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RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
38Same position as last week
Hunter Hayes - "21" single cover artwork
41Same position as last week
Darius Rucker - Southern Style album cover artwork
42Same position as last week
 - "Rumors" single cover artwork
49Same position as last week
 - "Dance Like We're Making Love" single cover artwork
51Same position as last week
 featuring - "Good Thing" single cover artwork
52Same position as last week
 - "When Love Hurts" single cover artwork
53Same position as last week
 - "I Am Invincible" single cover artwork
54Same position as last week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
55Same position as last week
 - "Night's On Fire" single cover artwork
56Same position as last week
 featuring - "Back Together" single cover artwork
58Same position as last week
 - "Yup" single cover artwork
59Same position as last week
 - "Train Track" single cover artwork
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Maddie & Tae finally ascend to the top of the charts with "Fly," their second following "Girl in a Country Song" which hit #1 back in January. The Justin Bieber-voiced "Where Are Ü Now" drops out of the Top 5, making things decidedly country. In their tenth week on the chart, One Direction surge into the Top 10 with "Drag Me Down," while Kira Isabella scores her first Top 20 hit as "Shake It If Ya Got It" inches 21-20. Kelsea Ballerini and Selena Gomez score their second Top 30 hits this week, while Lucy Angel nabs their first. The lower half of the chart remains fairly stagnant due to only one song leaving the chart (Big & Rich), which also means only one new entry: Danielle Bradbery's earworm "Friend Zone" comes in at #60, marking her first chart entry.