Enrique Iglesias' mega-smash, "Bailando," finally makes its way to No. 1 on my chart, becoming the first non-country song to reach the top. It also leads a Top 5 that becomes the first chart to date void of any country songs (former country icon Taylor Swift holds the #2 spot, but with a pop release). No new entries to the Top 10 this week, though at least two spots will be vacated next week by former No. 1's "Like a Cowboy" and "God Made Girls." Madonna continues her hot start with "Living for Love" climbing another five spots to break the Top 20 on the week of her album release (which I bought on Tuesday and find to be excellent, for the record). Other notable climbs for the week include 7-point jumps for Dierks Bentley and Mickey Guyton and 5-point jumps for Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood within the Top 40, while Lee Ann Womack cracks the threshold for the second time with new single "Send It on Down" moving 41-40. Boosted by her video release, Ciara posts a nice 5-point jump with "I Bet," while Paulina Rubio makes a solid move from 57-51. Two new debuts this week come from Pitbull's latest featuring Ne-Yo and the second single from Terri Clark's Some Songsalbum.
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