HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, Columbia's Peter Gray and bunch retain the #1 spot for a fifth consecutive week with Miley Cyrus' “Flowers.” The Orchard's Buch & Sarullo drive RAYE’s “Escapism.” f/070 Shake to #7 this week. Over at RCA, Rothschild and squad move Chris Brown's “Under the Influence” into the Top 10 and Miguel's “Sure Thing” into the Top 15. Columbia also has Cyrus’ “River” debuting on the chart. It moves all the way up to the Top 25. Interscope's Romano & Lopes crew have Reneé Rapp's “Too Well” perched in the Top 30. Others behind debuts this week include Warner’s Chester & Dyer with Macklemore’s “NO MORE BAD DAYS” f/Collett (Bendo), In2une's Team Connone & Lucek with JVKE’s “this is what heartbreak feels like” (JVKE/AWAL) and Sackheim's Epic crew with Meghan Trainor’s “Mother.”

At Rhythm, meanwhile, Davey Dee and Republic remain atop the chart this week with Coi Leray’s “Players.” Dee also has Drake & 21 Savage’s “Spin Bout U” entering the Top 5, while Metro Boomin’s “Superhero (Heroes & Villains)” w/Future & Chris Brown comes in at #7. Nino and Interscope welcome Rema x Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” into the Top 10. Capitol’s Team Dixie has Ice Spice’s “In Ha Mood” (10K Projects) breaking inside the Top 20, as does Republic’s Nicki Minaj, with “Red Ruby da Sleeze.” Making their chart debuts this week will be Capitol’s Toosii with “Favorite Song,” Columbia’s Strazza with The Kid LAROI’s “Love Again” and Interscope’s Ella Mai with “This Is.”

And at Modern Rock, it’s all about Warner’s Rob Goldklang as Linkin Park’s “Lost” enjoys another week at #1. We expect it to have a lengthy run at the top. Warner also has Gorillaz’ “New Gold” f/Tame Impala & Bootie Brown bursting into the Top 10, while Mike Shinoda’s “In My Head” f/Kailee Morgue gets an impressive Top 30 chart debut. Other moves include Dirty Hit’s beabadoobee with “the perfect pair” approaching the Top 15, while Jackie Kajzer & John DiMaio at Better Noise take Dirty Heads’ “Rescue Me” Top 25 this week and Republic’s Amanda Dobbins and Drew Hauser have a nice debut with New West’s “Those Eyes.”