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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia's Harry Styles will enjoy a fourth consecutive week atop the chart with "Watermelon Sugar,’ while most of the Top 10 remains unchanged. Joining the Top 20 will be Capitol's Topic & A7S with "Breaking Me" (Astralwerks). RCA’s Miley Cyrus debuts on the chart this week with “Midnight Sky” and it should land inside the Top 30. Also debuting is Caroline’s Zoe Wees with “Control” and, of course, a little something Columbia’s BTS should wind up there as well as “Dynamite” is flying up the chart just hours after its release.

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope’s DaBaby remains at #1 for another week with “Rockstar.” Joining the Top 5 will be Epic’s DJ Khaled with “POPSTAR” f/Drake, while Warner’s Saweetie will be entering the Top 10 with “Tap In.” Republic has Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” f/Lil Durk up and over 1500 spins as it moves inside the Top 20 and has J Balvin/Dua Lipa/Bad Bunny’s “UN DIA (ONE DAY)” f/Tainy poised to be up over 250 spins. Look for RCA’s A$AP Ferg and Epic’s Tyla Yaweh to debut this week with “Move Ya Hips” and “Stuntin’ On You.”

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