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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Republic’s The Weeknd sits in the #1 spot currently with "Blinding Lights" (XO), but Interscope's Trevor Daniel could make the jump over the weekend with "Falling" (Alamo), and if it doesn’t, it’ll move in next week. Warner's Dua Lipa slides into the Top 3 with "Break My Heart.” HITCO's SAINt JHN is now Top 5 with "Roses (Imanbek Remix)" (Godd Complexx) and Capitol's Lewis Capaldi joins the Top 10 with "Before You Go.” Warner Music Nashville’s Gabby Barrett makes the Top 20 move with "I Hope" f/Charlie Puth, while Daniel X Selena Gomez’s "Past Life" (Alamo/Interscope) and Jawsh 685 X Jason Derulo’s "Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)" (Columbia) make big gains inside the Top 30. Charting this week will be Kygo’s "Lose Somebody" f/One Republic (Interscope-RCA).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, RCA's Chris Brown X Young Thug have this week’s Greatest Gainer with "Go Crazy,” garnering a 600+ spin increase inside the Top 5. Joining the Top 10 are SAINt JHN’s "Roses (Imanbek Remix)" (Godd Complexx/HITCO), Jhene Aiko’s “OTW” (Def Jam) and Doja Cat’s "Like That" f/Gucci Mane (Kemosabe/RCA). Capitol has two moving up inside the Top 15, Lil Baby’s "Emotionally Scarred" (QC/Motown) and Migos’ "Need It" f/YoungBoy Never Broke Again (QC/Motown). Warner's Saweetie moves up and joins the Top 25 with "Tap In" (Icy/Artistry). Looking to debut on the chart this week will be Columbia's Chloe X Hallee with "Do It" (Parkwood) and Capitol's City Girls with "Jobs.”

And at Modern Rock, S-Curve’s AJR rises to #2 with "Bang!" Columbia’s Major Lazer enters the Top 10 with “Lay Your Head On Me" f/Marcus Mumford. Island/Republic’s The Killers quickly arrive in the Top 15 with "My Own Soul's Warning.”

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