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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia’s Harry Styles sits atop the chart for a 5th week with “Watermelon Sugar," while Capitol's Lewis Capaldi climbs to #2 and looks to unseat him soon with "Before You Go." The remainder of the Top 10 and Top 20 will mostly remain the same with the exception of Columbia's BTS jumping on the chart and going straight into the Top 20 with "Dynamite” (Big Hit). S-Curve's AJR is now Top 25 with "BANG!" (Hollywood). Also debuting on the chart this week will be 24kGoldn’s "Mood" f/Iann Dior (RECORDS/Columbia) and Drake’s "Laugh Now Cry Later" f/Lil Durk (OVO/Republic).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Interscope’s DaBaby holds the #1 spot for the 8th week with “Rockstar” f/Roddy Ricch. Epic’s DJ Khaled moves to #3 with “POPSTAR” f/Drake. Republic’s Drake will also be up and over 1,000 spins again this week with “Laugh Now Cry Later” f/Lil Durk. Columbia’s Jawsh 685 X Jason Derulo continues to grow with “Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat),” which is up and over 300 spins. Look for a handful of debuts this week including Interscope’s Lil Mosey with “Top Gone” f/Lunay, Republic’s Amine with “Compensating” and Def Jam’s Jhene Aiko with “BS” f/H.E.R. all jumping on the chart.

And at Modern Rock, some highlights this week include RCA’s The Strokes arrive in the Top 5 with “Bad Decisions.” AWAL’s Dayglow enters the Top 10 with “Can I Call You Tonight?” Orchard’s Unlikely Candidates hits the Top 20 with “High Low.” Republic’s Glass Animals makes a strong debut with “Tangerine” at #31. Columbia’s Cannons also make their chart debut with “Fire For You.”

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