A remix of the song, released in 2016, features Sean Paul and is the more popular version of the song. "Cheap Thrills" peaked at #2 on the UK Singles Chart and at #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song is also featured on NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 59 (US) and NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 94 (UK).
The first line of the first and second verses of the song is "Come on, come on, turn the radio on." Most radio stations globally did not change the lyric when the song was played. However, some radio stations played their own version of the song, in which "the radio" was changed to the station's name.
|Radio Station||Location||New Lyric||Audio||Notes|
|Capital FM||United Kingdom (various cities)||"Come on, come on, turn Capital on"|||
|Radio 538||Netherlands (based in Hilversum)||"Come on, come on, Radio 538's on"|||
|Radio Station||Location||New Lyric||Notes|
|94.7 Fresh FM - WIAD-FM ||Washington, DC, US||"Come on, come on, turn Fresh FM on"||Station rebranded as 94.7 The Drive|
|98 PXY (97.9 FM) - WPXY-FM ||Rochester, NY, US||"Come on, come on, turn PXY on"|
|102.7 KIIS FM - KIIS-FM ||Los Angeles, CA, US||"Come on, come on, turn KIIS FM on"|
|Radio Disney ||United States (various broadcasting methods)||"Come on, come on, Radio Disney's on"||Station closed on 4/14/21|
|Sirius XM Hits 1 ||United States and Canada (satellite radio)||"Come on, come on, turn Hits 1 on"|
|Z100 (100.3 FM) - WHTZ-FM ||New York, NY, US||"Come on, come on, turn Z100 on"|