A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, most of the Top 10 remains the same this week as Columbia’s Team Gray continues to hold down the #1 spot with Miley Cyrus' "Flowers," still growing as rotations increase, and RCA's Rothschild and crew move SZA's "Kill Bill" (TDE) into the Top 5. The greatest gainer this week will also come from RCA as Latto's "Lottery" f/LU KALA (Streamcut) not only debuts but jumps all the way into the Top 25. Capitol's Marella squad has Niall Horan's "Heaven" set to join the Top 25. Also making their chart debut this week will be Sackheim's Epic team with Zara Larsson's "Can't Tame Her" (SommerHouse) and the Chester & Dyer bunch over at Warner with Bebe Rexha's "Heart Wants What It Wants" prior to its official impact.

Over at Rhythm, meanwhile, RCA's Lori and Inca take another SZA track, "Kill Bill" (TDE), to #1. Davey Dee and Republic have Coi Leray’s “Players” at #4 and Metro Boomin’s “Superhero (Heroes & Villains)” f/Future & Chris Brown at #12, followed by Drake & 21 Savage’s “Spin Bout U” at #13. Strazza and Columbia see Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” move up three spots to #17. RCA also has Latto’s “Lottery” f/LU KALA set to debut at #26. Look for Capitol and Dixie to debut Ice Spice’s “In Ha Mood” this week.

And at Modern Rock, Crush Music’s Fall Out Boy will have next week’s new #1 with “Love From the Other Side.” Warner’s Rob Goldklang has Linkin Park’s “Lost” rocketing to #2 after just three weeks, while Depeche Mode’s “Ghosts Again,” guided by Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin, quickly enters the Top 20. The Revivalists have a huge debut in the mid-20s with “Kid” and Dirty Hit’s beabadoobee makes a nice move to right around #30 with “the perfect pair.”

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