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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, we have a new #1 this week as Interscope's Olivia Rodrigo and her fast-moving single "drivers license" jump to claim the honor. Columbia sees Ritt Momney’s "Put Your Records On" (Disruptor) rise; it’s set to join the Top 5. Republic's The Weeknd enters the Top 10 with "Save Your Tears" (XO), while Warner's Dua Lipa and Columbia's The Kid LAROI go Top 20 with "We're Good" and "WITHOUT YOU," respectively. Arista's Sigala is now Top 25 with "Lasting Lover" f/James Arthur. Debuting on the chart this week will be In2une's Daya with "Bad Girl" (Sandlot/AWAL).  

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, Warner’s CJ surges to #1 with “Whoopty” as Republic’s Ariana Grande enters the Top 5 with “34+35.” Warner also sees Saweetie’s “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat gain momentum in the Top 10, and Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” continues to grow in the Top 20 alongside RCA’s SZA with “Good Days” (TDE). RCA also has Nipsey Hussle and Jay Z’s “What It Feels Like” over 500 spins; it moves into the Top 25 with G-Eazy’s “Provide” f/Chris Brown & Mark Morrison. Looking to have solid debuts this week are Geffen’s SPOTEMGOTTEM with “Beat Box” and Columbia’s Lil TJay with “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK.

And at Modern Rock, Interscope’s Machine Gun Kelly will have the new #1 next week with “my ex’s best friend” f/blackbear. Republic’s Glass Animals climb to #3 with “Heat Waves” as RCA’s Foo Fighters enter the Top 10 with “Waiting on a War.” Boasting more than 300 spins, S-Curve’s AJR makes a big jump from #25 to #17 with “Way Less Sad.” Big Noise sees MOD SUN’s “Flames” f/Avril Lavigne arrive in the Top 20, and ATO’s Black Pumas now have a Top 25 record with “Colors.” Making strong chart debuts are Warner’s Mike Shinoda with “Happy Endings” f/iann dior & UPSAHL and Nessa Barrett’s “la di die” f/jxdn.

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