Kelsea Ballerini scores her second career #1 hit with "Dibs" ascending to the top spot this week, dethroning Adele after a 2-week stay with "Hello." Kelsea Ballerini has left a big impression on me with her debut era and "Dibs" has easily been one of my most-played and favorite country singles of the past year. The rest of the Top 5 remains unchanged except for Demi Lovato edging out Terri Clark for the number 5 slot. Carrie Underwood blasts into the Top 10 with "Heartbeat" in only its ninth chart week, while Chase Bryant also re-enters the threshold after being bumped out last week. Maddie & Tae and Janet Jackson both crack the Top 20 this week, while Dustin Lynch and Easton Corbin make their way into the Top 30. Shawn Mendes makes a big 10-point move to jump into the Top 40 with "I Know What You Did Last Summer," while Maren Morris also continues her hot start with "My Church" making the Top 40 in her fourth week on. Zayn's solo debut single manages the week's highest debut, launching at #50 with "Pillowtalk." Beyoncé's "Formation" also debuts at #55, while new singles from Tim McGraw and Brandy Clark occupy the final two chart positions.
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