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Ariana Grande seizes #1 at Pop radio, while Iggy Azalea holds down the fort at the top of the Rhythm chart and the Black Keys do the same at PoMo.
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We can see the future. What? Yes, we have been drinking, thank you very much, but you can trust us on this--we know what's going to happen. Well, at least what you can expect on next week’s Mediabase charts. 


TOP 40

Republic's Ariana Grande takes the #1 slot this week after a very short nine-week climb with "Problem" f/Iggy Azalea. Also on fire: Warner Bros.Nico & Vinz. The duo has this week's Greatest Gainer and new #3 in “Am I Wrong.” "Rude" by RCA's Magic!, meanwhile, is making big moves inside the Top 10, along with Capitol's Sam Smith and "Stay With Me." Columbia's MKTO joins the Top 10 this week with "Classic." There’s lots of movement inside the Top 20s with "Come Get it Bae" by Columbia’s Pharrell Williams and "Come With Me Now" by Epic’s KONGOS, both having continued strong spin-increase weeks. Demi Lovato f/Cher Lloyd’s "Really Dont Care" (Hollywood), Afrojack f/Wrabel’s "Ten Feet Tall" (Def Jam), Tiesto f/Matthew Koma’s "Wasted" (Republic) and Becky G’s "Shower" (Kemosabe/RCA) all have great spin increases inside the Top 30. Florida Georgia Line f/Jason Derulo’s "This is How We Roll" (Republic Nashville), Echosmith’s "Cool Kids" (Warner Bros.) and Madden Brothers’ "We Are Done" (Capitol) are all looking to chart this week. 

 

RHYTHM

Grand Hustle/Def Jam's Iggy Azalea holds onto #1 with "Fancy." Tinashe f/ScHoolboy Q’s "2 On" (RCA) and Lil Wayne f/Drake’s "Believe Me" (Republic) have huge increases inside the Top 10. “Rude” by RCA's Magic! and “Am I Wrong” by Warner Bros.' Nico & Vinz also have major gains, as does "Don't Tell Em" by Def Jam’s Jeremih. Columbia scores a double debut with T.I. f/Iggy Azalea’s "No Mediocre," as well as Beyoncé’s "Pretty Hurts."

 

ALTERNATIVE

Nonesuch/Warner Bros.The Black Keys will remain #1 for an eighth week with "Fever." RCA's Bleachers climb to #2 with "I Wanna Get Better." KONGOS' multi-format smash "Come With Me Now" (Epic) moves back to #3, even after a five-week run in the top spot. Cage the Elephant's "Take It or Leave It" (RCA) will go Top 10, and “Rude,” their crossover hit from Magic!, will jump inside the Top 20. Republic's Milky Chance makes a big move #29-22 up over 100x. Hozier’s buzzing single "Take Me to Church" (Columbia) will make a strong chart debut at #35.
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