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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, it looks like Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo will move into the #1 spot this week with "good 4 u" (Geffen). Most of the other action on the chart will take place outside the Top 10. Epic's GIVĒON is now Top 15 with "Heartbreak Anniversary" (Not So Fast) as Columbia's The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber enjoy greatest-gainer status with "Stay." It not only charts but joins the Top 20. Also debuting this week will be Republic’s Post Malone with "Motley Crew,” Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish with "NDA," Sony Music Nashville/RCA’s Kane Brown x blackbear with "Memory" and Interscope’s Maroon 5 with "Lost" (222).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Columbia will have both the #1 and #2 records on the chart this week as Lil Nas X's “MONTERO (Call Me by Your Name)” takes hold of the top spot. Interscope’s Kali Uchis moves to #3 with “telepatía.” RCA’s Doja Cat and Warner’s Wale both have solid increases in the Top 20 with “You Right” f/The Weeknd (XO/Kemosabe/Republic) and “Angles,” respectively. Republic’s Post Malone will have the week’s highest debut by far with “Motley Crew,” landing in the Top 20 with an increase of more than 1,600 spins! Look for Columbia’s Tyler, The Creator to debut this week with “WUSYANAME” f/Youngboy Never Broke Again & Ty Dolla $ign

And at Modern Rock, Crush’s Weezer hits the top of the chart this week with “All My Favorite Songs” f/AJR, which is the band’s seventh #1. Epic’s Modest Mouse looks to go Top 5 with “We Are Between” as Republic’s Bastille reaches the Top 20 and is up and over 200x with “Distorted Light Beam.” Interscope’s Imagine Dragons surge to at least #27 with a 300-spin increase on “Wrecked,” and Eilish’s “NDA” makes its chart debut.

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