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1 Same position as last week
 - "Shut Up And Fish" single cover artwork
3 1 Up this week
 - "When We Were Young" single cover artwork
6 4 Down this week
 - "PILLOWTALK" single cover artwork
7 1 Up this week
 - "My Church" single cover artwork
11 Same position as last week
 - "Night's On Fire" single cover artwork
14 7 Down this week
 - "The Blade" single cover artwork
16 1 Up this week
 - "Formation" single cover artwork
17 2 Up this week
 - "Love Yourself" single cover artwork
19 3 Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
25 9 Down this week
 featuring  - "Like I Do" single cover artwork
26 1 Up this week
 - "Freaks Like Me" single cover artwork
29 6 Down this week
 - "Heartbeat" single cover artwork
30 1 Up this week
 - "NO" single cover artwork
31 1 Up this week
 - "Reckless" single cover artwork
33 3 Down this week
 - "Player" single cover artwork
34 2 Up this week
 - "Team" single cover artwork
35 Same position as last week
 - "Said No One Ever" single cover artwork
37 4 Up this week
 - "Stone Cold" single cover artwork
43 Same position as last week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
44 3 Up this week
 featuring  - "Work" single cover artwork
45 1 Up this week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
49 1 Up this week
 - "Ain't Your Mama" single cover artwork
51 Same position as last week
 - "Used To Love You Sober" single cover artwork
52 1 Up this week
 - "Tuxedo" single cover artwork
55 Same position as last week
 featuring  - "Lovin' Lately" single cover artwork
60 -60 New this week
 - "Let It Go" single cover artwork
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Maddie & Tae hang onto the top spot for another week to claim their first multi-week #1 hit. The rest of the Top 5 is rounded out by Adele and three country males. Fifth Harmony scores their third Top 10 hit this week with "Work from Home" advancing 13-10 (it follows last year's "Sledgehammer" and "Worth It", which both made the Top 3). Lindsay Ell and Jewel make the Top 20 for the first time, while Meghan Trainor scoots into the Top 30, also for the first time. Demi Lovato and Carrie Underwood have great weeks as they both jump into the Top 40 with the third singles from their latest albums. Florida Georgia Line's "H.O.L.Y." has Greatest Gainer honors as it manages a 10-position jump into the Top 50 in its third week on. New entries this week come from Blake Shelton's latest smash hit and "Let It Go" by James Bay.