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RHYTHM CHART PREVIEW

The Epic Records team gets Wondaland breakout star Jidenna Top 5 this week with "Classic Man," along with a 450+ spin gain. RCA’s Kid Ink (Alumni/88 Classic)  also moves inside the top 10, with gains of over 250 spins. Ultra/Louder Than Life/Columbia's Omi continues an incredible ascent as “Cheerleader” glides into the top 10 and will be among the most increased songs yet again. Meanwhile, Republic has two records poised for total domination as Taylor Swift's “Bad Blood” f/ Kendrick Lamar (Big Machine) and The Weeknd's “Can’t Feel My Face” (XO) both move inside the top 15 and continue to post up solid airplay gains. Silento's “Watch Me” (Capitol) and Sage The Gemini “Good Thing” f/ Nick Jonas (Empire/Republic) build steadily along with Big Sean's “One Man Can Change The World” (G.O.O.D./Def Jam). Look for Timbaland protégé Tink to debut this week with "Million" (Mosley/Epic), as well as Jeremih f/J. Cole's “Planes” and maybe even Columbia’s Samantha J and her infectious dancehall single “League Of My Own”.