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15Same position as last week
 - "Crazy Over Me" single cover artwork
168Down this week
 featuring - "Like I Do" single cover artwork
17Same position as last week
 - "Formation" single cover artwork
221Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
302Up this week
 - "Player" single cover artwork
348Down this week
 featuring - "Body On Me" single cover artwork
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 - "Remembering" single cover artwork
42Same position as last week
 - "My Kind" single cover artwork
431Up this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
461Down this week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
472Up this week
 featuring - "Work" single cover artwork
48Same position as last week
 - "From The Ground Up" single cover artwork
53Same position as last week
 - "Tuxedo" single cover artwork
55Same position as last week
 featuring - "Lovin' Lately" single cover artwork
57Same position as last week
 - "One Call Away" single cover artwork
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Maddie & Tae manage to catch a third consecutive #1 hit this week as "Shut Up and Fish" dethrones Zayn's "Pillowtalk." It follows the single-week chart-toppers "Girl in a Country Song" and "Fly" from 2015. Adele vaults into the Top 5 for the second time, following "Hello," which she took to #1 early this year. Dustin Lynch achieves a new peak of #6 this week, and Maren moves back up to former peak of #8, while K. Michelle grabs her first Top 10 hit since "Love 'Em All" last year. Ashley Gearing finally crawls into the Top 20, both Craig Morgan and Tinashe do the same into the Top 30, and Eric Church slides into the Top 40. Maggie Rose's "Broken" marks the week's sole new entry, coming it at #60 to replace Danielle Bradbery.