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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia's Lil Nas X climbs to #2 as one of the week’s greatest gainers with "INDUSTRY BABY" f/Jack Harlow, but The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber’s "Stay" remains atop the chart for an 8th consecutive week. Columbia also has Adele’s "Easy on Me" Top 10-bound and seems to be breaking a new record every day. Republic's Drake joins the Top 20 with "Way 2 Sexy" f/Future & Young Thug (OVO/300 Entertainment-Epic), and Epic's GIVĒON moves Top 30 with "For Tonight" (Not So Fast). Debuting on the chart this week will be RCA's Trevor Daniel with "Alone" and Columbia's Chlöe with "Have Mercy" (Parkwood).

At Rhythm, meanwhile, Republic sees Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy” hold at #1 for another week as his current single, “Girls Want Girls,” enters the Top 10. Other records gaining momentum in the Top 10 include RCA’s Doja Cat with “Need to Know” (Kemosabe) and Columbia’s The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber with “Stay.” Seeing solid gains in the Top 20 will be Columbia’s Chlöe with “Have Mercy,” RCA’s Latto with “Big Energy” and Warner’s Wale with “Poke It Out” f/J. Cole & Cool & Dre. Kendra Jae’s “Seesaw” f/Saweetie (Def Jam) and Lil Nas X’s “THATS WHAT I WANT” (Columbia) also make some impressive moves.

And at Modern Rock, Arista’s Måneskin continues their run at #1 with “Beggin’” (Sony Music Latin). Dualtone’s The Lumineers enter the Top 10 this week, with “BRIGHTSIDE” coming in at #9. Third Man/The Orchard’s Jack White will have a strong debut, around #30, with “Taking Me Back,” and Bright Antenna’s Wilderado re-enters the chart with “Head Right.”

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