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168Down this week
 - "My Church" single cover artwork
176Down this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
212Up this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
288Down this week
 - "NO" single cover artwork
346Down this week
 - "Formation" single cover artwork
47Same position as last week
Josh Turner - "Hometown Girl" single cover artwork
48Same position as last week
 - "Company" single cover artwork
49Same position as last week
 - "Kiss It Better" single cover artwork
50Same position as last week
 - "Broken" single cover artwork
54Same position as last week
 - "Summer" single cover artwork
55Same position as last week
Brad Paisley featuring Demi Lovato - "Without a Fight" single cover artwork
56Same position as last week
 - "LIKE I WOULD" single cover artwork
571Up this week
 - "Lipstick" single cover artwork
59Same position as last week
 - "Sleepover" single cover artwork
60Same position as last week
 - "Undone" single cover artwork
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Lauren Alaina finally pulls off her first #1 hit on my chart after a painstakingly long chart run with "Next Boyfriend." It should have been her breakthrough hit at country radio imo, but at least it did well in my world. Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood rockets up to the runner-up position, while Dylan Scott gets his first Top 5 and Sara Evans returns to the Top 10 for the third time. Eric Church, Brandy Clark, and Adele all bust into the Top 20 this week with their latest singles, while big jumps put One Direction, Brooke Eden, Sam Hunt, and Nick Jonas in the Top 30. Britney Spears released a new single, which means a triumphant return to my chart is in order: "Make Me..." clocks in at #35, besting the recent highest debut honors set by Sara Evans with "Infinite Love" just five weeks earlier at #36 (and Britney had the accomplishment prior to that with last year's "Pretty Girls"). Big & Rich sneaks into the Top 40 this week as well. Britney wasn't the only superstar to drop new music this week as Miranda Lambert finally resurfaced with new single "Vice," which was able to blast onto my chart at #45.