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CROSSOVER
THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

Dixie Tipton and Capitol have two records inside the Top 10 that are both up over 400 spins this week; Toosii’s“Favorite Song” (SCMG) moves to #4 with an increase of 415 spins, and they’re aiming to hit #1 in the next two weeks, while Doechii x Kodak Black’s “What It Is (Block Boy)” (TDE) climbs to #9 after adding 460 spins to its total. They keep the heat going with Ice Spice & Nicki Minaj’s “Princess Diana” (10K Projects), which is on fire as it gains 590 spins and leaps to #18.

Over at Republic, Davey Dee and Garrett Ream also have a pair of tracks making its way up the Top 10. Minaj’s “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” comes in at #6 this week with a 160-spin gain, and Drake’s “Search & Rescue” (OVO) moves up to #7 thanks to its 510-spin increase. The goal is to go #1. The Weeknd’s “Double Fantasy” f/Future (XO/Epic)slides up one position to #13 this week after scoring an increase of 325 spins. This one looks ready to enter the Top 10 by next week. Meanwhile, Coi Leray’s “Bops” (Uptown) debuts at #35 thanks to a near 500-spin rise. The track is getting started and has a solid buzz behind it. And in case you didn’t know, there’s a new Post Malone single dropping this Thursday at midnight entitled “Mourning” (Mercury). It’s leaning a bit more rhythm but will still surely be embraced by Top 40.

John Strazza and Columbia take Tyler, The Creator somewhere he has never been… to #21 on the chart! The single “DOGTOOTH” is now his biggest radio track to date and still has plenty of life left in it. It’s up over 200 spins this week, and the next goal is Top 15. ROSALÍA x Rauw Alejandro’s “BESO” just misses a debut and lands at #41. The track is up 245 spins and will have an impressive debut this week. Finally, the buzz and streams are just too much to ignore on Icandy’s “Keep That.” They are starting to take airplay and have an impact date set for 5/23. Make sure you check this one out as it’s really starting to bubble.

Over at Warner, B Dot Scales is inching closer to having yet another Top 10 record on his hands with NLE Choppa x Lil Wayne’s “AIN’T GONNA ANSWER.” It gains 295 spins as it moves up to #13 this week. Warner also has Kanii’s “I Know” picking up new believers. The track is still growing and was up 80 spins this week.

Over at RCA, Lori G and Inca welcome SZA’s “Snooze” (TDE) to the Top 15. She enjoys a 590-spin increase and looks poised for the Top 10 in the next few weeks. Libianca’s “People” moves three spots to #30 this week after picking up 230 spins. This one has been a steady builder since day one.

Rick Sackheim and Dontay at Epic see BIA’s “I’M THAT BITCH” add another 200 spins to her total and move up to #19. They are also impacting DDG’s “I’m Geekin” this week to the Urban leaners.

Noah Sheer and Def Jam take Coco Jones’ “ICU” (High Standardz) inside the Top 25 this week. It gains 185 spins and now has an edit that adds some tempo to the track. Reach out to Noah for a copy.

And at Interscope, Nino Cuccinello debuts Kali Uchis’ “Moonlight” this week at #39. It picks up 155 spin and is just getting started.

Most Increased:
Ice Spice & Nicki Minaj “Princess Diana” (10K Projects/Capitol)
SZA “Snooze” (TDE/RCA)
Drake “Search & Rescue” (OVO/Republic)
Coi Leray “Bops” (Uptown/Republic)
Doechii x Kodak Black “What It Is (Block Boy)” (TDE/Capitol)

Buzz Records:
Lil Durk f/J. Cole “All My Life” (Alamo)
Icandy “Keep Dat” (Columbia)
Post Malone “Mourning” (Mercury/Republic)
Kali Uchis “Moonlight” (Geffen)
Lola Brooke “Just Relax” Team 80/Arista