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7Same position as last week
Paulina Rubio featuring Morat - "Mi Nuevo Vicio" single cover artwork
8Same position as last week
Rascal Flatts - "Riot" single cover artwork
103Up this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
111Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
245Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
319Down this week
Dolly Parton - Blue Smoke album cover artwork
432Up this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
4613Down this week
 - "7/11" single cover artwork
472Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
50Same position as last week
 - "Talking Body" single cover artwork
562Up this week
Rihanna - "American Oxygen" single cover artwork
60-60New this week
Sunny Sweeney featuring Will Hoge - "My Bed" single cover artwork
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Reba McEntire ain't going out without a Number One as she rises to the occasion this week, following Josh Turner as he descends 1-5. Kelsea Ballerini moves her way into the Top 5 for the first time with her debut smash "Love Me Like You Mean It," while Taylor Swift gets her second Top 10 hit with "Style," bumping out Ellie Goulding. "Girl Crush" has the Greatest Gainer honors for the week as it vaults 8 positions to break into the Top 20, with Maddie & Tae's "Fly" joining them. Meanwhile, neo-traditional country males Easton Corbin and Mo Pitney break into the Top 30 this week, while Zac Brown Band and Kacey Musgraves score new entries to the Top 40. Three debuts occur this week with Hilary Duff's "Sparks" leading the way at #57. Following her are Chris Young and Sunny Sweeney -- both of which are following up Top 10 hits in "Lonely Eyes" and the just-departed "Bad Girl Phase" -- with their latest singles. Young's is off to a hot start at mainstream country radio while Sweeney's has risen to the Top 5 of the Texas Country Charts.