HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, Columbia is back at #1 this week as Lil Nas X’s "THAT’S WHAT I WANT" claims the top spot. RCA's Doja Cat is now in the Top 5 with "Woman" (Kemosabe), while Interscope's Imagine Dragons join the Top 10 with "Enemy" f/JID, Arcane & League of Legends (KIDinaKORNER). Epic's Camila Cabello enters the Top 20 with "Bam Bam" f/Ed Sheeran (SYCO), and Republic's Em Beihold lands in the Top 30 with "Numb Little Bug." Look for Epic's Mimi Webb to debut with "House on Fire."

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, RCA has back-to-back #1s as Doja Cat’s “Woman” (Kemosabe) is poised to top this week’s chart. The label has the #2 and #3 records as well. M.E.W. Entertainment keeps driving Muni Long’s “Hrs and Hrs” (SuperGiant), which pays off with its entry into the Top 10. Joining the Top 15 will be Def Jam’s YG with “Scared Money” f/J. Cole & Moneybagg Yo, Republic’s Nicki Minaj with “Do We Have a Problem?” f/Lil Baby and Epic’s JNR Choi with “TO THE MOON” (Black Butter). Angling for a debut will be Interscope’s Ella Mai with “DFMU” and Motown/Capitol’s Vince Staples with “MAGIC” f/Mustard.

And at Modern Rock, Interscope’s Imagine Dragons remain at #1 for another week with “Enemy” f/JID, Arcane & League of Legends (KIDinaKORNER), but Warner’s Red Hot Chili Peppers look ready to take over the top spot with “Black Summer.” Nonesuch/Warner’s Black Keys rocket to #11 with “Wild Child,” up 500 spins, while Dualtone’s The Lumineers jump into the Top 20 with “Where We Are,” thanks to a 175-spin increase, and Republic’s Florence + The Machine quickly approaches the Top 25 with “My Love.” Crush Music’s Weezer and RCA’s half alive make their chart debuts with “A Little Bit of Love” and “Move Me,” respectively.