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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

The two biggest stories on the T40 chart this week are the Jonas Brothers and Lil Nas X. Jonas Brothers are on pace to have the #1 and #2 Greatest Gainers on the chart, as first single "Sucker" climbs to #2 while follow-up "Cool" not only charts in one week, but breaks inside the Top 25. Meanwhile, Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" (Columbia) takes a giant leap to land inside the Top 20, as the week's third biggest Greatest Gainer. 

At Rhythm21 Savage's “A Lot” f/ J Cole (Slaughter Gang/Epic) completes its long and steady climb to the top, grabbing the #1 spot this week. Travis Scott's “Wake Up” f/ The Weeknd (Republic-Epic) will see a 500+ spin increase, while City Girls' “Act Up” (QC/Motown/Capitol) will be 400+ spins. 

And at Modern RockCage The Elephant's "Ready To Let Go" (RCA) remains #1 for a sixth week, as Catfish & TheBottlemen's "Longshot" (Capitol) enters the Top 10 at #8, and Mumford & Sons' "Beloved" (Glassnote) moves into the Top 15.

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