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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, RECORDS/Columbia’s 24kGoldn will reign supreme at #1 for a second week with “Mood” f/Iann Dior as Capitol’s Surf Mesa slides into the #3 spot with “ily (I love you baby)" f/Emilee (Astralwerks) and Warner’s Gabby Barrett moves into the Top 5 with “I Hope” f/Charlie Puth (WAR).

Joining the Top 10 this week is Def Jam’s Justin Bieber with “Holy” f/Chance the Rapper and Columbia’s BTS with “Dynamite.” Republic’s Ariana Grande enters the Top 20 with “positions.” Debuting on the chart will be G-Eazy’s “Hate the Way” f/blackbear (Interscope/RCA) and Pop Smoke’s “What You Know Bout Love” (Victor Victor/Republic).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, it’s going to come down to the wire, but it looks like 24kGoldn will slide into the #1 position this week with “Mood” f/Iann Dior. Capitol’s Internet Money continues to explode with “Lemonade,” which will be up over 600 spins as it enters the Top 5. Epic’s Travis Scott moves into the Top 10 with “FRANCHISE.” And Pop Smoke will be up over 550 spins, penetrating the Top 15 with “For the Night.” Epic’s 21 Savage will see a plus-400 gain on “Mr. Right Now.”

Looking to debut are G-Eazy with “Hate the Way” f/blackbear, Warner’s Saweetie with “Back to the Streets” and Grande with “positions.”

And at Modern Rock, 10k/Capitol’s Peach Tree Rascals bust into the Top 5 with “Mariposa,” up 200 spins. Columbia’s Cannons approach the Top 10 with a 150-spin increase on “Fire for You.” RCA's Cage the Elephant keeps surging as it nears the Top 15 with “Skin and Bones,” up 250 spins. Glassnote’s Phoenix arrives in the Top 20 with “Identical.” And making its chart debut is Beggar’s Romy with "Lifetime."

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