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31Up this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
Rascal Flatts - "Riot" single cover artwork
82Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
161Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
21Same position as last week
 - "Take Your Time" single cover artwork
293Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
383Down this week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
435Up this week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
496Down this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
52Same position as last week
 - "My Mistake" single cover artwork
541Down this week
Rihanna - "American Oxygen" single cover artwork
60-60New this week
Hunter Hayes - "21" single cover artwork
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"Love Me Like You Mean It" unsurprisingly continues its reign at the top, while Paulina Rubio, Taylor Swift, and Britney/Iggy inch up in the Top 5, with Rascal Flatts rounding out the set with "Riot" spending another week at number 5. Tim McGraw and Mickey Guyton take neo-traditional country ballads into the Top 10 this week while Fifth Harmony proves themselves worthy of their second Top 20 hit. Chris Young and Ruthie Collins both inch up into the Top 40 this week, while Nicki Minaj's "The Night Is Still Young" has a great week jumping from 45-36 to join them. "House Party" by Sam Hunt gets the Greatest Gainer honors of the week as he vaults 11 positions from 59-48 this week. Other notable climbs include 9-point jumps for Madonna's "Ghosttown" and Jack Ü's Bieber-aided track "Where Are Ü Now." Two songs make their debut this week: "Me and Johnny Cash" by Rainey Qualley and "21" by Hunter Hayes. The former is the first chart entry for the country music newcomer while the latter is the latest lead single from Hayes' forthcoming third album. He previously charted with "Tattoo" earlier this year, which was a Top 20 hit.