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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

2021 finally gets settled in at Top 40 as Republic's Ariana Grande holds down the #1 spot with "positions" and her "34+35" moves into the Top 10. Def Jam sees Justin Bieber’s "Anyone" join the Top 20.  And charting this week prior to impact will be Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo with "drivers license" (Geffen), as well as Warner's Saweetie with "Best Friend" f/Doja Cat (Icy/RCA) and Columbia's The Kid LAROI with "Without You.” 

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, “Back to the Streets” rockets from #6 to #1. Republic’s Pop Smoke will be at #2 with “What You Know Bout Love.” Warner’s CJ will be over 600 spins with “Whoopty,” and “Best Friend” will debut in the Top 35. Look for "Anyone" to debut here, too.

Finally, at Modern Rock, Columbia’s Cannons look to take over the top spot with “Fire for You.” Arista sees KennyHoopla’s “ESTELLA//” f/Travis Barker arrive in the Top 20, while RCA’s Kings of Leon have a huge debut with “The Bandit” at #23, and Warner’s ONR now has a Top 25 record with “Must Stop” f/Sarah Barthel.

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