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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia sees The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber’s "Stay" in the #1 spot for a seventh week and it doesn’t seem like it’ll budge anytime soon. More big news this week involves Kemosabe/RCA's Doja Cat, who will have three tracks in the Top 10 with "You Right" f/The Weeknd (XO/Republic), "Kiss Me More" f/SZA and "Need to Know." Of course Columbia also has the greatest gainer this week with Adele’s "Easy on Me." Her first release in six years will not only chart but will certainly end up in the Top 25 (at least). Also debuting on the chart will be In2une's THE ANXIETYWILLOW & Tyler Cole with “Meet Me at Our Spot” (MSFTS/Roc Nation), Epic's GIVĒON with "For Tonight" (Not So Fast) and Interscope's Kacey Musgraves with "justified" (MCA Nashville).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic’s Drake remains in the #1 position again this week with “Way 2 Sexy” f/Future & Young Thug (OVO/300 Entertainment-Epic) as Doja Cat and Interscope’s Moneybagg Yo continue to build in the Top 10 with “Need to Know” and “Wockesha,” respectively. Columbia’s Chlöe enters the Top 15 this week with “Have Mercy” (Parkwood), while Drake also sees another 600-spin increase this week on “Girls Want Girls” w/Lil Baby. Rocketing up the Top 25 is GIVĒON with “For Tonight," RCA’s Latto with “Big Energy” and Warner’s Wale with “Poke it Out” f/J. Cole & Cool & Dre. Look for Columbia’s Lil Nas X to debut this week with “THATS WHAT I WANT.”

And at Modern Rock, Arista’s Måneskin stays in the #1 spot with “Beggin’” (Sony Music Latin). With no other changes in the Top 10, Dualtone’s The Lumineers quickly rise to #11 this week with a 250-spin increase on “BRIGHTSIDE.” There will also be a lot of chart debuts this week, including RCA’s Kings of Leon with “Time in Disguise,” Columbia’s Bring Me the Horizon with “DiE4u,” Warner’s The Regrettes with “Monday” and Epic’s Modest Mouse with “The Sun Hasn’t Left.”

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