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Tomorrow's Hits: Dreezy, The Record Company & Brooke Eden

Dreezy 2016
Ed Can?as

Dreezy

On Fridays, Billboard presents Tomorrow's Hits, a weekly look at new and noteworthy acts making their way toward Billboard chart success.

Dreezy

Dreezy makes her entrance on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, as "Body" (featuring Jeremih) (Interscope) begins at No. 44. The 21-year-old Chicago native's R&B track starts, in part, thanks to 10,000 downloads sold in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. It also lifts 26-21 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart. Dreezy's December EP From Now On previews her first full-length, expected later this year. – Amaya Mendizabal (@Amayayayaya)

The Record Company

Los Angeles trio The Record Company dabbles in bluesy, classic rock with a modern twist on its debut Concord album Give It Back to You, which entered Top Rock Albums (dated March 5) at No. 23. True to its title, lead single "Off the Ground" is rising at radio, reaching the top 10 (13-9) on Adult Alternative Songs. The cut has built familiarity since last year, when it was first featured in a Miller Lite ad. –Kevin Rutherford (@surfwax83)

Brooke Eden

Singer/songwriter Brooke Eden rises 60-58 on Country Airplay with her Red Bow debut, "Daddy's Money," a spirited track praising the pros of a blue-collar work ethic (proudly shaped by parents of modest means). The daughter of a carpenter, the Florida native refined her skillset with a recurring gig at Nashville's renowned Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Eden is recording her first album. –Jim Asker

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