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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Interscope has Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license” (Geffen) parked at #1 for a fifth consecutive week. Republic has two records making big moves as Pop Smoke’s "What You Know Bout Love" (Victor Victor) joins the Top 10 and Glass Animals’ "Heat Waves" enters the Top 20. We have several tracks debuting on the chart this week, with two from Def Jam’s Justin Bieber: "Peaches" f/Daniel Caesar & GIVĒON and "Hold On," both of which are Top 30-bound. Also making their chart debuts are Republic's Ariana Grande with "pov," Columbia's Lil Tjay with "Calling My Phone" f/6LACK and Capitol's Duncan Laurence with "Arcade."

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Warner’s Saweetie slides up to #2 with "Best Friend" f/Doja Cat and will make a push this coming week for #1. Republic’s Drake will move to #6 with “What’s Next,” as Columbia’s Lil Tjay and Republic’s Pop Smoke both see an increase of more than 400 spins, on “Calling My Name” f/6LACK and “Hello” (Victor Victor), respectively. Debuting in the Top 25 is Def Jam’s Justin Bieber with "Peaches" f/Daniel Caesar & GIVĒON. Capitol’s Mooski will also see a 400-spin increase, on “Track Star.” Moneybagg Yo’s “Time Today” (Interscope) and GIVĒON’s “Heartbreak Anniversary” (Not SoFast/Epic) continue to bubble just under the chart.

And at Modern Rock, Republic’s Glass Animals are celebrating a third week at #1 with “Heat Waves!” Entering the Top 5 is RCA’s Kings of Leon with “The Bandit,” as Interscope’s Imagine Dragons arrive in the Top 10 with “Follow You.” Making their chart debuts this week are Virgin’s Maggie Lindemann with “Crash and Burn” and Warner’s Royal Blood with “Typhoons.”

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