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CROSSOVER
Sorry to sound like a broken record, but Columbia has yet another #1 record this week. This time, it’s John Legend’s “All of Me,” which hit #1 at Pop as well. Ayelet Schiffman and James White have had the best start to a year in a long, long time. This record was on the chart for 18 weeks before it made it to the top. Not to mention that this is Legend’s very first #1 Rhythm record. Columbia also has three other records in the Top 10: Pharrell Williams’ “Happy,” Beyoncé’s “Partition,” which is at #6 and up 300 spins, and DJ Snake & Lil Jon’s “Turn Down for What,” at #7 and up 500 spins. If that’s not enough, they also have the biggest debuting record with Calvin Harris’ “Summer,” at #32, with an increase of 175 spins. They’re gearing up for new records from Pharrell, T.I. and Rita Ora in the next few weeks… The next record to go #1 should be RCA’s Chris Brown f/Lil Wayne with “Loyal.” It’s currently #2 and still growing. John Strazza, Inca and Lori G also have Justin Timberlake’s “Not a Bad Thing” at #16, gaining 325 spins. Kid Ink f/Chris Brown’s “Main Chick” is now inside the Top 25, and Tinashe f/ScHoolboy Q’s “2 On” hits #26, gathering another 225 spins. Pitbull f/GRL’s “Wild Wild Love” sits at #34 this week. They just impacted Alicia Keys f/Kendrick Lamar’s “It’s on Again,” which continues to build… Rick Sackheim, Noah Sheer and Scott Maness at Def Jam are doing a bang-up job with Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.” The record leaps #14-10 and gains 529 spins this week; it’s had huge, sustained growth over the last month. They’re also developing new artist Jhene Aiko and her single “The Worst” into a legit hit record; it goes #12-11 this week, increasing 250 spins. They’re on fire with YG f/Drake’s “Who Do You Love” (now #21, up 244 spins) and August Alsina f/B.o.B. & Yo Gotti’s “Numb.” It debuts at #33 this week, up 117 spins. Ludacris f/Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Cashmere Cat’s “Party Girls” is currently at #40, and Rick Ross f/Lil Wayne’s “Thug Cry” sits just outside the chart and should debut this coming week… Gary Spangler and Davey Dee at Republic continue to grow Young Money f/Drake’s “Trophies.” It moves #15-12 this week and has another increase of nearly 400 spins. Adrian Marcel’s “2AM” is at #27, and still developing, while SoMo’s “Show Off” is just off the chart, and looking to debut this coming week. This week, they impact Sage the Gemini’s “College Drop” and begin to set up Tiesto’s “Wasted…” Lee L’Heureux and Warner Bros. are beginning to grab new commitments and airplay on Jason Derulo f/Snoop Dogg’s “Wiggle.” The impact date is still a few weeks away and a handful of stations didn’t want to wait… Sujit Kundu and Epic have Future f/Pharrell’s “Move That Doh” moving #25-24 this week, with a positive gain of 170 spins. It continues to close-out new stations each week. They also have Kat Dahlia’s “Crazy” gaining triple-digits this week and going #31-28. Next up on the chart for them is Bando Jonez’s “Sex You,” which is at #45… Nick P and Glassnote have Childish Gambino’s “3005” firing on all cylinders! It was up over 200 spins this week, easily the most in the record’s short history. It goes #33-29 and looks to have another impressive add week. This record has all the makings of a real hit.

Most Increased:
1) Iggy Azalea
“Fancy” Grand Hustle/Def Jam
2) DJ Snake & Lil Jon “Turn Down for What” Columbia
3) Young Money f/Drake “Trophies” YM/CM/Republic
4) Justin Timberlake “Not a Bad Thing” RCA
5) Beyoncé “Partition” Columbia

The Pulse:
1) Iggy Azalea
“Fancy” Grand Hustle/Def Jam
2) Tinashe f/ScHoolboy Q “2 On” RCA
3) Childish Gambino “3005” Glassnote
4) Calvin Harris “Summer” Columbia
5) Future f/Pharrell “Move That Doh” A1/Freebandz/Epic