HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, RCA’s Team Rothschild holds at #1 with Doja Cat's "Paint the Town Red" (Kemosabe). Capitol's Marella crew has the biggest move in the Top 10, taking Doechii’s "What It Is (Block Boy)" (TDE) from #5 to #3. Columbia's Gray squad has the Greatest Gainer as The Kid LAROI’s "TOO MUCH" f/Jung Kook & Central Cee joins the Top 25 in its first full week of airplay. Warner's Chester & Reich bunch have Kenya Grace's "Strangers" (Major) not only joining the Top 30 but heading to the Top 25 already. Also making the Top 30 move is Capitol's Ice Spice & REMA with "Pretty Girl" (10K Projects). Epic's Sackheim & Dimig team have Tyla’s "Water" (FAX) debuting on the chart prior to official impact.

At Rhythm, meanwhile, RCA's Lori G and Inca bring Doja Cat’s "Paint the Town Red" (Kemosabe) back to #1 this week. Epic’s Sack and Dontay have two Travis Scott tracks inside the top 10 now as "MELTDOWN" f/Drake (Cactus Jack) holds at #4 and "I KNOW?" moves to #8. Look for Davey at Republic to take Drake’s "Rich Baby Daddy" f/Sexyy Red (OVO) Top 10, while his other single, "First Person Shooter" f/J. Cole, enters the Top 30. Joining the Top 15 will be RCA’s Victoria Monét with "On My Mama" and Arista’s Nick P with Paul Russell’s "Lil Boo Thang,” while Dixie Tipton and Capitol rocket Ice Spice & Rema’s "Pretty Girl" (10K Projects) to the Top 25.

And at Modern Rock, Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin gets a third week at #1 with blink-182’s smash “ONE MORE TIME.” Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone see Green Day’s “The American Dream Is Killing Me” enter the chart at #5, which is the highest debut since Linkin Park’s “The Catalyst” in 2010! AWAL’s Lovejoy gains 200 spins and quickly hits the Top 25 with “Normal People Things,” and Mercury/Republic’s Noah Kahan re-debuts on the chart with “Stick Season.”