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21Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
169Down this week
 - "Fly" single cover artwork
19Same position as last week
Toby Keith - "35 MPH Town" single cover artwork
24Same position as last week
Lady Antebellum - "Long Stretch of Love" single cover artwork
36Same position as last week
Hunter Hayes - "21" single cover artwork
40Same position as last week
 - "Rumors" single cover artwork
44Same position as last week
 - "Dance Like We're Making Love" single cover artwork
488Up this week
 - "Hello" single cover artwork
50Same position as last week
 - "Night's On Fire" single cover artwork
51Same position as last week
 - "When Love Hurts" single cover artwork
52Same position as last week
 - "Train Track" single cover artwork
60-60New this week
 featuring - "Like I Do" single cover artwork
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Probably my favorite country single of 2015, Jana Kramer's marvelous "I Got the Boy" finally ascends to the top spot. It follows her first Top 10 hit, "Love," from early this year. With the exception of 1D taking Mo Pitney's spot in the Top 5, the rest of the songs near the top remain decidedly country in nature. "Burning House" and "Sparks" both have nice jumps into the Top 10, while Carrie Underwood's "Smoke Break" has the Greatest Gainer honors (which she shares with Adele in her second week on) this week as she rockets up 8 positions to come in at #10, fueled by the release of Storyteller. Janet Jackson nabs her first Top 20 hit, while Prince Royce, The Band Perry, and Little Mix all break into the Top 30. "Yoga" finally makes an appearance in the Top 40 after a slow climb, while Kacey and Reba look poised to be next in line with their fantastic recent single releases (rest assured both will do far better on my chart than they did in reality!). Three debuts come in this week from George Strait's latest, Mo Pitney's follow-up to his just-hit-#1 smash "Country," and the first chart entry by Erica Nicole on her throwback country ballad duet with Jamie O'Neal.