At Top 40, Columbia moves back to the top of the chart this week with Lil Nas X’s "THAT’S WHAT I WANT," which jumps #3-1. Def Jam's Justin Bieber follows at #2 with "Ghost," while RCA's Doja Cat is set to join the Top 10 with "Woman" (Kemosabe) and Latto’s "Big Energy" makes its way into the Top 20. Columbia also has The Chainsmokers’ "High" (Disruptor) infiltrating the Top 20 as Interscope's Imagine Dragons joins the Top 30 with "Enemy" f/JID, Arcane & League of Legends (KIDinaKORNER). Warner has two tracks debuting on the chart this week: Anitta’s "Boys Don't Cry" and Saweetie’s "Closer" f/H.E.R. (ICY/RCA).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Republic sees Post Malone and The Weeknd’s “One Right Now” remain at #1 for another week. Interscope’s Moneybagg Yo re-enters the Top 10 with “Scorpio” as RCA witnesses Chris Brown’s “Iffy,” SZA’s “I Hate U” (TDE) and Doja Cat’s “Woman” (Kemosabe) basking in the Top 15, gaining more than 400 spins each. M.E.W. Entertainment has Muni Long’s “Hrs and Hrs” (SuperGiant) climbing to #26, also with a 400-spin increase, and Def Jam’s YG looks set to debut this week with “Scared Money” f/J. Cole & Moneybagg Yo.

And at Modern Rock, Interscope has Imagine Dragons’ “Enemy” f/JID, Arcane & League of Legends (KIDinaKORNRER) holding down the #1 spot. Making their way into the Top 5 are Columbia’s Cannons with “Bad Dream” and Warner’s Muse with “Won’t Stand Down,” while Warner also has Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Black Summer” jumping into the Top 10, grabbing an additional 1000+ spins in its second week. Republic’s BoyWithUke hits the Top 15 with “Toxic” as Capitol’s Bob Moses arrives in the Top 20 with “Love Brand New” (Domino/ASW) and Republic’s Bastille enjoys the chart debut of “Shut Off the Lights.”