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2Same position as last week
Paulina Rubio featuring Morat - "Mi Nuevo Vicio" single cover artwork
74Down this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
8Same position as last week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
13Same position as last week
 - "Fly" single cover artwork
142Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
28Same position as last week
 - "I Got the Boy" single cover artwork
29Same position as last week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
31Same position as last week
 - "On to Something Good" single cover artwork
421Up this week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
457Up this week
 - "My Mistake" single cover artwork
513Up this week
Rihanna - "American Oxygen" single cover artwork
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Kelsea Ballerini holds onto the Number One position with debut smash "Love Me Like You Mean It," officially giving her the most consecutive weeks at the top so far this year. "Style" drops out of the Top 5, opening up a space for Lee Ann Womack, while Little Big Town slides into the last spot in the Top 10. Fifth Harmony's "Worth It" makes a nice 5-point jump after entering the Top 20 last week and both Kacey Musgraves and Sam Hunt make their move into the threshold this week. "Ghosttown," "Where Are Ü Now," and "Sparks" all enter the Top 40 this week, with the Jack Ü/Justin Bieber collab notching an impressive 10-point jump. Also moving up 10 positions this week is Rainey Qualley with her debut single in its second chart week. It is Shawn Mendes with "Stitches" however who has the Greatest Gainer honors as he rockets 12 spots up to #44. This week brings a wealth of new entries to the chart, with six vacancies to fill. The bonafide overnight smash "Buy Me a Boat" comes in the highest at #54, followed by the follow-ups to previous hits from Chase Bryant ("Take It on Back" -- #10 peak), Darius Rucker ("Homegrown Honey" -- #12 peak), Prince Royce ("Stuck on a Feeling" -- #13 peak), and K. Michelle ("Love 'Em All" -- 2-week #1), plus first-time-charter Janelle Monae.