At Top 40, Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo remains in the #1 and #2 positions with "good 4 you" and "deja vu" (Geffen) and looks locked in for another week. Capitol's Duncan Laurence takes a big jump with "Arcade" and moves Top 10 as Warner’s Dua Lipa is now in the Top 15 with "Love Again." Republic's The Weeknd also moves up, landing in the Top 20 with "Take My Breath" (XO), as does Columbia's Lil Nas X with "INDUSTRY BABY" f/Jack Harlow. Rodrigo’s "traitor" (Geffen) is joining the Top 30 alongside Arista's Måneskin, with "Beggin” (Sony Music Latin).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Epic’s DJ Khaled and RCA’s Doja Cat will battle it out next week for #1 with “EVERY CHANCE I GET” f/Lil Baby & Lil Durk (WTB/Roc Nation) and “You Right” f/The Weeknd (XO/Kemosabe/Republic), respectively. Republic has Post Malone’s “Motley Crew” moving to #8, while Columbia’s Lil Nas X will be over 500 spins again this week with “INDUSTRY BABY” f/Jack Harlow. Touting impressive increases will be RCA’s WizKid with “Essence” f/Tems and Republic’s Pop Smoke with “Woo Baby” f/Chris Brown (Victor Victor). Republic also sees a 1,000-spin boost on The Weeknd's “Take My Breath” as it enters the Top 25. Look for Warner’s Smiley to debut this week with “Over the Top” f/Drake.

And at Modern Rock, Epic’s Modest Mouse will have the new #1 with “We Are Between.” AWAL’s girl in red rises to #3 with “Serotonin” as Virgin’s The Maine makes a nice move to #11 with “Sticky,” up 100 rotations. AWAL also sees Cold War Kids’ “What You Say” approach the Top 20, and Big Noise’s Mod Sun makes his chart debut with “Karma.”