After over a month in the penthouse, Miranda Lambert finally yields the top spot, which goes to new artist Brett Young's debut hit in a 4-1 jump as both Billy and Cassadee succumb to the chart clog at the top. In doing so, Brett has the distinction of being the first lead male to reach #1 since Dustin Lynch the week of June 26th. Maren Morris and Carrie Underwood are also able to post nice moves in the Top 5 due to the falling tracks, though nothing new enters the Top 10. The week's sole new entrant to the Top 20 comes from Fifth Harmony's "That's My Girl," which temporarily boots Chris Young and Vince Gill out. Britney Spears continues her fast clip with "Slumber Party" flying into the Top 30 in week four, while Justin Bieber and Little Big Town acquire new Top 40 hits to their names. Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello have a nice 4-spot jump into the Top 50, as well. This week's debuts come from Eric Church and Keith Urban finally making their way on, and Niall Horan making his first-ever appearance with his solo debut, "This Town."
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