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CROSSOVER
THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

I won’t beat a dead horse and talk about the Coronavirus in detail, I just hope everyone is being smart and proactive in practicing social distancing as well as being mindful of the elderly and those who may have a compromised immune system. Commonsense is key!

On a more positive note, Epic’s Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson did it! They took Future and Drake’s “Life Is Good” (Freebandz/Republic) to #1! It was up 575 spins and took 9 weeks to achieve the goal. They also have Black Eyed Peas X J. Balvin’s “RITMO (Bad Boys for Life)” up 160 spins, as it holds at #11. Camila Cabello’s “My Oh My” f/DaBaby gains 70 spins and holds at #19. They debut Jackboys’ “Out West”(Cactus Jack) at #34, thanks to a 220-spin increase. Yo Gotti’s “H.O.E.” moves closer to a debut, gaining 70 spins and landing at #46.

Over at Columbia, John Strazza and James White are lining up Russ & Bia’s “Best On Earth” to go #1 this week. It’s #3 right now and up 200 spins. They have momentum, and with a hard push, can climb the mountain. They also dropped a new Tyga track, “Freak,” and will look for official adds next week.

Over at Interscope, Nino Cuccinello sees blackbear’s “hot girl bummer” at #7 and Trevor Daniel’s “Falling” at #16. He also has Summer Walker’s “Come Thru” f/Usher at #17, up triple digits. Eminem’s “Godzilla” is also up 110 spins and climbs up a spot to #23. Nino debuts Lil Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo” at #40, thanks to a 325-spin increase. Next up for them is DaBaby’s “Vibez” and K Kamp‘s “Lottery.”

Capitol’s Dixie Tipton is making a Top 5 push with Lil Baby’s “Woah.” It’s currently at #6 and up 165 spins. Migos’ “Give No Fxk” f/Travis Scott moves up a spot to #18 and was up 190 spins. Dixie is also impacting Lil Yachty’s “Oprah’s Bank Account” f/Drake this week.

RCA’s Lori G and Inca have H.E.R.’s “Slide” moving #6-4, thanks to an increase of 250 spins. Doja Cat’s “Say So” (Kemosabe) enters the Top 15. It was up 475 spins and shows no signs of slowing down. Khalid X Disclosure’s “Know Your Worth” is up 120 spins, good enough for #26. Right behind is SZA X Justin Timberlake’s “The Other Side,” which is up 440 spins and rockets #37-27.

Republic’s Davey Dee and Garrett Ream have The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” (XO) at #13, up another 245 spins. Skip Marley & H.E.R.’s “Slow Down” is up 230 spins as it enters the Top 25. Karol G & Nicki Minaj’s “TUSA” gains 110 spins as it moves to #29. Kiana Lede’s “Mad At Me” grows by 85 spins, landing at #32. They also debut The Weeknd’s “After Hours” (XO) at #39, which was up 140 spins. Based on research and streams, they’re going back after Pop Smoke’s “Dior.” Take a look at your market and see where the numbers are.

Noah Sheer and Def Jam have Justin Bieber’s “Intentions” f/Quavo at #14, tacking on 185 spins to his total. They just miss a debut with Jhené Aiko’s “OTW” as it comes in at #42 and is up 125 spins.

Geffen’s Lee L’Heureux has Rod Wave’s “Heart on Ice” at #21, up 90 spins. He just impacted J.I. The Prince Of NY’s “Need Me” and it’s off to a solid start. It’s up 65 spins and is now inside the Top 50.

Biggest Increase:

Future & Drake “Life Is Good” (Freebandz/Republic-Epic)

Doja Cat “Say So” Kemosabe/RCA)

SZA X Justin Timberlake “The Other Side” (RCA)

Lil Mosey “Blueberry Faygo” (Interscope)

H.E.R. “Slide” (RCA)

Buzz Records:

Lil Mosey “Blueberry Faygo” (Interscope)

Tyga “Freak” (Columbia)

K Kamp “Lottery” (Empire/Interscope)

Lil Yachty “Oprah’s Bank Account” f/Drake (QC/Motown/Capitol)

J.I. The Prince Of NY “Need Me” (Geffen/Interscope)