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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia has Lil Nas X’s “THAT’S WHAT I WANT” perched in the top spot this week, while RCA's Doja Cat moves up to #2 with "Woman" (Kemosabe). RCA also has Latto’s "Big Energy" (Streamcut) moving into the Top 5. Epic's Camila Cabello joins the Top 15 with "Bam Bam" f/Ed Sheeran (SYCO), and Columbia's Dove Cameron enters the Top 20 with "Boyfriend" (Disruptor). Debuting on the chart this week will be Columbia's Labrinth & Zendaya with "I'm Tired,” RCA's Becky G & Karol G with "MAMIII" (Kemosabe) and Epic's Eddie Benjamin with "Weatherman" (Vol. 1).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, RCA’s Doja Cat holds the #1 position this week with “Woman” (Kemosabe) just as labelmate Chris Brown moves up to #3 with “Iffy.” Entering the Top 10 will be Warner’s Saweetie with “Closer” f/H.E.R. (ICY/RCA) and Def Jam’s YG with “Scared Money” f/J. Cole & Moneybagg Yo. Republic’s Nicki Minaj continues to grow in the Top 15 with “Do We Have a Problem?” f/Lil Baby, as does Epic’s JNR Choi with “TO THE MOON” (Black Butter). Look for debuts this week from Warner’s Omah Lay & Justin Bieber with “Attention” and Columbia’s B-Lovee with “My Everything.”

And at Modern Rock, Warner’s Red Hot Chili Peppers will have the #1 track with “Black Summer” next week. Warner also sees Black Keys making a big move, to #7, with “Wild Child,” gaining more than 450 spins. Republic’s Florence + the Machine quickly hit the Top 15 with “My Love,” while Crush Music’s Weezer moves into the Top 20 with “A Little Bit of Love” its first week. Columbia’s Arcade Fire makes its chart debut with “The Lightning l, ll.”

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