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11Up this week
 - "Hello" single cover artwork
3Same position as last week
 - "Dibs" single cover artwork
7Same position as last week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
164Up this week
 - "Focus" single cover artwork
257Down this week
 - "Burning House" single cover artwork
31Same position as last week
 - "Night's On Fire" single cover artwork
33Same position as last week
 - "Friend Zone" single cover artwork
34Same position as last week
 - "When Love Hurts" single cover artwork
443Up this week
 featuring - "Body On Me" single cover artwork
464Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
522Up this week
 - "Player" single cover artwork
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Taylor Swift once again rescinds the top spot, this time to Adele's "Hello," which ascends to the #1 position in her fifteenth chart week. Chase Bryant takes Chris Young's Top 10 spot this week to be the sole male artist in the top region of the chart that is currently dominated by girl power. Clare Dunn rebounds for a new peak at number 11, while Erica Nicole, Carrie Underwood, and Ariana Grande score nice jumps inside the Top 20, while Little Big Town and One Direction join them this week. It's a good week for country songs moving into the Top 40 as a total of four are able to make the move. Three of them are first-time visitors, too: Ashley Gearing, Ashley Campbell, and Dylan Scott, and the fourth is Sunny Sweeney, who scored a #1 hit last year with "My Bed." Maren Morris has a big week as she vaults 10 positions in her second chart week to be the Greatest Gainer. Chris Young's new duet with Cassadee Pope scores the week's highest debut, while K. Michelle, Jennifer Nettles, and Hilary Duff also make their way onto the chart.