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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, the Top 10 will remain mostly unchanged as Columbia's Harry Styles holds down the top spot with "Watermelon Sugar.” Looking to join the Top 10 are Warner's Gabby Barrett with "I Hope" f/Charlie Puth and Arista's JP Saxe with "If The World Was Ending" f/Julia Michaels. RCA's Doja Cat "Like That" f/Gucci Mane (Kemosabe) is now Top 15. Joining the Top 20 this week will be Interscope's Juice WRLD with "Come & Go" f/Marshmello (Grade A), Republic's Taylor Swift "cardigan" and RCA's Kane Brown "Be Like That" f/Khalid & Swae Lee (Interscope). Darkroom/Interscope's Billie Eilish joins the Top 25 with "my future,” while Capitol's Surf Mesa joins the Top 30 with "ily (i love you baby)" f/Emilee (Astrawerks). Look for Columbia's StaySolidRocky to debut on the chart with "Party Girl,” and don't blink because Miley Cyrus’ newly released "Midnight Sky" (RCA) is charging toward the chart as we type.

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope’s DaBaby will hold at #1 for yet another week with “Rockstar” f/Roddy Ricch. HITCO’s SAINt JHN will make a run for the top spot next week with “Roses (Imanbek Remix).” RCA’s Doja Cat enters the Top 5 with “Like That” f/Gucci Mane (Kemosabe), and Epic’s DJ Khaled moves to #7 with “POPSTAR” f/Drake. Jawsh 685 X Jason Derulo’s “Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)” (Columbia) is now inside the Top 25. Republic’s J Balvin/Dua Lipa/Bad Bunny will debut on the chart with “ UN DIA (ONE DAY)” f/Tainy, and look for label mate Drake to be Most Added next week with “Laugh Now Cry Later.”

And at Modern Rock, Crush’s Weezer rises to #1 with “Hero.” Island/Republic’s The Killers enter the Top 10 with “My Own Soul’s Warning.” Republic’s Bastille makes a big move with “WHAT YOU GONNA DO???” f/Graham Coxon, jumping 24*-17* and up over 350 spins. BMG’s Milky Chance & Jack Johnson arrives in the Top 20 with “Don’t Let Me Down.” Making their chart debuts are Glassnote’s Dylan Cartlidge with “Yellow Brick Road” and AWAL’s Gus Dapperton with “Post Humorous.”

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YOUR TOP 20 IS
FULLY LOADED
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We're full of it.
AFRICAN POP
Getting global with it.
IT'S PRETTY SMOKY
And this time it's not from our bong.
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