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CROSSOVER
THE BALLSTREET JOURNAL

Def Jam’s Big Sean is really on fire right now. His single “Bounce Back” (G.O.O.D.) is at #6, up 545 spins. “Moves,” his other single, debuts at #36, gaining 230 spins. There is a big buzz surrounding his new album. Rick Sackheim and Noah Sheer also have Rihanna’s “Love On The Brain” (Westbury Road/Roc Nation) at #5, up triple digits. Alessia Cara’s “Scars To Your Beautiful” is at #14, and holds at #1 at top 40. They are impacting Bibi Bourelly’s “Ballin” this week. It is now top 20 at Urban, up over 300 spins. Make sure you spend some time with this track.

Republic’s Drake still reigns supreme on the chart. “Fake Love” (YMCMB) is still the #1 song in the land. The Weeknd is on fire as well, as he has “I Feel It Coming” f/Daft Punk (XO) at #9, “Starboy” at #10, and “Party Monster” at #11. “Party Monster” is up over 300 spins. Amine’s “Caroline” continues to impress, as it is now #3, after another 270 spin increase. Ariana Grande f/Future’s “Everyday” leaps to #22, gaining 300 spins, and ZAYN/Taylor Swift “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” (UStudios/BMR/RCA) move inside the top 25. Sean Paul’s “No Lie” (Island) just misses debuting this week at #43. It sees an increase of 180 spins. Marian Hill’s “Down” (Photo Finish) explodes, gaining 250 spins. It looks to debut this coming week. And they are impacting Post Malone f/Quavo’s “Congratulations” this week.

Columbia’s Ayelet Schiffman and James White see The Chainsmokers’ “Paris” (Disruptor) shoot #39-30 this week, gaining an impressive 375 spins. It is also flying up the chart at top 40. Russ’ “Losin’ Control” comes in at #51 after one week, gaining 175 spins. Look for this one to grab another 10-12 new stations this week. Up next for them is Lecrae f/Ty Dolla $ign’s “Blessings” (Reach), which they impact on 3/6.

RCA’s Inca and Lori G take Chris Brown f/Usher & Gucci Mane’s “Party” top 15. It was up 540 spins this week. They have also done an amazing job with Khalid’s “Location.” It was up another 240 spins this week, moving it to #26. This is an instant reaction record—make sure you are up on this track. G-Eazy’s “Some Kind of Drug” garners another 160 spins as it moves to #31. They are impacting Luke Christopher’s “Lot to Learn” this week.

Sujit Kundu and Epic have a lot going on, as Travis Scott’s “Goosebumps” (Grand Hustle) gains another 320 spins, on its way to #21. Future f/Drake’s “Used To This” moves inside the top 25. DJ Esco f/Future & Lil Uzi Vert’s “Too Much Sauce” has a solid week, moving to #49. Be on the lookout for new music, which includes a new 21 Savage track, Swift’s “Pull Up” and Keyshia Cole f/French Montana & Remy Ma’s “You.”

“Redbone” from Glassnote’s Childish Gambino  moves to #50 this week, gaining 70 spins. It is also top 20 at Urban A/C, and growing at Urban. WPGC and KWEE put it in this past week.

Capitol’s Greg Marella and Dixie Tipton continue the push to top 10 with Trey Songz’ “Push It On Me.” It is at #12 currently.

MOST INCREASED:
Big Sean
 “Bounce Back” (GOOD/Def Jam)
Chris Brown f/Usher & Gucci Mane “Party” (RCA)
The Chainsmokers “Paris” (Disruptor/Columbia
Travis Scott “Goosebumps” (Epic)

BUZZ RECORDS:
Marian Hill
 “Down” (Photo Finish/Republic
Big Sean “Moves” (GOOD/Def Jam)
Russ “Losin’ Control” (Columbia)
Khalid
“Location” (RCA)
Post Malone “Congratulations” (Republic)