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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, the post-Labor Day chart has Columbia's The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber sitting on top for another week with "Stay." Other notable changes this week include Capitol's Halsey jumping up the chart with "I am not a woman, I'm a god" and it looks to join the Top 20. HITCO's Dixie makes her way to the Top 25 with "Psycho" f/Rubi Rose as RCA's Walker Hayes moves Top 30 with "Fancy Like" (Monument). Capitol will also see Alesso & Marshmello debuting on the chart with "Chasing Stars" f/James Bay (10:22/Astralwerks).

Meanwhile at Rhythm, Columbia’s Lil Nas X jumps 7-3* with “INDUSTRY BABY” f/Jack Harlow as RCA’s Wizkid moves inside the Top 5 with “Essence” f/Tems. Both will see increases of over 600 spins this week. Republic’s Pop Smoke enters the Top 10 with “Woo Baby” f/Chris Brown (Victor Victor) as The Weeknd’s “Take My Breath” (XO) joins the Top 15. Columbia sees The Kid LAROI’s “Stay” f/Justin Bieber make its way into the Top 20. Republic also debuts Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy” f/Future & Young Thug inside the Top 30 as this week’s Greatest Gainer. Look for Kanye West’s “Hurricane” f/The Weeknd & Lil Baby (G.O.O.D./Capitol-Republic-Def Jam) and Swae Lee’s “In the Dark” f/Jhené Aiko (MARVEL/Hollywood/Interscope) to also debut. 

And at Modern Rock, RCA’s Foo Fighters look to enter the Top 10 with “Making a Fire.” Capitol’s Halsey debuts at #28 with “You asked for this.” Also making their chart debuts is Epic’s Bakar with “The Mission” and S-Curve/Hollywood’s Daisy the Great X AJR with “Record Player.”

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