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RHYTHM CHART PREVIEW

Epic/Wondaland swag daddy Jidenna continues his journey to the top five this week with “Classic Man," while RCA makes a push into the Top Ten with both Kid Ink's “Be Real” (Alumni/88 Classic) and Tinashe's “All Hands On Deck."  Omi will have yet another massive spin gain with “Cheerleader” (Ultra/Louder Than Life/Columbia) and there are two more explosive spin gainers right behind him-- Taylor Swift f/Kendrick Lamar's “Bad Blood" (Big Machine/Republic) and Sage The Gemini f/Nick Jonas' “Good Thing" (Empire/Republic).  Silento's “Watch Me” (Capitol) is also on fire, up nearly 400 spins this week.  But despite all this chart momentum, the biggest debut and spin gain of all will come from XO/Republic's The Weeknd, who unleashed his Max Martin-produced instant classic “Can’t Feel My Face” on Monday and is expected to post up an increase of over 900 spins.