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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, it looks like 24kGoldn’s "Mood" f/Iann Dior (RECORDS/Columbia) will remain in the #1 spot. Def Jam's Justin Bieber moves up to #3 this week with "Holy" f/Chance The Rapper, and Republic's Ariana Grande joins the Top 5 with "positions.” Drake's "Laugh Now Cry Later" f/Lil Durk (OVO/Republic) is now Top 10m, with AJR’s "Bang!" (S-Curve/Hollywood) also looking to join the party. Interscope/Darkroom's Billie Eilish enters the Top 15 with "Therefore I Am.” Republic has two moving into the Top 20: Shawn Mendes & Bieber’s "Monster" (Island/Def Jam) and Grande’s "34+35.” Miley Cyrus’ "Prisoner" f/Dua Lipa (Warner/RCA) takes a big jump and is poised to penetrate the Top 25. Debuting on the chart this week will be Columbia's The Kid LAROI, with "SO DONE," and Warner's Ashnikko, with "Daisy."

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Pop Smoke rockets to #1 with “For the Night,” likely ending the chart year there. Def Jam sees Jhene Aiko’s “B.S.” climb into the Top 5, as Epic’s 21 Savage continues to blossom in the Top 10 with “Mr. Right Now.” Seeing solid increases this week are Columbia’s Lil Nas X, with “Holiday,” Republic’s The Weeknd, with “Save Your Tears,” and Pop Smoke’s “What You Know Bout Love.” Look for RCA’s H.E.R. to debut this week with “Damage.”

And at Modern Rock, 10k/Capitol’s Peach Tree Rascals rise to #2 with “Mariposa.” Columbia watches Cannons’ “Fire for You” enter the Top 5. Eilish arrives in the Top 10 with “Therefore I Am.” RCA’s Cage the Elephant ascends to #11 with “Skin and Bones,” clearly headed for the Top 10. Republic’s Bastille is now Top 20 with “survivin’.” Making their chart debuts this week are Arista’s Tai Verdes, with “Stuck in the Middle,” and Hollywood’s Dreamers, with “True Crime” f/DeathbyRomy.

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