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Bubbling just under and making big moves toward the chart are Daughtry's "Waiting for Superman" (RCA), Epic's Karmin with "I Want It All" and "Mmm Yeah" from Chase/CM/Rebublic's Austin Mahone f/Pitbull.
YOUR CHART PREVIEW
A Glimpse of the Future at Top 40, Rhythm and Alternative

Ready to see what the world of tomorrow looks like? OK, we're really talking about the world of next week's radio charts, but that doesn't have quite the same punch. Still, we can give you a nice peek at the likely Pop, Crossover and Modern Rock action.

TOP 40
Capitol
's Katy Perry has her 11th #1 this week with "Dark Horse," and with Virgin's Bastille joining the Top 10 with "Pompeii," things at Capitol Music Group are all smiles. "Story of My Life" by Columbia's One Direction, "Team" from Lava/Republic's Lorde, and Black Magnetic/Epic's A Great Big World with "Say Something" all make strong moves upward within the Top 10. Warner Bros.' Jason Derulo with "Talk Dirty" f/2Chainz and Columbia's Pharrell with"Happy" have another great week and are currently battling it out for Greatest Gainer. Joining the chart this week with a big jump is "All of Me" by Columbia's John Legend, while bubbling just under and making big moves toward the chart are Daughtry's "Waiting for Superman" (RCA), Epic's Karmin with "I Want It All" and "MMM Yeah" from Chase/CM/Rebublic's Austin Mahone f/Pitbull.

RHYTHM
Kid Ink
's "Show Me" (RCA) looks to retain the #1 slot, holding off Columbia's Beyoncé f/Jay Z with "Drunk In Love" for one more week. YG's "My Hitta" (CTE/Def Jam/IDJ) climbs into the Top 5, while "Talk Dirty"by Warner Bros.' Jason Derulo and Lorde's "Team" (Lava/Republic) will both go Top 10. Columbia's Pharrell has the jump of the week, landing in the Top 15 with "Happy," while his labelmate John Legend strolls into the Top 20 with Valentine's theme "All of Me." Shakira f/ Rihanna's "Can't Remember To Forget You" (RCA) and "The Devil Is a Lie" by Def Jam/IDJ's Rick Ross battle it out for a debut this week.

ALTERNATIVE
Arctic Monkey
s' "Do I Wanna Know?" (Domino) and Lorde's "Team" (Lava/Republic) are in a too-tight-to-call race for #1 next week at Modern Rock. The rest of the Top 10 remains the same for at least one more week. Columbia's Foster the People looks to go Top 5 soon with "Coming of Age." On the horizon: Glassnote's CHVRCHES and Republic's Phantogram, both of which look set to climb inside the Top 10. The fast-rising KONGOS (Epic) will be up an eye popping 300x with "Come With Me Now" and at least jump 26-17 on the chart come Monday. On the debut side of things, U2 will land inside the Top 30 with "Invisible." Columbia's HAIM looks to make its chart debut with "Forever."

 


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