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1Same position as last week
 - "Heartbeat" single cover artwork
2Same position as last week
 - "The Blade" single cover artwork
3Same position as last week
 featuring - "Like I Do" single cover artwork
4Same position as last week
 - "Pain Killer" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
 - "Shut Up And Fish" single cover artwork
22Same position as last week
 - "Crazy Over Me" single cover artwork
232Up this week
 featuring - "Body On Me" single cover artwork
24Same position as last week
 - "Train Track" single cover artwork
273Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
28Same position as last week
 - "Remembering" single cover artwork
32Same position as last week
 - "Try Everything" single cover artwork
3411Down this week
 - "Sorry" single cover artwork
383Up this week
 - "Player" single cover artwork
472Up this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
50Same position as last week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
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"Heartbeat" holds on for a third week at the top, giving Carrie Underwood the longest reign of the year thus far. The entire Top 6 remains frozen in place, while the bottom half of the Top 10 gets a shake-up with Maren Morris, Lauren Alaina, and Zayn entering with their first Top 10 hits. Adele hops into the Top 20, while Tim McGraw and Fifth Harmony continue to move up quickly and break the Top 30. Meanwhile, as "Sorry" prepares to be sent recurrent, Justin Bieber notches his fourth consecutive Top 40 hit off Purpose with "Love Yourself." Selena Gomez cracks the charts with the third single from Revival and Big & Rich's Tim McGraw-aided "Lovin' Lately" does the same.