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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, the Top 10 is mostly unchanged this week. Looking to join are RCA's Kane Brown, with "Be Like That" f/Khalid & Swae Lee (Interscope), and Island's Shawn Mendes, with "Wonder" (Republic). Republic's Ariana Grande has already made her way into the Top 15 with "positions," and Interscope's Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco hit the Top 20 with "Lonely" (fks/Def Jam). Debuting on the chart will be Grande’s "34+35" and Capitol's Salem Ilese, with "Mad at Disney" (10k).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Columbia’s 24kGoldn rings the bell at #1 this week, with “Mood” f/iann dior, as Capitol’s Internet Money climbs to #3 with “Lemonade.” Inside the Top 10 are Epic’s Travis Scott, with “FRANCHISE,” and Republic’s Pop Smoke, with “For the Night,” while Def Jam’s Jhene Aiko and Epic’s 21 Savage continue climbing the Top 20 with “B.S” and “Mr. Right Now,” respectively. Warner’s Saweetie enters the Top 25 with “Back to the Streets” f/Aiko, Republic’s Ariana Grande will be over 450 spins this week again with “positions” and look for Def Jam’s YG to debut with “Rodeo.”

And at Modern Rock, Columbia sees Cannons’ “Fire for You” enter the Top 10. Arriving in the Top 15 is RCA’s Cage the Elephant, with “Skin and Bones,” which is over 200 spins. Caroline’s SHAED hits the Top 20 with “No Other Way.” Making their chart bows are Republic’s Glass Animals, with “Heat Waves,” Epic’s Bakar, with “1st Time, and Arista’s Kennyhoopla, with “Lost Cause.”

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After the snubs, the show.
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MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
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