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3Same position as last week
 - "The Blade" single cover artwork
8Same position as last week
 - "Pain Killer" single cover artwork
28Same position as last week
 - "Train Track" single cover artwork
301Up this week
 featuring - "Body On Me" single cover artwork
338Down this week
 - "Hello" single cover artwork
352Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
461Up this week
 - "Player" single cover artwork
531Up this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
55Same position as last week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
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Reba McEntire scores her second #1 hit on my chart ("Going Out Like That" got there last year) as "Until They Don't Love You" rises to replace a falling Kacey Musgraves after a 2-week stint on top. Carrie Underwood skips ahead of Ashley Monroe for the runner-up position, though "The Blade" continues to hold strong in third. "Sorry" slips out of the Top 5, allowing the Erica Nicole and Jamie O'Neal duet to slide in, while One Direction vacates the Top 10 to allow Maddie & Tae to score their third Top 10 hit with "Shut Up and Fish." Zayn flies into the Top 20 in only his sixth chart week, while Easton Corbin and Danielle Bradbery nab their first Top 20 hits after much slower ascents. Rita Ora finally sneaks into the Top 30, while Shakira and Rascal Flatts make the Top 40. Two debuts this week come in the form of follow-up singles to two of my chart's biggest recent female #1s: Kelsea Ballerini with "Peter Pan" and Jana Kramer with "Said No One Ever."