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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Warner's Dua Lipa will sit atop the Pop chart for a sixth week in a row with "Don’t Start Now.” Both Harry Styles’ "Adore You" (Columbia) and The Weeknd’s "Blinding Lights" (XO/Republic) are moving up fast inside the Top 5. Billie Eilish’s "everything i wanted" (Darkroom/Interscope) is now Top 5. Look for RCA's Doja Cat to join the Top 10 with "Say So" (Kemosabe). Debuting on the chart this week will be BENEE’s "Supalonely" f/Gus Dapperton (Republic) and Dua Lipa’s newly released "Break My Heart.”

Meanwhile at Rhythm, RCA has two records growing inside the Top 5, as H.E.R.’s “Slide” climbs to #4 and Doja Cat’s “Say So” (Kemosabe) rockets from outside the Top 10 to #5! Republic’s The Weeknd “Blinding Lights” (XO) is also moving inside the Top 10. Interscope’s Lil Mosey enters the Top 25 with “Blueberry Faygo.” Look for Capitol’s Lil Yachty and Interscope’s DaBaby to debut with “Oprah’s Bank Account” and “Vibez.” Also, watch for OVO Sound/Warner’s PARTYNEXTDOOR to be the most added track with “Believe It” f/Rihanna and to run up the chart.

And at Modern Rock, Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish returns to #1 with "everything i wanted" this week. Warner’s Green Day enters the Top 5 with "Oh Yeah.” Island/Republic’s The Killers arrive in the Top 10 with "Caution," which is up 450 spins. S-Curve’s AJR is now at #15 with "Bang!” and is up 200 spins. Mogul Vision/Arista’s Kennyhoopla officially has a Top 25 record on his hands with "how will i rest in peace if…" while Columbia’s Powfu makes his big debut with "death bed (coffee for your head)," coming in at #31. Capitol’s EOB also debuts with "Shangri-La.”

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