HITS Daily Double


At Top 40, REPUBLIC CORPS’ Team Spangler moves Ariana Grande's "we can't be friends (wait for your love)" to #1 on the chart this week. Columbia’s Gray and staff have Hozier's “Too Sweet" joining the Top 10 and Jessie Murph’s "Wild Ones" f/Jelly Roll entering the Top 20. Also joining the Top 20 is Post Malone's fast-moving "I Had Some Help" f/Morgan Wallen (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic). Things are definitely heating up for ICLG's Marella crew as they have three tracks debuting on the chart with Camila Cabello's "HE KNOWS" f/Lil Nas X (Geffen), Gracie Abrams' "Risk" (Interscope) and Billie Eilish's newly released "LUNCH" (Darkroom/Interscope).

At Rhythm, meanwhile, Epic’s Sack and Dontay hold down the #1 spot for a second week with Future & Metro Boomin’s "Like That" f/Kendrick Lamar (Boominati/Freebandz/Republic). Lori G and RCA move Bryson Tiller’s "Whatever She Wants" (Trapsoul) inside the Top 10. Dixie and ICLG take GloRilla’s "Yeah Glo!" (CMG/Interscope) to the Top 15 and see Lamar’s "Not Like Us" (pgLang/Interscope) join the Top 20. Angelo Scrobe and the Pulse/Concord team continue to drive Tommy Richman’s "MILLION DOLLAR BABY" (ISO Supremacy) up the chart, landing at #21. Epic’s Tyla makes her chart debut with "Jump" (FAX) as ICLG just misses the chart with Ice Spice’s "Gimmie a Light” (10K Projects/CMG) this week.

And at Modern Rock, Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush Music’s Garrett Capone comfortably remain at #1 with Green Day’s “Dilemma.” The rest of the Top 10 remains unchanged. Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin sees Hozier’s smash “Too Sweet” rise to #11, up 300x, while Warner/Nonesuch’s The Black Keys enter the Top 20 with “On the Game” and Island/Republic’s Amanda Dobbins hits the Top 25 with The Last Dinner Party’s “Sinner.” And in its first day of airplay, look for ICLG’s Robbie Lloyd to have a nice debut with Billie Eilish’s “LUNCH” (Darkroom/Interscope).