Lee Ann Womack advances 3-1 to claim the top spot with the hauntingly beautiful "Send It on Down," my favorite track from her incredible The Way I'm Livin' album (which I can't believe is already almost a year old now). The Top 5 is shaken up a bit this week as Mickey Guyton and Fifth Harmony each move up 3 spots, while Kacey Musgraves and Sara Evans break into the Top 10 with "Biscuits" and "Good Love Is Hard to Find." The Top 20 welcomes Jessie J for the third time, Jana Kramer for the second, and Ashley Monroe for the first (as a solo artist). "House Party" and "Stitches" crack the Top 30 in their seventh weeks on the chart. Cam makes an impressive 9-point jump into the Top 40 with "Burning House," earning her Greatest Gainer honors, while "Buy Me a Boat" and "Long Stretch of Love" also sneak in, with "Bad Blood" fast approaching. Three new country songs debut this week after last week's three pop entries. Dan + Shay, Clare Dunn, and Dustin Lynch come in at the final three positions of the chart, all of them first-time appearances on my chart.
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