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THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

It’s been 4 weeks now that Republic’s Drake has sat at #1 with “Laugh Now Cry Later” f/Lil Durk. Holding a record for a month at Rhythm is no easy chore, but Davey Dee and Garrett Ream are always up for the challenge. They also have Pop Smoke’s “For The Night” leaping #17-11, thanks to a 530 spin increase. They debut Ariana Grande’s “positions” at #37, and this too was up over 500 spins. Daddy Yankee’s “Don Don” comes in at #43 and looks to debut this coming week.

Right behind Drake is Columbia’s 24kGoldn with “Mood” f/iann dior. This was up 400 spins and is now #1 on the building chart! There is a remix which features Justin Bieber and J Balvin that also arrived this week. John Strazza and James White are also a week or so away from impacting The Kid LAROI’s “So Done” and are taking early believers this week.

RCA’s Lori G and Inca welcome Chris Brown X Young Thug’s “Say You Love Me” into the Top 25, gaining 160 spins along the way. SZA’s “Hit Different” holds at #26 and looks to get some rotation increases. Right behind is Mulatto’s “Muwop,” which is up triple digits and her profile continues to grow. G-Eazy’s “Hate The Way” f/blackbear has another impressive week as it sees another 415 spin gain and climbs #38-31. Bryson Tiller’s “Outta Time” impacted last week and gains 200 spins. Look for this to debut in the next 2 weeks.

Def Jam’s Noah Sheer has Bieber’s “Holy” f/Chance The Rapper at #14, up 130 spins. Jhene Aiko’s “B.S.” continues to impress as she is Top 15 and approaching Top 5 at Urban. Big Sean has two records on the chart as “Wolves” holds at #23, up 130 spins, and “Body Language” gains 150 spins and moves to #32. Noah debuts YG‘s “Rodeo” this week at #40. It gains 240 spins and looks to get a few more hold outs this week.

Epic’s Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson see Travis Scott’s “FRANCHISE” enter the Top 10 at #9. He adds 380 spins to his total and now has his sights set on Top 5. DJ Khaled’s “GREECE” f/Drake is at #13, and 21 Savage’s “Mr. Right Now” f/Metro Boomin moves up two spots to #21. This was up 525 spins and shows no signs of slowing down. DDG’s “Moonwalking In Calabasas” looks to be a few weeks away from a debut as it lands at #53, up 125 spins. They are impacting Flipp Dinero’s “No, No, No” this week.

Over at Capitol, Greg Marella and Niles Goodwin have Internet Money’s “Lemonade” rocketing to #5. It is up an amazing 820 spins and will move to #3 this coming week. They also have Ne-Yo & Jeremih’s “U 2 Luv” moving inside the Top 20 and gaining 220 spins.

Interscope’s Nino Cuccinello is rolling with DaBaby’s “Blind,” as it climbs two spots to #6 and is up 250 spins. Ella Mai’s “Not Another Love Song” just misses a debut, coming in at #42. BRS Kash’s “Go Baby” continues to grow and they are impacting Shenseea’s “Lighter” this week.

Warner’s B Dot Scales sees Saweetie explode on the chart with “Back To The Streets.” It gains 555 spins and comes in at #35. Look for this to be in the Top 25 in the next two weeks! Popcaan’s “Twist & Turn” continues to find new believers each week. It moves #35-33 while adding 60 spins to his total.

Greatest increases:

Internet Money “Lemonade” (10k Projects/Capitol)

Saweetie “Back To The Streets” (Icy/Artistry/Warner)

Pop Smoke “For The Night” (Victor Victor/Republic)

21 Savage & Metro Boomin “Mr. Right Now” (Republic-Epic)

Ariana Grande “positions” (Republic)

Buzz Records:

Bryson Tiller “Outta Time” (RCA)

DDG “Moonwalking In Calabasas” (Epic)

Ella Mai “Not Another Love Song” (Interscope)

The Kid LAROI “So Done” (Columbia)

YG “Rodeo” (Def Jam)