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YOUR RADIO CHART PREVIEW

For a second week in a row, and with fresh momentum from a super hot video release that literally shows him ON FIRE, XO/Republic's The Weeknd holds off fierce competition. OMI's worldwide smash, "Cheerleader" (Ultra/Columbia), and Silento's viral dance anthem, "Watch Me" (Capitol), put up a fight, but "Can't Feel My Face" holds the #1 spot this week. The aforementioned two are right on Tesfaye's heels, though, as both songs clock major spins and gain sales momentum. But The Weeknd clearly owns the format at the moment, after a monster week for "The Hills" as well; it was up over 750 spins. Meanwhile, A1/Freebandz/Epic's Future is benefiting from the high profile Drake/Meek Mill beef, as his collabo with the Toronto superstar, "Where Ya At," sees impressive gains at radio. Speaking of impressive gains, the same can be said for the refreshing acoustic jam from Warner Bros.' Nico & Vinz, "That's How You Know."