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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Post Malone’s "Circles" (Republic) slides back in the #1 spot on the chart this week. Dua Lipa’s "Don’t Start Now" (Warner) is notching up to #3 while blackbear’s "hot girl bummer" (Alamo/Interscope) eyes the Top 5.  Look for Billie Eilish’s "everything I wanted" (Darkroom/Interscope) to join the Top 10.  Epic's Camila Cabello (SYCO) climbs Top 15 while Selena Gomez’s "Rare" takes a leap and joins the Top 20.  Def Jam's newly released Justin Bieber’s "Intentions" f/Quavo not only charts but joins the Top 25 as the week's Greatest Gainer. Khalid X Disclosure’s "Know Your Worth" (RCA) is also set to join the Top 25.  Capitol has two tracks debuting on the chart this week, Niall Horan’s "No Judgement" and Sam Smith’s "To Die For.”

Over at RhythmRoddy Ricch powers his way to #1 this week and the race is on to see if Interscope’s DaBaby can get there next with “Bop.” Russ & Bia’s “Best on Earth” (Columbia), Future & Drake’s “Life Is Good (Epic) and blackbear’s “hot girl bummer” (Interscope) are all growing inside the top 10. Republic’s The Weeknd will be up over 600 spins with “Blinding Lights” and moves inside the Top 20. RCA’s Doja Cat will jump inside the Top 30 and you can look for Def Jam’s Justin Bieber to debut this week with “Intentions” f/Quavo.

And at Modern Rock, Interscope’s Billie Eilish is the new #1 with "everything i wanted.” Sub Urban's "Cradles" (Warner) and AWOLNATION's “The Best” (Better Noise) both enter the Top 5, while Warner’s Black Keys arrive in the Top 20 with "Shine a Little Light.” OYOY/AWAL’s FINNEAS makes a big move with "Let's Fall in Love for the Night,” leaping 38* to 28* and up 250 spins.

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