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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Def Jam's Justin Bieber remains atop the chart for another week with "Peaches" f/Daniel Caesar & GIVĒON as Warner's Dua Lipa moves to #2 with "Levitating" (Interscope), looking to become the next #1. Also active in the Top 10 is Columbia’s Lil Nas X, with "MONTERO (Call Me by Your Name)" climbing to #7, and Warner’s Saweetie, who enters with "Best Friend" f/Doja Cat (ICY). The week's greatest gainer is Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo with "good 4 u" (Geffen), which rolls into the Top 15. Republic's Marshmello goes Top 25 with "Leave Before You Love Me" f/Jonas Brothers. Stand by for Columbia's Polo G to debut on the chart with "RAPSTAR."

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Capitol’s Mooski climbs into the #1 position this week with “Track Star” and RCA’s Doja Cat enters the Top 5 with “Kiss Me More” f/SZA. Warner’s Saweetie joins the Top 20 with “Fast (Motion).” Interscope sees J. Cole’s “my.life” f/21 Savage & Morray climb into the Top 25, up more than 650 spins. Officially in the Top 30 this week will be Epic’s DJ Khaled with “I DID IT” f/Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby & Lil Baby (WBT/Roc Nation) and BIA’s “WHOLE LOTTA MONEY.” Look for a pair of Capitol records to debut as Internet Money’s “His & Hers” f/Gunna, Don Toliver & Lil Uzi Vert and City Girls’ “Twerkulator” enjoy impressive gains. Warner’s Anitta will also debut, with “Girl From Rio.”

And at Modern Rock, there are no changes in the Top 10. Epic’s Modest Mouse climbs to #11 with “We Are Between” as RCA’s Bleachers arrive in the Top 20 with “Stop Making This Hurt,” sitting at #19. Arista’s KennyHoopla and Travis Barker see a nice rise to #27 with “hollywood sucks//.” Making their chart debuts will be Columbia’s The Neighbourhood with “Stargazing” and Cannons with “Bad Dream.”

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