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All the top-slot artists remain the same, but over at Alternative, RCA has a successful debut with Bleachers and Capitol gets ready to enter the chart with Broods.
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW
What to Expect at Top 40, Rhythm and Alternative Next Week

Hey, buddy! When ya gettin' into Austin? Oh yeah? When ya leavin'? Uh-huh. That's great. Before the festivities begin, though, take a peak into the future of three key Mediabase radio charts. Or don't--what are we, your mom?

TOP 40
While there are several tracks with +1000 spins this week, not much is changing at the top of the chart. Capitol's "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry f/Juicy J is still #1 and, with the exception of American Authors’ "Best Day of My Life" (Mercury/IDJ) joining the Top 20, there isn’t a lot of shifting around up there. Dim Mak/Republic's The Chainsmokers see "#Selfie" take a huge jump into the Top 30. New additions to the chart this week will include Mercury/IDJ with Neon Trees’ "Sleeping with a Friend."

RHYTHM
Columbia's Beyoncé retains the #1 spot again this week with “Drunk in Love” f/Jay Z, but her labelmate Pharrell Williams looks to take over that spot the following week with "Happy." Columbia is also enjoying huge gains by John Legend’s "All of Me" and Beyoncé’s "Partition." Warner Bros.Jason Derulo has a great week and will be among the biggest increasers with "Talk Dirty." Roc-a-Fella/Roc Nation has Jay Z f/Beyoncé’s "Part II (On the Run)" and Jhene Aiko’s "The Worst" achieving huge success; the same can be said for Martin Garrix’s "Animals” (Schoolboy/Casablanca/Republic) and The Chainsmokers’ "#Selfie" (Dim Mak/Republic) which will be the highest debut this week.

ALTERNATIVE
Arctic Monkeys are comfortably ahead as the #1 Modern Rock record with their "Do I Wanna Know?" (Domino). The rest of the Top 10 remains the same, but Epic's KONGOS are inching towards a Top 5 record with their powerhouse "Come with Me Now." Virgin's Bastille is next up to go Top 10 with "Bad Blood." Meanwhile, Parlophone's Coldplay will have a strong debut with "Magic," which should enter the chart at #17. RCA's Bleachers will impressively debut "I Wanna Get Better" at #33, and Capitol's Broods will also enter the chart with "Bridges."

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