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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Republic's Ariana Grande holds down the top two spots on the chart this week, with "34+35" sliding into the #1 spot and "positions" following at #2. The Greatest Gainer is once again Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo with "drivers license," which takes a big jump, moving into the Top 5. RCA's Tate McRae officially enters the Top 10 with "you broke me first," and Republic's Pop Smoke is now Top 15 with "What You Know Bout Love." Epic sees Travis Scott & HVME’s "Goosebumps (Remix)" (Cactus Jack) enter the Top 25. Debuting on the chart this week will be Republic's Yung Gravy with "oops!" Look for Warner's Dua Lia to chart before impact with her newly released "We're Good."

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Pop Smoke hangs onto another week at #1 with “What You Know Bout Love” as Warner sees CJ’s “Whoopty” move to #3, up more than 350 spins. Joining the Top 10 is RCA’s H.E.R. with “Damage,” Warner’s Saweetie with “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat and Republic’s The Weeknd with “Save Your Tears.” Republic’s Ariana Grande will see an increase of more than 600 spins on “34+35.” Interscope’s BRS Kash looks to enter the Top 20 with “Go Baby.” Empire’s Fat Joe will have an increase north of 500 spins on “Sunshine.” Interscope’s Juice WRLD is poised to debut this week with “Bad Boy.”

And at Modern Rock, congrats are in order for Dennis Blair and the folks at RCA for guiding Cage the Elephant’s “Skin and Bones” to #1. It will be the band's 10th #1 to date. Republic’s Glass Animals are also having a great week as “Heat Waves” enters the Top 5. RCA’s Kings of Leon are next up to the Top 10 with “The Bandit.” Benny Blanco, Marshmello & Vance Joy’s “You” (Interscope) arrives in the Top 20, up more than 400 spins. ATO’s Black Pumas have a fantastic debut with “Colors” coming in at #28, as does Big Noise’s MOD SUN, with “Flames” f/Avril Lavigne debuting at #33.

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