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CROSSOVER
THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

Republic’s Davey Dee and Garrett Ream are celebrating the success of Pop Smoke’s “What You Know Bout Love,” which is holding down the #1 spot on the chart for a fifth straight week! They’re also seeing Ariana Grande’s “34+35” enter the Top 10 this week as a top gainer thanks to a 700-spin increase. Right behind it, at #9, is The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears,” up 335 spins. Pop Smoke’s current track, “Hello,” debuts at #6 with a surge of more than 490 spins. Nav’s “Young Wheezy” f/ Gunna maintains its course at #28, up 90 spins, while Coi Leray’s “No More Parties” will officially go for adds this week. The track is Top 10 at Apple Music, with solid TikTok and Shazam numbers. Make sure to spend some time with this one.

Warner and B Dot Scales have positioned CJ’s “Whoopty” as the next #1. It’s now at #2, having accrued an additional 590 spins. Saweetie’s “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat is also in the Top 10, set to enter the Top 5 in the coming week. Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” climbs to #12 with a 360-spin boost, as Erica Banks’ “Buss It” follows close behind, at #13. Up 295 spins, Erica shows no signs of slowing down.

Over at RCA, Lori G and Inca have H.E.R.’s “Damage” at #10, up 230 spins, as SZA’s “Good Days” enters the Top 20 after gaining 215. Nipsey Hussle & Jay Z’s “What It Feels Like” adds 640 spins to their total—and premieres in the Top 25! RCA’s dynamic duo officially impacts Eazy’s “Provide” f/Chris Brown & Mark Morrison this week. It’s already #29 courtesy of a 430-spin increase. Keep an eye open for “Provide” to quickly enter the Top 20. Mulatto’s “Sex Lies,” landing at #49 this week, is just getting started; the song is likely a few weeks from debuting.

Epic’s Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson see DDG’s “Moonwalking in Calabasas” enjoying a 110-spin expansion, rising two positions to #22. Unghetto Mathieu’s “Plastic” comes in at #46, while Black Eyed Peas’ “Girl Like Me” lands at #48. Both appear a few weeks away from a debut. Travis Scott & HVME’s “Goosebumps Remix” is really moving at Top 40 and picking up steam here at Rhythm. It’s currently #50, up 50 spins.

Round Interscope way, Nino Cuccinello watches BRS Kash’s “Go Baby” move up to #18, gaining 170 spins. DaBaby leaps to #27 with “Masterpiece,” securing more than 410 spins, as Juice WRLD’s “Bad Boy” swiftly climbs to #31, scoring a 120-spin bump. EARTHGANG’s “Options” with Wale is up one spot to #34 this week. Look for Interscope to impact Moneybagg Yo’s “Time Today” next week.

Columbia’s John Strazza and James White are about to make some serious noise with Lil Tjay’s “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK. Presently at #57, the track has grown by 180 spins. It officially impacts this week. The streams are quite impressive on “Phone” as well, pushing it to #1 at Apple, Spotify and Soundcloud. Make sure you’re up on it!

Lee L’Heureux and Geffen have Olivia Rodrigo’s smash, “drivers license,” at #30 (it’s the biggest record at Top 40 at the moment). SPOTEMGOTTEM’s “Beat Box” gains more than 200 spins, appearing to be a week away from a debut.

Def Jam’s Noah Sheer introduces Jhené Aiko’s “Born Tired” this week at #37. Jhené was up 130 spins. Sheer also just impacted Fredo Bang’s “Top,” which races to #51, gaining 200 spins.

Biggest Increase:

Ariana Grande, “34+35” (Republic)

Nipsey Hussle & Jay Z, “What It Feels Like” (RCA)

CJ, “Whoopty” (Warner)

Pop Smoke, “Hello” (Victor Victor/Republic)

Saweetie, “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat (Warner)

Buzz Records:

Lil TJay, “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK (Columbia) 

SPOTEMGOTTEM, “Beat Box” (Geffen)

Fredo Bang, “Top” (Def Jam)Doja Cat, “Streets” (RCA)

Coi Leray, “No More Parties” (Republic)