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3Same position as last week
 featuring - "Raise 'Em Up" single cover artwork
73Up this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
92Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
203Down this week
 featuring - "She Knows" single cover artwork
222Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
23Same position as last week
 - "Take Your Time" single cover artwork
394Up this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
416Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
54-54New this week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
551Up this week
Rihanna - "American Oxygen" single cover artwork
56-56New this week
 - "First Kiss" single cover artwork
57-57New this week
 - "My Mistake" single cover artwork
58-58New this week
 - "Ghosttown" single cover artwork
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Reba McEntire holds onto the top spot this week with "Going Out Like That" now having spent two weeks at #1. The rest of the Top 5 remains unchanged, with the exception of Paulina Rubio coming in at #5. The Top 10 welcomes Ciara for the first time as "I Bet" climbs 11-9 as the sole new entry there, while Katie Armiger's "One Night Between Friends" becomes the week's only new entry to the Top 20. Due to a big housecleaning this week with 6 songs leaving the chart, many songs posted big moves, though Blake Shelton's "Sangria" was by far the biggest as it vaults into the Top 40 from 52-38 in only its third chart week. Terri Clark, Ashley Monroe, and Maroon 5 all moved into the Top 40 as well, each of them scoring their second Top 40 hit of the year. Other notable jumps include 5-points jumps for Fifth Harmony, Sara Evans, and Kacey Musgraves in the 30's, a 6-point increase for RaeLynn's "For a Boy" as it reaches the doorstep of the Top 40, and big moves for newer singles by Lady Antebellum, Chris Young, and Sunny Sweeney. With 6 vacancies to fill, this chart week welcomes Kid Rock back after several weeks absence, plus an additional 5 debuts, led by "Trans Am" from Thompson Square.  Also debuting are Cam (for the first time), Madonna with her second Rebel Heart single, Kira Isabella, and Jack Ü featuring Justin Bieber.