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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Peter Gray and the Columbia bunch are celebrating a new #1 this weekend as Miley Cyrus' "Flowers" jumps into the top spot. Republic's Spangler crew sees Metro Boomin’s "Creepin'" f/The Weeknd & 21 Savage (Boominati/Epic) climb to #2. Other movers in the Top 10 include RCA's Team Rothschild with SZA’s "Kill Bill" (TDE) and Columbia's Beyoncé with "CUFF IT" (Parkwood). Joining the Top 10 this week will be Republic's Taylor Swift with "Lavender Haze” and The Orchard's Buch & Sarullo with RAYE’s "Escapism." f/070 Shake (Human Re Sources), while Columbia’s The Kid LAROI looks to enter the Top 20 with "Love Again." RCA's Miguel will debut on the chart this week prior to impact with "Sure Thing," as will Capitol's Team Marella with Niall Horan's “Heaven.”

At Rhythm, meanwhile, RCA’s Lori G and Inca move SZA’s “Kill Bill” (TDE) into the Top 5 this week. Republic’s Team Davey Dee does likewise with Coi Leray’s “Players.” Nino and the Interscope squad now have Rema & Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” at #12. Republic also has Drake & 21 Savage’s “Spin Bout U” entering the Top 15. Dixie and Capitol quickly drive Lil Baby’s “Forever” f/Fridayy into the Top 25 as Epic’s Sackheim and Dontay continue to build Tyla’s “Been Thinking,” up 250 spins. Look for Interscope to debut GloRilla’s “Internet Trolls” this week, too.

And at Modern Rock, Garrett Capone and the Crush Music team should get a second week at #1 with Weezer’s “Records.” The Crush family also sees Fall Out Boy’s “Love From the Other Side” rise to #2. Warner’s Rob Goldklang has Linkin Park’s “Lost” surging to #7, up 1,200 spins, and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “The Drummer” entering the Top 10. Domino’s Wet Leg hits the Top 25 this week with “Angelica,” while Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin looks to have a strong debut at around #26 with Depeche Mode’s “Ghosts Again.” Dirty Hit’s beabadoobee has an impressive debut with “the perfect pair.”

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