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CROSSOVER
BALL STREET JOURNAL

Sincerest congrats to Republic’s Pop Smoke, whose Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon has spent 20 weeks as the #1 Rap album in the land, breaking the record previously held by Eminem’s Recovery. Davey Dee and Garrett Ream have likewise made Pop Smoke a household name in the Rhythm world; his current single, “Hello,” moves to #17 this week, gaining 210 spins. Dee & Ream also have Drake’s latest, “What’s Next” (OVO), rocketing to #11. The track was this week’s greatest gainer, posting an additional 1,050 spins. Coi Leray’s “No More Parties,” meanwhile, moves five spots to #29, tacking on 190 spins, and Clever’s “Rolls Royce Umbrella” slides up five places as well, to #34.

Warner’s B Dot Scales is enjoying FOUR records in the Top 10 this week! Saweetie’s “Best Friend” f/Doja Catascends to #3, gaining 225 spins; Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” enters the Top 5, grabbing an additional 420 spins; Erica Banks’ “Buss It” sees an increase of 245 as it moves up a spot to #8; and CJ’s “Whoopty” comes in at #9. Needless to say, this quartet is a major milestone for the label.

Over at Columbia, John Strazza and James White welcome Lil Tjay’s “Calling My Phone” f/6LACK into the Top 15. Up 375 spins, it shows no sign of slowing down. Strazza and White debut “WITHOUT YOU,” which gains 150 spins for The Kid LAROI, who also just dropped a couple of Spotify Singles—an acoustic version of the aforementioned platinum track and a piano-driven rendition of Drake’s “Shot for Me.” Do not fail to note: The Kid is alright.

Noah Sheer and Def Jam see Fredo Bang’s “Top” climb six spots to #31 with an 80-spin increase as Jhené Aiko’s “Born Tired” comes in at #35. Nasty C’s “Black and White” f/Ari Lennox is up triple digits, cracking the Top 50. Noah is also impacting Justin Bieber’s new track, “Peaches” f/Daniel Caesar and GIVĒON, this week; it’s up 350 spins. Think “Peaches” will debut high next week? We’re guessing this is another big one for the Biebs.

RCA’s Lori G and Inca have G-Eazy’s “Provide” f/Chris Brown & Mark Morrison at #13, gaining 270 spins, and SZA’s “Good Days” (TDE) in the Top 15. Doja Cat’s “Streets” continues to develop; it moves #40-33, up 80 spins.

Interscope’s Nino Cuccinello finds DaBaby’s “Masterpiece” entering the Top 25 this week as he debuts Morray’s “Quicksand” at #38, scoring a 275-spin jump. Landing at #45 thanks to a 175-rotation boost, Moneybagg Yo’s “Time Today” will likely bide its time for a few weeks before debuting.

Epic’s Rick Sackheim and Dontay Thompson witness Travis Scott & HVME’s “Goosebumps” premiere at #37. Unghetto Mattieu’s “Plastic,” on the other hand just misses its debut, landing at #41, up 55 spins. Still, having impacted GIVĒON’s “Heartbreak Anniversary” last week, Sackheim and Thompson are basking in its glow this week—up 190 spins, the track finishes at #52. This one will surely debut in the next few weeks.

Geffen’s Lee L’Heureux continues to build the profile of SpotemGottem’s “Beat Box,” which moves to #30 on an increase of 65 spins.

Capitol’s Dixie Tipton is angling to embed Lil Baby’s “On Me” in the Top 10—it’s currently #12, having accumulated 160 spins this week. She debuts Mooski’s “Track Star” at #39 on nearly 400 additional spins. The buzz on that one is SOLID.

Most Increased
Drake, “What’s Next” (OVO/Republic)
Yung Bleu, “You’re Mines Still” (Warner)
Mooski, “Track Star” (Capitol)
Lil Tjay, “Calling My Name” f/6LACK (Columbia)
Justin Bieber, “Peaches” f/Daniel Caesar and GIVĒON (Def Jam)

Buzz Records
Justin Bieber, “Peaches” f/Daniel Caesar and GIVĒON (Def Jam)
Morray, “Quicksand” (Interscope)
GIVĒON, “Heartbreak Anniversary” (Not So Fast/Epic)
Nasty C, “Black and White” (Def Jam)
Kali Uchis “telepatía” (EMI/Interscope)