At Top 40, RCA’s Latto will remain in the top spot with “Big Energy” (Streamcut). Republic’s Post Malone & The Weeknd make the Top 5 with “One Right Now,” while the greatest gainer of the week will be Columbia’s Harry Styles with “As It Was,” which takes a big leap and looks Top 5-bound as well. Debuting on the chart this week will be Virgin’s Lauv with “All 4 Nothing (I’m So in Love)” and Lakeside’s Lawrence with “Don’t Lose Sight” (Beautiful Mind).

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Epic’s JNR Choi lands at #1 this week after picking up more than 600 spins on “TO THE MOON” (Black Butter). Def Jam’s YG continues to grow in the Top 10 with “Scared Money” f/J. Cole & Moneybagg Yo, as does Republic’s Nicki Minaj with “Do We Have a Problem?” f/Lil Baby. Columbia’s Fivio Foreign enters the Top 15 with “City of Gods” f/Alicia Keys & Ye, while RCA’s Doja Cat climbs into the Top 20 with “Get Into It (Yuh)” (Kemosabe), which will be up more than 450 spins. Look for debuts this week from Columbia’s Lil Tjay with “In My Head” and Epic’s BIA with “LONDON” f/J. Cole.

And at Modern Rock, it’s a super-tight race, but Warner’s The Black Keys look set to jump into the #1 position with “Wild Child,” and Dualtone’s The Lumineers are next up to the Top 10 with “Where We Are.” Making their chart debuts this week are Epitaph’s Interrupters with “In the Mirror” and 10K Projects/Virgin’s Surfaces with “I Can’t Help but Feel.”