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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Republic's The Weeknd will enjoy one more week at the top of the chart with "Blinding Lights" (XO) as Epic's Camila Cabello is knocking at the door with "My Oh My" f/DaBaby (SYCO). RCA's Doja Cat is now Top 3 with "Say So" (Kemosabe). Interscope's Trevor Daniel moves up and looks to join the Top 10 next week with "Falling" (Alamo). Sam Smith & Demi Lovato’s "I'm Ready" (Capitol) will not only chart after one week, but it also joins the Top 30. Bubbling just under and looking to chart are PARTYNEXTDOOR‘s "Believe It" f/Rihanna (OVO/Westbury Road/Warner) and Conan Gray’s "Maniac" (Republic).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, RCA’s Doja Cat will slide into the #1 this week with “Say So” (Kemosabe), just in time before Republic’s Drake plants “Toosie Slide” there for a few weeks. Geffen’s Rod Wave and Interscope’s Lil Mosey both enter the Top 10 with “Heart on Ice” and “Bluebery Faygo.” Warner’s PARTYNEXTDOOR will have up over 400 spins with “Believe It” f/Rihanna, as will Columbia’s Tyga X Curtis Roach with “Bored in the House.” Look for a number of records to debut this week including Columbia’s Powfu with “coffee for your head,” Epic’s Young T & Bugsey with “Don’t Rush,” Interscope’s Moneybagg Yo with “1,2,3,” and Warner’s NLE Choppa with “Walk Em Down.”

And at Modern Rock, Island/Republic’s The Killers lock in comfortably at #1 with "Caution.” RCA’s The Strokes go Top 15 with "Bad Decisions.” Warner’s Head & The Heart arrive in the Top 20 with "Honeybee." Making their chart debuts are Glassnote’s CHVRCHES with "Forever" and Future Classic’s Flume with The Difference" f/Toro Y Moi.

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