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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40 24kGoldn takes the #1 spot for a 5th consecutive week with "Mood" f/iann dior (RECORDS/Columbia). Def Jam's Justin Bieber is now Top 5, with "Holy" f/Chance The Rapper, and RCA's Kane Brown joins the Top 10 with "Be Like That" f/Khalid & Swae Lee (Interscope). Darkroom/Interscope phenom Billie Eilish looks to join the Top 20 with "Therefore I Am.” Angling to debut on the chart is Columbia's Lil Nas X, with "Holiday," Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber, unleashing "Monster" (Island/Republic), and Miley Cyrus, knocking with "Prisoner" f/Dua Lipa.

In the meantime, at Rhythm, 10k Projects/Capitol’s Internet Money will have the new #1 this week with “Lemonade” f/Don Toliver, Gunna & Nav. Republic’s Pop Smoke moves into the Top 5 with “For the Night,” while Justin Bieber’s “Holy” (Def Jam) and 21 Savage’s “Mr. Right Now” (Epic) enter the Top 10. Warner’s Saweetie will be Top 15 with “Back to the Streets” f/Jhene Aiko. Flirting with a debut this week are Republic’s Pop Smoke, with “What You Know Bout Love,” RCA’s Bryson Tiller, with “Outta Time,” and Columbia’s The Kid LAROI, with “So Done.”

And at Modern Rock, waltzing into the Top 10 are Columbia’s 24kGoldn, with “Mood” f/iann dior, and RCA’s Foo Fighters, with “Shame Shame.” Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish rockets to #15 with “Therefore I Am,” up 500 spins. Caroline sees Clairo’s “Sofia” approach the Top 20. AJR’s “Bummerland” (S-Curve) is now a Top 25 record. And making their chart debuts are Warner’s ONR, with “Must Stop” f/Sarah Barthel, and RCA’s The Strokes, with “The Adults Are Talking.”

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