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CROSSOVER
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Happy Independence Day weekend! Interscope’s DaBaby will hold at #1 this week with “Rockstar,” while RCA’s Chris Brown X Young Thug and Epic’s Young T & Bugsey continue to drive toward the Top 5 with “Go Crazy” and “Don’t Rush” f/Headie One. HITCO’s SAINt JHN will enter the Top 10 with “Roses (Imanbek Remix)” (Godd Complexx), and Columbia’s Powfu will reach the Top 15 with “coffee for your head” f/beabadoobee. Warner’s Saweetie will debut inside the Top 30 and be up over 750 spins with “Tap In” (Icy) and you can look for Capitol’s Lil Baby to debut this week with “The Bigger Picture.”


 
 
YOUR RADIO ADD RECAPS

In another fairly slow week, Motown/Capitol’s City Girls garner 33 adds on “Jobs,” taking the #1 Most Added. Not far behind is Columbia’s Chloe & Halle with “Do It,” grabbing 27 commitments. Def Jam continues to close out Bino Rideaux’s “Brand New” as they get 17 new stations. Warner’s Saweetie brings in another 16 adds on “Tap In” (Icy), and Motown/Capitol’s Ne-Yo & Jeremih solidify 8 more closeouts on “U 2 Luv.”


 
 
YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

Interscope goes back to back with #1’s as DaBaby’s “Rockstar” replaces Lil Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo” this week. Making some nice gains inside the Top 10 are RCA’s Chris Brown X Young Thug with “Go Crazy” and Epic’s Young T & Bugsey with “Don’t Rush” f/Headie One. Jhene Aiko’s “OTW” (Def Jam) and SAINt JHN’s “Roses (Imanbek Remix)” (Godd Complexx/HITCO) continue to grow well inside the Top 20. Columbia’s StaySolidRocky will see a 250 spin increase on “Party Girl.” Look for Epic’s Tyla Yaweh to debut with week with “Tommy Lee” f/Post Malone, as well as Interscope’s Juice WRLD with “Tell Me U Luv Me” and Capitol’s Ne-Yo & Jeremih with “U 2 Luv.”


 
 
THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

It’s shaping up to be a very good month for Interscope and Nino Cuccinello as he scratches and claws his way to a #1 with Lil Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo” this week. It was up 200 spins and took 16 weeks to reach the pinnacle. He's also looks to have yet another #1 as DaBaby’s “Rockstar” is poised to jump Mosey next week. Currently sitting at #2, it was up 840 spins and looks to hold there for at least a few weeks. Moneybagg Yo’s “1,2,3” moves up a spot to #29 and Juice WRLD’s “Tell Me U Luv Me” f/Trippie Redd just misses a debut, coming in at #42. He was up 190 spins.

Epic’s Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson see THE SCOTTS’ “THE SCOTTS” move up to #9, gaining an even 200 spins. Young T & Bugsey’s “Don’t Rush” f/Headie One gains 290 spins and is now #11. Future’s “Trillionaire” moves up to #27, thanks to a 200-spin increase, while Black Eyed Peas’ “Mamacita” slides up 3 spots to #30. They were up 185 spins. French Montana’s “Cold” is now at #33, seeing an additional 215 spins added to his total. Tyla Yaweh’s “Tommy Lee” f/Post Malone just misses a debut and lands at #43. It was up 375 and is already on the building chart.

Columbia’s John Strazza and James White continue to build Powfu’s “coffee for your head.” It holds at #16 and was up triple digits. StaySolidRocky’s “Party Girl” sees a 300 spin increase and moves to #22. The streams on this are still very impressive. Over the weekend, Beyoncé dropped a single entitled “Black Parade.” It’s currently #1 on iTunes and the buzz continues to get bigger.

Republic’s Davey Dee and Garrett Ream have Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” at #28, up 55 spins. Lil Tecca’s “Out of Love” sees an increase of 85 spins and holds at #34.

Over at Warner, B Dot Scales holds PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “Believe It” f/Rihanna at #6, gaining 200 spins. NLE Choppa’s “Walk Em Down” has one of his best weeks, gaining 160 spins. He’s now at #23. They also dropped a brand new Saweetie track, “Tap In.” They’re impacting immediately and it’ll be on the chart by next week!

RCA’s Lori G and Inca welcome Chris Brown X Young Thug’s “Go Crazy” to the Top 10! It was up 575 spins and continues growing each week. Doja Cat’s “Like That” f/Gucci Mane (Kemosabe) gains 175 spins and moves up a spot to #13. Mulatto’s “B***h From Da Souf” gains 30 spins as it continues to build.

Over at Geffen, Lee L’Heureux has J.I The Prince of N.Y.’s “Need Me” at #21, up 60 spins. They also have Rod Wave’s “Girl Of My Dreams” up 150 spins and moves to #35.

Def Jam’s Noah Sheer has Jhene Aiko’s “OTW” at #14, up 215 spins. He’s beginning the set up of Bino Rideaux’s “Brand New.” Make sure you give it a listen!

Capitol’s Dixie Tipton continues to drive Lil Baby’s “Emotionally Scarred” towards the Top 15. Holding at #18, he’s up 260 spins. Migos’ “Need It” f/YoungBoy Never Broke Again enters the Top 20, thanks to a 310-spin increase. They debut Ne-Yo & Jeremih’s “U 2 Luv” at #39, thanks to a 240-spin jump. Make sure you are on Lil Baby’s “The Bigger Picture.” Up 200 spins, it’s most likely going to be the next track from him and is a perfect record for the times!

Most Increased:
DaBaby “Rockstar” f/Roddy Ricch (SCMG/Interscope)
SAINt JHN “Roses (Imanbek Remix)” (Godd Complexx/HITCO)
Chris Brown X Young Thug “Go Crazy” (Chris Brown/300 Entertainment/RCA)
Tyla Yaweh “Tommy Lee” f/Post Malone (London Ent./Republic-Epic)
Migos “Need It” f/YoungBoy Never Broke Again (QC/Motown/Capitol)

Buzz Records:
Saweetie “Tap In” (Icy/Warner)
Ne-Yo & Jeremih “U 2 Luv” (Motown/Capitol)
Juice WRLD “Tell Me U Luv Me” f/Trippie Redd (Grade A/Interscope)
Teyana Taylor
“Made It” (Def Jam)
Tyla Yaweh “Tommy Lee” f/Post Malone (London Ent./Epic)