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WARNER RALLIES

Coming off a six-week run at #1 on Top 40, it wouldn't be an overstatement to say Warner Records is heating up.

Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is getting stellar reviews and holds the title of most-acclaimed pop album of the year so far, with a Metacritic score of 88. Paper Magazine raved, "This is an entire album of back-to-back possible—and probable—number ones." The LP should earn a Top 5 bow on the album chart this week. T40 chart-topper "Don't Start Now" clocks in at #9 on our YTD Streaming Songs chart.

Also posting a top debut this week for Warner is PartyNextDoor's OVO Sound set, PARTYMOBILE. The album topped the Apple Music chart during its opening weekend led by surprise Rihanna-assisted new single, "Believe It." PND proves he's a fan-favorite among the R&B streamers.

Top prospect NLE Choppa is delivering with his current single "Walk Em Down" f/Roddy Ricch. The hot track just reached new peaks at Spotify U.S. (#22) and Apple Music (#40).

Meanwhile, pop-punk legends Green Day are owning Rock radio formats, with "Oh Yeah!" #1 at Active Rock and approaching #1 at Alternative.

We now return to self-isolating on our mega-yacht, where we’re preparing the main deck for afternoon tea.

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