Capaldi’s still-bleeding heart is not necessarily romantic in nature but the result of a greater sense of loss. Capaldi spoke further on “Before You Go” in a heartfelt Instagram post, sharing,

“This past year has been absolutely wild, didn’t in a million years think all of this stuff would happen to me. Less than two years ago I was lucky enough to get a gig in small pubs and bars back home in Scotland and somehow am writing with a number one single in American and getting to play to and meet thousands of ya every night all over the world!”
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Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 Where I Wanna Be
Lee Kernaghan ft. Robby X | UMA
2 Memphis T-Shirt
Melanie Dyer | UMA
3 1, 2 Many
Luke Combs ft. Brooks & Dunn | SME
4 A Little More
Casey Barnes | IND
5 She's Mine
Kip Moore | UMA
6 Diamonds
Morgan Evans | WMA
7 Make Up
Travis Collins | UMA
8 Kinfolks
Sam Hunt | UMA
9 What She Wants Tonight
Luke Bryan | UMA
10 Give It A Miss
Oh Harlow | IND
Adore You
Harry Styles
The Reaper
The Chainsmokers ft. Amy Shark
The Killing Time
Cold Chisel
Nicole Millar
Admit Defeat
Polish Club
Live Forever
Liam Payne & Cheat Codes
Only You
Becky Hill
Put A Little Love On Me
Niall Horan
Reasons I Drink
Alanis Morissette
Thinking About You
Press Club | IND
1 It Might Be Time
Tame Impala | UMA
2 Tokyo Drifting
Glass Animals ft. Denzel Curry | UMA
3 Live In Life
The Rubens | IND
4 Vacation Forever
Violent Soho | IND
5 Meditjin
Baker Boy ft. JessB | UMA
6 everything i wanted
Billie Eilish | UMA
7 I Missed Out
Hockey Dad | IND
8 Ain't Together
King Princess | SME
9 Wild Girl
Kito & Empress Of | UMA
10 So Easy
Triple One ft. Matt Corby & Kwame | IND
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1 Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | SME
2 Dance Monkey
Tones And I | SME
3 Let Me Drink
Guy Sebastian ft. The HamilTones & Wale | SME
4 Choir
Guy Sebastian | SME
5 Diamonds
Morgan Evans | WMA
6 Selfish
Jessica Mauboy | SME
7 Teeth
5 Seconds Of Summer | EMI
8 Better Than Ever
Flight Facilities ft. Aloe Blacc | IND
9 The Greatest Mistakes
Birds of Tokyo | UMA
10 Rushing Back
Flume ft. Vera Blue | FC


Lewis Capaldi | UMA


Ed Sheeran ft. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock | UMA

#29: Before You Go
Lewis Capaldi
#48: Up All Night
#66: Tokyo Drifting
Glass Animals ft. Denzel Curry
#73: Bad Idea!
girl in red
New Entries:New Entries:
Cross Me
Ed Sheeran ft. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock
Arizona Zervas
Nice To Meet Ya
Niall Horan
Higher Love
Kygo & Whitney Houston
Live In Life
The Rubens

#96 -#56

#69 -#41

#68 -#43

#61 -#50

#78 -#57

#83 -#59

It Might Be Time
Tame Impala
I Missed Out
Hockey Dad

#82 -#67

Tainted Love
Soft Cell

#98 -#69

#90 -#76

So Easy
Triple One ft. Matt Corby & Kwame
#82: Blinding Lights
The Weeknd
#87: Ain't Together
King Princess
#89: Freedom
Sampa The Great
Lizzo & Ariana Grande - Good As Hell (Remix)
Maroon 5 - Memories
ReGard - Ride It
Dan + Shay - 10,000 Hours
#95: Hit Me Up
Omar Apollo, Dominic Fike & Kenny Beats
#96: Sunseeker
The Naked & Famous
Good As Hell
Lizzo ft. Ariana Grande
Maroon 5
10,000 Hours
Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber
Ride It
Never Seen The Rain
Tones and I
South Of The Border
Ed Sheeran ft. Camila Cabello & Cardi B
Post Malone
Don't Start Now
Dua Lipa
Post Malone
Sam Feldt ft. RANI
Freya Ridings
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#99: Hate Me (Sometimes)
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