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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Republic's The Weeknd sits atop the chart with "Blinding Lights" (XO) and Interscope looks ready to move Trevor Daniel’s "Falling" (Alamo) in next as it moves up to #2. Warner's Dua Lipa is now Top 5 with "Break My Heart.” The Greatest Gainer inside the Top 10 is Columbia's Harry Styles with "Watermelon Sugar," which jumps from #14 to #9. Caroline's CYN joins the Top 30 with "Drinks,” and joining the chart this week will be Interscope's Daniel X Selena Gomez’s "Past Life," which is already looking to join the Top 30 prior to official impact. 

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope’s DaBaby will hold at #1 this week with “Rockstar,” while RCA’s Chris Brown X Young Thug and Epic’s Young T & Bugsey continue to drive toward the Top 5 with “Go Crazy” and “Don’t Rush” f/Headie One. HITCO’s SAINt JHN will enter the Top 10 with “Roses (Imanbek Remix)” (Godd Complexx), and Columbia’s Powfu will reach the Top 15 with “coffee for your head” f/beabadoobee. Warner’s Saweetie will debut inside the Top 30 and be up over 750 spins with “Tap In” (Icy) and you can look for Capitol’s Lil Baby to debut this week with “The Bigger Picture.”

And at Modern Rock, a lot of specialty programming will rule the roost this holiday weekend. RCA’s The Strokes enter the Top 10 with "Bad Decisions,” while REZZ & Grabbitz’s "Someone Else" arrives in the Top 15. Island/Republic’s The Killers quickly hit the Top 20 with "My Own Soul's Warning,” up 300x. Caroline’s Judah & The Lion and Dualtone’s The Lumineers make their chart debuts with "Beautiful Anyway" and "Salt And The Sea.”

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