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YOUR RADIO ADD RECAPS

RCA takes top honors this week with Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More,” getting 47 adds out of the box. It was followed by Geffen’s Rod Wave, which lands 33 commitments on “Tombstone.” Warner picks up 9 more adds on 2KBaby X Marshmello’s “Like This” and Capitol’s Internet Money locks in another 8 stations on “JETSKI” a week before impact. 


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Warner does it again, this time taking Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” to the top spot on the chart. Republic’s Drake is hot on their heels with “What’s Next,” which is a week away from #1. Entering the Top 10 this week are Capitol’s Lil Baby with “On Me” and Columbia’s Lil TJay with “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK. Def Jam’s Justin Bieber rockets inside the Top 15 with “Peaches” f/Daniel Caesar & GIVĒON, while Coi Leray “No More Parties” (Republic) and Mooski’s “Track Star” (Capitol) are officially Top 20 records. Epic’s GIVĒON also sees an increase of over 300 spins on “Heartbreak Anniversary.” Look for Columbia’s Lil Nas X to debut this week with “Montero (Call Me by Your Name).”


 
 
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While there were no records impacting this week, Capitol’s Internet Money took advantage by picking up 14 early adds on “JETSKI” f/Lil Mosey & Lil Tecca. Interscope’s BRS Kash grabs eight more stations on “Kash App” f/Mulatto, as does Kali Uchis’ “telepatía.” Columbia’s Lil Nas X also nails down eight more commitments on his latest track, “Montero (Call Me by Your Name).”


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Warner’s Saweetie takes over the #1 spot with “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat as label mate Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” climbs to #3 and Republic’s Drake enters the Top 5 with “What’s Next.” Capitol’s Lil Baby joins the Top 10 with “On Me” as does Columbia’s Lil TJay with “Calling My Phone.” f/6LACK. Entering the Top 25 is Capitol’s Mooski with “Track Star.” Look for debuts from Epic’s GIVĒON with “Heartbreak Anniversary” and Interscope’s Moneybagg Yo with “Time Today.”