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1 Same position as last week
K. Michelle - "Love 'Em All" single cover artwork
2 Same position as last week
 - "Night Changes" single cover artwork
5 1 Up this week
Josh Turner - "Lay Low" single cover artwork
6 2 Down this week
 featuring  - "Burnin' Up" single cover artwork
7 Same position as last week
Kellie Pickler - "Closer to Nowhere" single cover artwork
10 1 Up this week
 - "Say You Do" single cover artwork
14 4 Up this week
Rascal Flatts - "Riot" single cover artwork
15 4 Up this week
 featuring  - "Raise 'Em Up" single cover artwork
18 4 Up this week
Paulina Rubio featuring Morat - "Mi Nuevo Vicio" single cover artwork
24 Same position as last week
Brantley Gilbert - "One Hell Of An Amen" single cover artwork
25 2 Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
26 3 Up this week
Dolly Parton - Blue Smoke album cover artwork
27 10 Down this week
 - "Lonely Eyes" single cover artwork
28 3 Up this week
 - "Style" single cover artwork
29 1 Up this week
 - "Fly" single cover artwork
30 3 Up this week
 featuring  - "She Knows" single cover artwork
32 Same position as last week
Shakira - Shakira album cover artwork
34 3 Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
35 6 Up this week
 - "Take Your Time" single cover artwork
38 12 Down this week
 - "Sledgehammer" single cover artwork
44 4 Up this week
 - "Take Me To Church" single cover artwork
47 2 Up this week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
48 8 Up this week
 - "Chains" single cover artwork
49 4 Up this week
Jo Dee Messina - Me album cover artwork
51 6 Up this week
 featuring  - "Worth It" single cover artwork
53 2 Up this week
Conchita Wurst - "Heroes" single cover artwork
54 -54 New this week
 - "Homegrown" single cover artwork
56 4 Up this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
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"Love 'Em All" reigns for another week at Number One, and Nicki Minaj and Jessie J slip a few spots with their songs, allowing Madonna to move up to #3 and Josh Turner to break into the Top 5. Dierks Bentley's "Say You Do" marks the sole new entry to the Top 10 this week while Paulina Rubio, Mickey Guyton, and Joe Nichols score their first Top 20 hits. The Top 40 welcomes three new tunes as Sam Hunt's "Take Your Time," Pitbull f/ Ne-Yo's "Time of Our Lives," and Mo Pitney's "Country" all move up several positions. The greatest gainer of the week is Nick Jonas with "Chains" as it vaults 8 positions from 56-48, while Tim McGraw and Jana Kramer, whose "Diamond Rings and Old Barstools" and "I Got the Boy," each moved up 7 spots this week, also post big chart moves. Four debuts are led by Zac Brown Band's smash "Homegrown," which was finally able to enter my chart. Other new entries come from Sara Evans ("Good Love Is Hard to Find" -- aka my favorite song on the Slow Me Down album, which will act as a third single since the era didn't actually get one and the album is too good), Jordin Sparks ("Double Tap" -- hot comeback song!), and Tove Lo ("Talking Body" -- didn't care for "Habits," but I love this one).