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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Republic's Ariana Grande still reigns o'er the Top 40 with "positions" (Republic) at #1, while her other single, “34+35,” is in the Top 10 and quickly gaining momentum. Speaking of things moving up the chart quickly, Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo is already heading into the Top 15 with "drivers license.” Arista's Sigala joins the Top 30 with "Lasting Lover" f/James Arthur, and new to the chart this week is Epic's Zara Larsson with "Talk About Love" f/Young Thug

Meanwhile, at RhythmRepublic sees Pop Smoke’s “What You Know Bout Love” climb to #1 this week as labelmate Grande’s “positions” and "Whoopty" by Warner’s CJ plan to enter the Top 10. Seeing an increase of more than 350 spins each are RCA’s H.E.R. with “Damage” and Republic’s The Weeknd with “Save Your Tears.” Warner’s Saweetie rockets into the Top 25 with “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat. Look for chart debuts this week from Geffen’s Lil Durk with “Stay Down,” Warner’s Ericka Banks with “Buss It” and Republic’s NAV with “Young Wheezy." 

And at Modern RockColumbia’s Cannons stay strong to get a second week at #1 with “Fire for You.” Republic’s Glass Animals enter the Top 10 with “Heat Waves,” while RCA’s Kings of Leon arrive in the Top 15 with “The Bandit,” up more than 300 spins. RCA also has Fousheé’s “Deep End” up, with more than 150 spins. It looks poised to break into the Top 20 next week. Last but not least, Columbia’s The Kid LAROI has a big debut at #28 courtesy of “Without You,” up 300 spins.

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