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11Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
137Down this week
Rascal Flatts - "Riot" single cover artwork
197Down this week
Paulina Rubio featuring Morat - "Mi Nuevo Vicio" single cover artwork
203Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
2710Down this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
35Same position as last week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
40Same position as last week
Lady Antebellum - "Long Stretch of Love" single cover artwork
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Ciara scores her first Number One hit on my chart with "I Bet" this week. I've gotten into Ciara's music in recent years but I've never been quite as hooked on any song of hers like I have this one. Definitely my favorite RnB track of the year ("Love 'Em All," which hit #1 a few months ago, was my fave from last year). Fifth Harmony surges into the Top 2 with "Worth It," besting the #3 peak of "Sledgehammer." A number of country songs make their way into the Top 10 for first time with Sunny Sweeney, Maddie & Tae, and Mo Pitney all making big jumps. "Where Are Ü Now" and "For a Boy" crack the Top 20, while Sam Hunt comes close to replacing himself with "House Party" as "Take Your Time" tumbles. Hunt ties Rainey Qualley for Greatest Gainer honors for the week as each post a 7-point climb. Miranda Lambert is the sole new entry to the Top 30, while Taylor Swift and Toby Keith make their move into the Top 40. Three new debuts this week are led by One Direction with an impressive #45 start for new lead single "Drag Me Down." The other two softer debuts come from new country artist Michael Ray (whose single has grown on me a lot and just hit #1) and a hot collabo between Sage the Gemini and Nick Jonas.