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BEN WINSTON TALKS GRAMMYS
High hopes for Sunday night. (2/1a)
CHEWING ON THE BIG 4: OUR PICKS
Fearless forecast, with caveats (2/1a)
YOUR HANDY GRAMMY-WEEK GUIDE
The busiest time of year is here. (2/1a)
ENVELOPING CHAOS:
HARVEY MASON JR.
The heat is on. (1/30a)
GRAMMYS REVEAL HONOREES, PRESENTERS
But what about Croz? (2/1a)
HIP-HOP AT 50
The astonishing first half-century of a world-rocking genre.
THE NEXT BIG PLAYER
in the catalog game is...
INDIE BREAKOUTS
More independent music rises at the DSPs.
THE GOP CONGRESS
At last, America can focus 24/7 on Hunter Biden's laptop.
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YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

Because that's how The 6God does it— the same happened with "God's Plan"—Drake's “Nice For What” (YMCMB/Republic) actually increases his lead at the top, while the next five records below him are headed backwards. Label mate/sis Nicki Minaj's “Chun-Li” (YMCMB/Republic) and Migos' “Walk It Talk It” f/ Drizzy (QC/Motown/Capitol) will both continue to grow nicely, along with a huge increase from Post Malone's “Ball For Me” f/ Nicki Minaj (Republic). Look for a huge debut from Childish Gambino with the super-viral “This Is America” (RCA), which continues to be the biggest buzz record out there.