Taylor Swift claims her first No. 1 on my chart as "Blank Space" moves 2-1 into the pole position, dethroning King of Latin Pop, Enrique Iglesias. With several songs clearing out of the Top 10 this week, three new entries are welcomed in for the first time: "Lonely Eyes," "Lay Low," and "Closer to Nowhere." Together they are the most recent single releases from three of my favorite country artists. Jessie J comes close to scoring her second Top 10 hit with "Burnin' Up" heating up to the #11 position. Meanwhile, "Going Out Like That" and "Homegrown Honey" enter the Top 20, with several other songs in the 20s also posting solid gains. The final four slots in the Top 40 are occupied by new tunes with "Raise 'Em Up" leading the way. The Keith Urban/Eric Church collabo is followed by Shakira's "You Don't Care About Me," Ciara's "I Bet," and Paulina Rubio's "Mi Nuevo Vicio," the latter of which had the biggest move of the week posting an 11-point jump into the Top 40 in only her fourth chart week. It was a big week for debuts as several songs left the charts, leaving five spots up for grabs. Better late than never, Hozier has the highest entry with "Take Me to Church" at no. 55. Ashley Monroe, Kid Rock, Jo Dee Messina, and Conchita Wurst round out the last four debuts. All of these I'd wanted to chart for several weeks and they finally got the chance.
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