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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia's Harry Styles charges to the top of the chart this week with “Watermelon Sugar” and it looks like he might enjoy multiple weeks in the #1 seat. New to the Top 10 this week is Republic's BENEE with "Supalonely" f/Gus Dapperton and Columbia's Powfu with “coffee for your head.” Epic's Black Eyed Peas/Ozuna/J Rey’s  "Mamacita" joins the Top 20. Interscope should have a trifecta debuting on the chart this week with Maroon 5’s "Nobody's Love" (222), which should wind up Top 25, Juice WRLD’s "Come and Go" f/Marshmello (Grade A) and Billie Eilish’s "my future" (Darkroom). Republic's Taylor Swift also charts with "cardigan" and will join the Top 30 first week out. 

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope’s DaBaby returns to #1 with “Rockstar,” proving just how big of a hit it is. Epic’s Young T & Bugsey enter the Top 5 with “Don’t Rush,” and label mate DJ Khaled will rocket to #12 with “POPSTAR” f/Drake, gaining over 1,200 spins. Republic’s Pop Smoke will be up over 400 spins on the “The Woo” f/50 Cent & Roddy Ricch and enters the Top 20. Look for Interscope’s Juice WRLD with “Wishing Well” and Columbia’s Jawsh 685 X Jason Derulo with “Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)” to have impressive debuts.

And at Modern Rock, Warner’s The Head & The Heart are currently at #2 and look to take over the top spot with "Honeybee" next week or so.  Crush’s Weezer enters the Top 5 with "Hero.” RCA’s REZZ & Grabbitz move to the Top 15 with "Someone Else.” Next week, we will see new chart debuts from Republic’s Bastille, Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish and UMe’s Chris Cornell.

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