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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia's Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo x BTS sits atop the chart for a third consecutive week with "Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)." Columbia's 24kGoldn is Top 3 with "Mood" f/Iann Dior (RECORDS) and should be the week's Greatest Gainer. Capitol's Surf Mesa moves into the Top 5 with "ily (i love you baby)" f/Emilee. Joining the Top 10 this week is Interscope's Juice WRLD with "Come & Go" f/Marshmello. Warner’s Dua Lipa makes a big move and joins the Top 20 with "Levitating" f/DaBaby (Interscope) while Saweetie’s "Tap In" (Icy/Artistry/Warner) joins the Top 30. Debuting on the chart this week is Dixie D'Amelio’s "Be Happy" (Interscope-HITCO).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Republic’s Drake will hold at #1 with “Laugh Now Cry Later” f/Lil Durk as labelmate Pop Smoke’s “The Woo,” currently at #2 on the chart, jockeys to get to the top spot the following week. Columbia’s 24kGoldn is at #3, with “Mood” f/Iann Dior hot on Pop's heels. Epic’s Travis Scott and QC/Capitol’s Internet Money will both be over 450 spins on “FRANCHISE” and “Lemonade,” respectively. Look for 21 Savage’s “Mr. Right Now” (Epic) and Big Sean’s “Body Language” (Def Jam) to debut this week.

And at Modern Rock, 10k/Capitol’s Peach Tree Rascals enter the Top 10 at #8 with “Mariposa,” which is up 200 spins. Columbia’s Cannons approaches the Top 15 with 250 more spins on “Fire for You.” Warner sees “Trouble’s Coming,” from Royal Blood, inside the Top 20 thanks to a 200-spin boost. Looking to make their chart debuts are Caroline’s Clairo with “Sofia” and RCA’s Cage the Elephant with “Skin and Bones.”

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