Tomorrow's Hits: Glenn Morrison, Ryan Kinder, Reykon

HELLO 'GOODBYE'

Canadian DJ Glenn Morrison is headed south as "Goodbye" (Robbins), featuring Islove, is bubbling under at top 40. SiriusXM is leading the dance-pop song's U.S. breakthrough, having played it 121 times combined on Hits 1, 20 on 20 and The Pulse during the Nielsen BDS week ending June 1. Morrison took up house music in his early 20s thanks to a close friend and fellow Torontonian: Deadmau5.

'DOWN' ON THE WAY UP

In May, singer-songwriter Ryan Kinder was on his first national radio promo tour when he learned that his label, Bigger Picture, had suspended operations. Undeterred, Kinder debuts introductory song "Kiss Me When I'm Down" at No. 59 on the Country Airplay chart. His label situation remains unclear, but Kinder's upcoming LP is being co-produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band).

REYKON'S SECRETO IS OUT

Already one of Colombia's top reggaeton acts, Reykon is headed toward his Billboard debut, as "Secretos" (JM World) nears Latin Rhythm Airplay with a 42 percent spike in audience, according to Nielsen BDS. Reykon, who's prepping his album "El Parcero" for September, boasts a rabid fan base, with nearly 1 million Twitter followers.

-Wade Jessen, Amaya Mendizabal and Gary Trust


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