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With a nearly 2000-spin cushion, Def Jam’s Jeremih has the runaway #1 record in “Don’t Tell ’Em” f/YG. What’s equally impressive is the growth at Top 40. It was up 1300 spins and climbed into the Top 15 there. Rick Sackhiem, Noah Sheer and Scott Maness knocked this one out of the park. And right on its heels is Iggy Azalea f/Rita Ora’s “Black Widow,” which vaults #8-4, gaining 537 spins this week, making it the Most Increased record inside the Top 10. They also have Jeezy’s “Seen It All” at #45 and YG’s “Do It to Ya” at #55. They’re impacting Teyana Taylor’s “Maybe” next week and have Big Sean’s new track, “IDFWU,” on deck and already starting to buzz… Ayelet Schiffman and James White at Columbia have T.I. poised to climb into the #1 spot when Jeremih is finally done. On the building chart, he’s at #2 and will need another push to climb that mountain; “No Mediocre” f/Iggy Azalea was up 470 spins this week. Beyoncé’s “Flawless” moves to #22, up 215 spins. After just one week, they’ve got Calvin Harris f/John Newman’s “Blame” up 175 spins. They’re impacting T.I.’s latest, “About the Money,” this coming week; it’s already Top 50 and #13 at Urban… Republic’s Gary Spangler and Davey Dee have nine records on the chart, the most of any label. Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” moves #9-7, gaining 315 spins, while Drake f/Lil Wayne’s “0-100” climbs to #12, up 325 spins. Jessie J + Ariana Grande + Nicki Minaj’s “Bang Bang” ascends to the Top 15, and Rich Gang f/Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan’s “Lifestyle” is at #23, with an increase of 190 spins. They debut Kiesza’s “Hideaway” this week at #36, as well as Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” at #40. Just under the chart is Enrique Iglesias f/Descemer Bueno, Sean Paul & Gente De Zona’s “Bailando” at #41, DJ Khaled f/Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih’s “Hold You Down” at #44 and Kaylin and Myles’ “Love Robbery” at #46. They impact Tove Lo’s “Habits (Stay High)” this coming week… John Strazza, Inca and Lori G at RCA also have a full plate, as Chris Brown f/Usher & Rick Ross’ “New Flame” moves #10-8, up over 400 spins. They also have Usher’s “She Came to Give It to You” at #25 and Pitbull f/John Ryan’s “Fireball” at #38. Just off the chart, they’ve got Sia’s “Chandelier” and Mr. Probz’s “Waves.” They impacted Tinashe f/A$AP Rocky’s “Pretend” last week and it was up 190 spins… Sujit Kundu and Epic continue to grow TeeFlii’s “24 Hours.” It’s at #11 this week, up 115 spins. They also take Lil Jon f/Tyga’s “Bend Ova” to #13, gaining another 215 spins. Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” moves to #19 with a 415 spins increase. And it looks like this will be the new #1 at Top 40. They also debut Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Boy” at #35 this week… Warner Bros.Lee L’Heureux has Jason Derulo’s “Trumpets” climbing #36-30 this week, gaining 180 spins. It also continues to sell 50k per week at iTunes. By the way, make sure you pay close attention to both PartyNextDoor f/Drake’s “Recognize” and I Love Makonnen’s “Tuesday,” as both are starting to create a real buzz. And they’re impacting Nico & Vinz’s newest single, “In Your Arms,” in the next few weeks… Nick P and Glassnote continue to grow Childish Gambino’s “Telegraph Ave,” which sits at #58 this week.
Most Increased:
1) Iggy Azalea f/Rita Ora
“Black Widow” Grand Hustle/Def Jam
2) T.I. f/Iggy Azalea “No Mediocre” Grand Hustle/Columbia
3) Meghan Trainor “All About That Bass” Epic
4) Chris Brown f/Usher & Rick Ross “New Flame” RCA
5) Drake “0-100” YMCMB/Republic

The Pulse:
1) I Love Makonnen
“Tuesday” OVO/Warner Bros.
2) Calvin Harris f/John Newman
“Blame” Columbia
3) Kid Ink f/Usher & Tinashe “Body Language” RCA
4) Kiesza “Hideaway” Island/Republic
5) Tinashe f/A$AP Rocky “Pretend” RCA