Josh Turner's "Lay Low" holds onto the top spot again for a second week, while Keith Urban's duet with Eric Church slides into the Top 5 for the first time. The ladies in positions 2-4 remain unchanged, though Carrie and Miranda trade places. Rascal Flatts, Lee Ann Womack, and Ellie Goulding all notch their first Top 10 hits on my chart, thanks to several songs vacating the Top 10. Likewise, three songs also enter the Top 20 for the first time, led by the impressive 8-point leap for "Pretty Girls" in its fourth chart week. Collaborations from Tim McGraw and Ne-Yo follow Britney & Iggy into the Top 20, while Taylor Swift also makes a 7-point move from #20 to #13. Gloriana and Hozier break into the Top 30 this week, while Fifth Harmony and Sara Evans are welcomed into the Top 40. Thanks to a greater number of songs falling on the chart, a lot of the slow-movers below the Top 40 also got a needed jumpstart and many yielded their best movement in weeks, with RaeLynn's "For a Boy" grabbing Greatest Gainer honors as it leaps nine positions. New to the chart this week are three debuts, two of which are artists replacing themselves: Jessie J sees "Burnin' Up" out and simultaneously returns with "Flashlight" (her new Pitch Perfect 2 jam) while Nicki Minaj swaps out "Only" for "The Night Is Still Young." Blake Shelton's follow-up to #1 smash "Lonely Tonight," "Sangria," makes its entrance as well.
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