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82Down this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
17Same position as last week
 - "Company" single cover artwork
24Same position as last week
 featuring - "Lovin' Lately" single cover artwork
387Down this week
 - "Kiss It Better" single cover artwork
411Up this week
 - "Lipstick" single cover artwork
45Same position as last week
 - "Ain't You" single cover artwork
48Same position as last week
 - "Undone" single cover artwork
50Same position as last week
 - "Pure & Simple" single cover artwork
51Same position as last week
 featuring - "F*** Apologies." single cover artwork
52Same position as last week
RaeLynn - "Love Triangle" single cover artwork
53Same position as last week
 - "You Make It Look So Good" single cover artwork
58Same position as last week
 featuring - "This Is What You Came For" single cover artwork
59Same position as last week
 - "Body Say" single cover artwork
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Jana Kramer doesn't say no to an opportunity to get her second #1 hit on my chart as "Said No One Ever" gets a final push to fly past two big songs from Kelsea and Sara to reach the summit. She also simultaneously debuts with her latest single "Circles," giving her claim to the bookend positions of the chart this week. The only shakeup in the Top 5 this week comes from the order of songs, though Britney Spears continues to close in with "Make Me..." One Direction and Sam Hunt break into the Top 10, while Clare Dunn and Fifth Harmony do the same to the Top 20, leaving Dierks Bentley just outside looking in. Maren Morris scores her second Top 30 hit with "80s Mercedes" as she continues a quick climb up the ranks. Carrie Underwood once again posts the biggest move of the week with "Dirty Laundry" as she blasts into the Top 40. Tim McGraw manages to move up into the Top 50, but the majority of songs below the Top 40 see minimal movement this week.