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CROSSOVER
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

Columbia runs Arizona Zervas’ “Roxanne” to the top this week, as Doja Cat’s “Juicy” (RCA) moves to #3. Republic’s The Weeknd moves inside the Top 5 with “Heartless,” and Interscope’s DaBaby is now Top 10 with “Bop.” Def Jam’s Justin Bieber continues his massive gains with “Yummy,” and Russ & Bia’s “Best On Earth” (Columbia) remains strong. Capitol’s Lil Baby will be up over 400 spins this week with “Whoa.” Future & Drake’s “Life is Good” (Freebandz/Epic) is off to a tremendous start and will move inside the Top 25. Look for Epic’s Camila Cabello and Interscope’s Trevor Daniel to debut this week with “My Oh My” and “Falling.”


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

Epic’s Future teams up with Drake for “Life Is Good,” (Freebandz) which gathers 58 adds on impact. Over at Interscope, Trevor Daniel’s “Falling” grabs 24 stations this week, and Skip Marley & H.E.R.’s “Slow Down” (Island/Republic) picks up 19 stations. Epic also continues to close out Camila Cabello’s “My Oh My” with 16 new commitments. Alamo/Geffen/Interscope puts 14 stations a week before impact on Rod Wave’s “Heart On Ice,” and Warner grabs 13 adds out of the box on DVSN’s “No Cryin” f/Future.


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

The charts are still a bit skewed with year-end countdown spins, but Interscope holds the #1 spot this week with Mustard’s “Ballin’.” Columbia’s Arizona Zervas and RCA’s Doja Cat are inside the Top 5 with “Roxanne” and “Juicy,” making a push for #1 in the next two weeks. Republic’s The Weeknd is at #7 with “Heartless” and will be inside the Top 5 in a week. Justin Bieber’s “Yummy” (Def Jam) will be far and away this week’s most increased and debuts inside the top 20.


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

Def Jam starts the year with a bang, as Justin Bieber’s “Yummy” gets an impressive 58 adds on impact. Columbia sees 24 stations come in this week on Tyga’s “Ayy Macarena,” while Epic gets 19 commitments with Flipp Dinero f/Lil Baby’s “How I Move.” Label mate Camila Cabello f/DaBaby’s “My Oh My” is right behind with 18 adds. Russ & Bia’s “Best On Earth” (Russ My Way/Columbia) closes out another 11 stations.


 
 
Crossover Index