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YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

RCA’s Chris Brown “No Guidance” goes back to #1 AGAIN, while Columbia’s Lil Nas X “Panini” moves to #4 and looks to get there next week. Warner’s Wale “On Chill” rockets into the top 10, and will be up over 500 spins. Republic’s Post Malone “Enemies” will also enter the top 10. Epic’s Travis Scott “Highest In The Room” will be up close to 900 spins, and is officially inside the top 20. Look for Interscope’s Arin Ray “Change” amd Def Jam’s YK Osiris “Ride” to both debut this week.