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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Columbia's Harry Styles will remain atop the chart with "As It Was" for a sixth week, tying his personal best with "Watermelon Sugar" in 2019. RCA’s Doja Cat joins the Top 10 with "Get Into It (Yuh)" (Kemosabe), while Republic's Post Malone is looking to be the greatest gainer as he takes a huge jump, landing in the Top 20 with "I Like You (A Happier Song)” f/Doja Cat (Mercury/RCA). Columbia's Calvin Harris enters the Top 30 this week with "Potion" w/Dua Lipa & Young Thug (Warner), as does Island/Republic’s Lauren Spencer-Smith, with "Flowers.” Making their chart debuts will be Capitol's Halsey with "So Good," Arista's Måneskin with "SUPERMODEL" and Epic's Future with “WAIT FOR U” f/Drake & Tems (Republic).

At Rhythm, meanwhile, it’s going to be a close call, but RCA’s Doja Cat will likely squeak into the #1 position with “Get Into It (Yuh)” (Kemosabe). Epic’s Future holds at #3 but should go to #1. Republic’s Post Malone & Roddy Ricch enter the Top 5 with “Cooped Up” (Mercury), while Interscope’s Kendrick LamarKodak Black make their way into the Top 10 with “Silent Hill” (pgLang/TDE/Aftermath). Columbia’s Lil Tjay moves into the Top 15 with “In My Head,” as does Republic’s Post Malone, with “I Like You (A Happier Song)” f/Doja Cat (Mercury/RCA) after just two weeks. Columbia also has Ye & XXXTENTACION’s “True Love” in the Top 20. Look for debuts this week from Columbia’s Harry Styles with “As It Was” and Interscope’s Ella Mai with “How” f/Roddy Ricch.

And at Modern RockCrush Music’s Weezer gets another week at #1 with “A Little Bit of Love,” while Republic’s BoyWithUke rises to #2 with “Toxic” and Photo Finish/Virgin’s The Maine enters the Top 5 with “Loved You a Little.” Next up to the Top 10 will be Arista’s Måneskin with “SUPERMODEL,” and arriving in the Top 15 this week will be The Orchard’s Jack White with “What’s the Trick?” EMI/Warner’s Kate Bush hits the Top 20 with “Running Up That Hill” after an impressive 400-spin increase, and Glassnote’s Phoenix has a great chart debut at #25 with “Alpha Zulu.” Capitol’s Maggie Rogers also makes her chart debut, with “Want Want,” as Big Noise’s girlfriends jump into the 30s with “High Again.”

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