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43Up this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
101Down this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
15Same position as last week
 - "Fly" single cover artwork
172Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
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RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
351Down this week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
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 featuring - "She Knows" single cover artwork
432Down this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
46Same position as last week
Lady Antebellum - "Long Stretch of Love" single cover artwork
484Up this week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
522Up this week
 - "My Mistake" single cover artwork
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Rihanna - "American Oxygen" single cover artwork
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Red hot Kelsea Ballerini tops not only the actual country charts this week, but she tops mine as well! "Love Me Like You Mean It" has grown to become one of my favorite singles of the year, and is likely to go down as one of the biggest hits of the year on my chart. "Little Toy Guns" slides to the runner-up position while Paulina Rubio, Taylor Swift, and Rascal Flatts round out the Top 5. "Pretty Girls" gets a hefty boost up to #6 in its second week in the Top 10. Meanwhile no new songs enter the threshold, and the Top 20 has minimal movement, with the exception of Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas breaking in at #19 and #20. Fifth Harmony has a big 6-point jump, while Kacey Musgraves' "Biscuits" also climbs 8 positions to land at #25, due in large part to the release of her new album, the very fabulous Pageant Material. Radio may have given her the cold shoulder, but her biscuits are hot and ready on mine. Tove Lo scores her first Top 40 hit with "Talking Body," while Sunny Sweeney's recent record-breaking Texas country single, "My Bed," has the Greatest Gainer honors of the week as it vaults 9 positions to also reach Top 40. Three new songs make their debut this week, with Toby Keith's "35 MPH Town," Sam Hunt's "House Party," and Shawn Mendes' "Stitches." It marks the first appearance for Mendes, the second for Keith, and the third for Hunt (who also currently holds down the #21 position with "Take Your Time").