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CROSSOVER
THE BALL STREET JOURNAL

Warner’s CJ hold down the #1 spot for another week with “Whoopty” and B Dot Scales now has his sights set on getting Saweetie’s “Best Friend” f/Doja Cat in position to do the same. It’s currently #5, up 175 spins. Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” holds at #11 but is up another 335 spins. Right behind is Erica Banks’ “Buss It,” which moves up one spot with a 210-spin boost. The immediate goal is to get both inside the Top 10. Make sure you check out 2KBaby X Marshmello’s “Like This,” which impacts in the next few weeks.

Over at Republic, Davey Dee and Garrett Ream dropped Drake’s latest, “What’s Next,” and it comes in at #41 after less than 48 hours. It’s already #34 as I write this. Look for this to be Top 10 in the next 3 weeks. Ariana Grande’s “34+35” is at #3 after a 475-spin increase. Pop Smoke’s “Hello” (Victor Victor) enters the Top 20 this week thanks to an increase of 385 spins. Coi Leray’s “No More Parties” debuts at #37! It’s up 335 spins and the consumption is quite impressive! They just impacted Clever’s “Rolls Royce Umbrella” last week and it’s off to a fantastic start. It just misses a debut at #42 and is up 335 spins.

Columbia’s John Strazza and James White have Lil TJay’s “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK firing on all cylinders. Up 740 spins, it moves from #36 to #24 and is still #1 on Apple Music and #2 streaming on Spotify. The Kid LAROI’s “WITHOUT YOU” officially impacts at Rhythm and is up 200 spins. It’s currently Top 20 at Pop and has very impressive streaming numbers.

Lee L’Heureux and Geffen have Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license” at #30. It’s far and away the biggest record at Top 40. SpotemGottem’s “Beat Box” accrues an additional 140 spins and continues to build.

Interscope’s Nino Cucinello sees BRK Kash’s “Go Baby” move inside the Top 15 with a 160-spin increase. Juice WRLD’s “Bad Boy” continues to grow and comes in at #31 this week. They’re impacting new artist Morray’s “Quicksand” this week and the buzz on him is strong. Make sure you check this out.

Over at RCA, Lori G and Inca have H.E.R. “Damage” at #9. Their goal is Top 5 for now. SZA’s “Good Days” (TDE) lands at #17, gaining an even 200 spins. Following right behind is G-Eazy’s “Provide” f/Chris Brown & Mark Morrison at #18 and it’s up an impressive 525 spins. Nipsey Hussle & Jay Z’s “What It Feels Like” holds at #22 this week and the track has grown by 145 spins.

Dixie Tipton and Capitol have Lil Baby’s “On Me” at #16, gaining 330 spins. She also has Mooski’s “Track Star” showing a solid buzz. It’s up 90 spins with an official impact date of 3/16.

Sujit Kundu has Fat Joe “Sunshine” (RNG/EMPIRE) sliding up a spot to #13. This one sees a 365-spin increase and looks to crack the Top 10 in the next few weeks.

Def Jam and Noah Sheer have Jhené Aiko’s “Born Tired” sitting at #35 as Fredo Bang’s “Top” debuts this week at #38, thanks to an increase of 200 spins. Nasty C’s “Black & White” will impact this week and word on the street is they’ll also be impacting a new Justin Bieber in the next 7 days! 

Biggest Increase:
Lil TJay “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK (Columbia)
Drake “What’s Next” (OVO/Republic)
G-Eazy “Provide” f/Chris Brown & Mark Morrison (RCA)
Ariana Grande “34+35” (Republic)
Pop Smoke “Hello” (Victor Victor/Republic)

Buzz Records:
Drake “What’s Next” (OVO/Republic)
SpotemGottem “Beat Box” (Geffen)
Clever “Rolls Royce Umbrella” (Republic)
Doja Cat “Streets” (RCA)
Fredo Bangs “Top” (Def Jam)