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THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

The chart is just now starting to get back to normal, as the Labor Day mix shows are being replaced with regularly scheduled programming. RCA’s Inca and Lori G see Chris Brown's “No Guidance” move back to #1 this week. The research on this one has been very impressive, although it isn’t ready to be a recurrent just yet. They also have Khalid's “Right Back” at #14, gaining 210 spins. They debut the new Chris Brown's “Heat” at #36, thanks to a 365 spin increase. Normani's “Motivation” (Keep Cool) climbs to #44, and is a week away from a debut. This one was up 165 spins. Davido X Chris Brown's “Blow My Mind” is still developing, and they are impacting Doja Cat's “Juicy” this week.

Gary Spangler and Davey Dee at Republic are pushing to have Post Malone's “Goodbyes” hit #1 this coming week. It is at #2, and up 400 spins. His album just dropped and the numbers look very impressive! They are deciding as we speak which will be the next single. Lil Tecca's “Ransom” continues to grow, moving 8-7, and gaining 245 spins. Ariana Grande's “Boyfriend” comes in at #15, up 115 spins, and Emotional Oranges' “Personal” (Island) debuts this week at #39. They also debut Post Malone's “Circles” at #40, thanks to a 480 spin surge. Pop Smoke's “Welcome To The Party” is still developing.

Interscope’s Nino Cuccinello sees Da Baby's “Baby Sitter” at #25, up an even 150 spins. Swae Lee's “Won’t Be Late” f/Drake has a 320 spin increase, moving him to # 28 on this weeks chart. Mustard's “Ballin” lands at #35, after a 200 spin jump, and they just miss a debut with DJ Snake's “Loco Contigo”, which comes in at #41 on the chart, up 125 spins.

Warner’s Lee L’Heureux has two records on fire, as Saweetie's “My Type” tacks on another 480 spins, and is starting to look like a legit #1 record. Wale's “On Chill” is up 310 spins, and moves inside the top 25 this week.

Over at Epic, Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson have French Montana's “Wiggle It” at #16, and right behind that, have DJ Khaled's “Wish Wish”. French is up 125 spins, while Khaled adds 300 spins to his total. Rick Ross' “Gold Roses” comes in at #38 this week.

Columbia’s John Strazza and James White had a successful run with Polo G's “Pop Out”, taking it top 10. They will have another single lined up next week. Lil Nas X's “Panini” holds at #13 this week. There is a remix that features Da Baby that they are releasing this Friday. Ambjaay's “Uno” is at #19, and still gaining traction. Y2K's “LaLaLa” continues to stream well and is picking up new believers each week.

Noah Sheer and Def Jam are working two Big Sean tracks, as “Single Again” is at #12, up 80 spins, and “Bezerk” is up 275 spins, and just misses a debut at #43. They also have Danileigh's “Easy” at #32, and grabbing new stations each week.

Capitol’s Dixie Tipton has Layton Greene's “Leave Em Alone” at #31, up 120 spins. This one is a steady builder and feels like it has potential. Iann Dior's “Gone Girl” is just getting started, and looking to pick up new believers each week. Quality Control f/Lil Baby's “Baby” is in a similar spot. It climbs to #61 this week, and was up 80 spins.

Biggest Increase
Post Malone “Circles” (Republic)
Saweetie “My Type” (Icy/Artistry/Warner)
Post Malone “Goodbyes” f/Young Thug (Republic)
Chris Brown “Heat” (RCA)
Swae Lee “Won’t Be Late” f/Drake (Republic-Interscope)


Buzz Records
Big Sean “Bezerk” (Def Jam)
Chris Brown “Heat” f/Gunna (RCA)
Layton Greene “Leave Em Alone” (QC/Motown/Capitol)
Normani “Motivation” (RCA)
Mustard “Ballin” (10 Summers/Interscope)