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GREIN ON GRAMMYS: BEST NEW ARTIST
Eight is enough. (10/22a)
RIRI PASSES ON SUPER BOWL LIII HALFTIME
Solidarity in action (10/19a)
BORN AGAIN, AGAIN
Can it hold off "Star" power? (10/22a)
YOUR TOP 20 IS BORN UNDER A BRAD SIGN
Gaga and Cooper on repeat (10/17a)
THE LAST HURDLE (UPDATE)
The final call will go down in Brussels. (10/22a)
GRAMMY CONTENDERS
We chat with big stars, rising stars and next big things.
MMA FOR DUMMIES
Not Mixed Martial Arts; the Music Modernization Act, dummy.
IS IT COLD IN HERE?
...or are our bosses from outer space?
THE KIDS
They're leaning on the button.
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CROSSOVER
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

As the charts begin to stabilize, it is clear the hits remain the hits. Post Malone's iconic "Rockstar" f/ 21 Savage (Republic) looks poised to return to #1. NF's "Let You Down" (NF Real Music/Caroline) makes the Top 5, while both N.E.R.D. & Rihanna's "Lemon" (Columbia) and G-Eazy & Halsey's "Him & I" (RCA) lock themselves inside the Top 10. Other solid increases include Dua Lipa's "New Rules" (Warner Bros.), Farukko's "Krippy Kush" (Columbia) and Justin Timberlake's "Filthy" (RCA).