HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, Interscope’s Olivia Rodrigo will continue her reign at the top of the chart for another week with "good 4 u" (Geffen), but The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber are poised to break her hold on the top two spots with “Stay” (Columbia), which was the Top 10 greatest gainer, looking to move to #2. Joining the Top 10 will be Republic's The Weeknd with "Take My Breath" (XO) as Columbia power bottom Lil Nas X enters the Top 15 with "INDUSTRY BABY" f/Jack Harlow. Arista's Måneskin penetrates the Top 20 with "Beggin" (Sony Music Latin), as does the aforementioned O-Rod with "traitor" (Geffen). Island's Shawn Mendes & Tainy take a big jump, landing in the Top 25 with "Summer of Love" (Republic) as greatest gainer, while Epic's Black Eyed Peas make the Top 30 with "HIT IT" f/Saweetie & LeLe Pons. RCA has two tracks debuting on the chart: WizKid’s "Essence" f/Tems (Starboy) and Doja Cat’s "Need to Know" (Kemosabe). Impacting and debuting this week will be Capitol's Halsey with “I am not a woman, I'm a god.”

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, RCA's Doja Cat holds at #1 with “You Right” f/The Weeknd (Kemosabe/XO/Republic) as Epic’s DJ Khaled moves to #2 with “EVERY CHANCE I GET” f/Lil Baby & Lil Durk (WTB/Roc Nation) and LNX enters the Top 10 with “INDUSTRY BABY." RCA also sees WizKid’s “Essence” f/Tems maneuver an increase of more than 600 spins. Climbing into the Top 20 will be Republic’s Pop Smoke with “Woo Baby” f/Chris Brown (Victor Victor) and The Weekend’s “Take My Breath” as The Kid LAROI bops into the Top 25 with “Stay.” Look for chart debuts this week from RCA’s Khalid with “New Normal,” Republic’s Lil Tecca with “REPEAT IT” f/Gunna and Interscope’s BAS with “The Jackie” f/J. Cole & Lil Tjay.

And at Modern Rock, AWAL’s girl in red climbs to #2 this week with “Serotonin.” Republic’s Bastille will march on the Top 10 by next week with “Distorted Light Beam,” and Måneskin surges to #19 with “Beggin," which sees a 350-spin increase. Mom+Pop’s SEB arrives in the Top 25 with “seaside_demo,” and Warner will see Nessa Barrett’s “I hope ur miserable until ur dead” make its chart debut.