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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Interscope slides Maroon 5’s "Memories" (222) into the #1 spot on the T40 chart. Warner's Dua Lipa looks to join the Top 3 with "Don't Start Now" and Columbia's Arizona Zervas heads Top 5 with "ROXANNE" (ArizonaZervas). Charting this week are Taylor Swift’s "The Man" (Republic), Selena Gomez’s "Rare" (Interscope) and Doja Cat’s "Say So" (Kemosabe/RCA).

Over at Rhythm, Republic’s The Weeknd moves 4-1 this week with “Heartless,” taking over for Doja Cat’s “Juicy” (RCA) at the top spot. Interscope’s DaBaby moves inside the top 5 with “Bop,” and Russ & Bia’s “Best on Earth” (Columbia) continues to grow inside the Top 10. Epic’s Future & Drake will be up another 600 spins with their collaboration on “Life is Good.” Interscope’s Summer Walker and Trevor Daniel both enter the Top 25 with “Come Thru” f/Usher and “Falling.” Look for Rod Wave’s “Heart on Ice” (Alamo/Geffen/Interscope) and Wale’s “Love.... (Her Fault)” f/Bryson Tiller (Warner) to debut.

And at Modern Rock, Meg Myers’ "Running Up That Hill" (Red Light) remains #1 for a second week. Interscope’s Billie Eilish enters the Top 10 at #7 with “everything i wanted" (Darkroom), up 400 spins. Warner’s Green Day rockets up to #14 with over 500 spins on "Oh Yeah.” Up 200 spins are RCA’s Cage the Elephant with "Black Madonna,” arriving in the Top 15. Republic’s Pearl Jam quickly enters the Top 20 with "Dance of the Clairvoyants,” up 250 spins. Black Keys’ "Shine a Little Light" (Warner), which surges 33*-22* up 250 spins, and KALEO’s "I Want More" make their chart debuts.

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