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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Epic's Camila Cabello takes over the #1 spot on the chart this week with "My Oh My" f/DaBaby. Interscope's Trevor Daniel joins the Top 10 with "Falling" (Alamo) and Republic has two movers inside the Top 20 as Drake’s "Toosie Slide" (OVO) is now Top 15 and BENEE’s "Supalonely" f/Gus Dapperton joins the Top 20. Epic's Meghan Trainor is Top 30 with "Nice To Meet Ya" f/Nicki Minaj. Joining the chart this week will be Arista's JP Saxe with "If The World Was Ending" f/Julia Michaels, Warner's PARTYNEXTDOOR with "Believe It" f/Rihanna (OVO/Westbury Road) and Republic's Conan Gray with "Maniac."

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Republic’s Drake wastes no time running up the chart and planting himself at #1 with “Toosie Slide.” He will be up over 900 spins again this week. Interscope’s Lil Mosey is also a big mover inside the Top 10 with “Blueberry Faygo.” Warner’s PARTYNEXTDOOR is close to entering the Top 10 with “Believe It” f/Rihanna. Columbia’s Tyga X Curtis Roach with “Bored In The House” and Epic’s Young T & Bugsey with “Don’t Rush” both climb into the Top 25. Epic debuts The Scotts’ “The Scotts” as does Capitol with Lil Baby’s “Emotionally Scarred.”

And at Modern Rock, Island/Republic’s The Killers remain in the #1 spot for a third week with "Caution.” S-CurvesAJR look to enter the Top 5 with "Bang!" Republic’s Glass Animals and Columbia’s Powfu are next up to the Top 10 with "Your Love (Déjà Vu)” and "coffee for your head." Mom+Pop’s Ashe arrives in the Top 15 with "Moral Of The Story.” Making their chart debuts are Capitol’s Chaz Cardigan with "Not Ok!,” Crush’s Cheap Cuts with "Check Your Phone" f/Pete Wentz and Republic’s Loveleo with "Rosie."

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