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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Republic’s Ariana Grande will hold down the #1 spot for an 8th consecutive week at Top 40 with "positions," while "34+35" slides into the Top 5 and is the Greatest Gainer in the Top 10. RCA's Tate McRae joins the Top 10 with "you broke me first” and Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo takes a huge leap with "drivers license" (Geffen) to land in the Top 10, too. Warner's CJ looks to join the chart with "Whoopty.”

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Pop Smoke will spend another week at #1 with “What You Know Bout Love.” Warner has CJ climbing up to #7 with “Whoopty” as Saweetie’s “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat enters the Top 15. Republic finds Ariana Grande’s “34+35” moving into the Top 20. Warner’s Yung Bleu and Erica Banks see increases of more than 300 spins each on “You’re Mines Still” and “Buss It,” respectively. Looking to debut this week are RCA’s SZA with “Good Days,” Capitol’s Lil Baby with “On Me” and Republic’s NAV with “Young Wheezy” f/Gunna.

And at Modern Rock, Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish will have the new #1 next week with “Therefore I Am.” RCA sees Cage the Elephant’s “Skin and Bones” rise to #3 while Republic’s Glass Animals hit an all-time high at #7, up 200 spins. Caroline’s Clairo is next up to the Top 10 with “Sofia” currently sitting at #11. Arista’s KennyHoopla jumps to #13 with “ESTELLA//” f/Travis Barker. RCA’s Fousheé now has a Top 15 record with “Deep End.” Crush’s Weezer logs a huge debut as “All My Favorite Songs” comes in at #20. Foo Fighters’ “Waiting on a War” (RCA) also has a big premiere, at #30, up 350 spins, and Dead Oceans/Secretly’s Phoebe Bridgers enjoys an impressive opening with “Kyoto.”

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