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2Same position as last week
 featuring - "Make Me..." single cover artwork
3Same position as last week
Dierks Bentley featuring Elle King - "Different for Girls" single cover artwork
124Down this week
 - "Tuxedo" single cover artwork
205Up this week
 - "Body Say" single cover artwork
238Up this week
 - "Lipstick" single cover artwork
256Down this week
 - "Daddy's Money" single cover artwork
315Up this week
 - "Undone" single cover artwork
48Same position as last week
 featuring - "F*** Apologies." single cover artwork
531Up this week
 - "Superlove" single cover artwork
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The only thing Miranda knows how to find, is another week at the top with "Vice." It is her first multi-week chart-topper after last year's "Smokin' and Drinkin'" spent a lone week in the penthouse. With minimal immediate chart competition and her album ready to drop in a week, "Vice" is showing no signs of fatigue. Speaking of minimal fatigue, Britney Spears holds onto the runner-up position again, keeping Dierks Bentley at bay in the bronze spot. Cassadee Pope scores her first solo Top 5, while Tim McGraw moves into the Top 10. Easton Corbin, Demi Lovato, and the star-studded "Forever Country" all blast into the Top 20. Likewise, a number of songs break into the Top 30 this week due to a number of falling tunes, which benefits Runaway June, Stephanie Quayle, Chris Young, and Jamie Lynn Spears. "Side to Side" takes a 9-spot jump into the Top 40, while Michael Ray and Shawn Mendes make modest gains to reach the same threshold. Two new debuts this week come from the latest single from Jennifer Nettles and the first chart appearance by female country group Farewell Angelina.