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27Same position as last week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
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Carrie Underwood claims the top spot this week with "Church Bells," padding her lead as the artist with the most #1 hits on my chart since its inception with five. It does so in its 14th week, which is one week faster than the 15 it took "Heartbeat" to reach the threshold earlier this year. With K. Michelle dropping out, the Top 5 regains a 100% country identity. Jana Kramer and Demi Lovato jump into the Top 10 this week, both of them their third time making that trip. Cam and Aubrie Sellers slide into the Top 20, while Tara Thompson makes the Top 30. In her second week on, Britney Spears vaults 9 positions to also make the Top 30 with "Make Me..." Charlie Puth, Billy Currington, Brett Young, and Kane Brown all score their first Top 40 hits this week thanks to a big number of songs going recurrent. Miranda Lambert joins them in the Top 40 with "Vice" in her second week on. Also thanks to a high number of recurrents, five songs are allowed to debut this week, led by the second single from Fifth Harmony's7/27 at #55. In addition to the Fifth Harmony girls, four country songs make their first appearance as well: "Different for Girls," "Drinking with Dolly," "Pure & Simple," and "Sober Saturday Night."