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2Same position as last week
 - "Night Changes" single cover artwork
179Down this week
 - "Lonely Eyes" single cover artwork
181Up this week
Rascal Flatts - "Riot" single cover artwork
275Up this week
 - "I Bet" single cover artwork
319Up this week
Taylor Swift - "Style" single cover artwork
343Up this week
 - "7/11" single cover artwork
3511Down this week
Jennifer Lopez - A.K.A. album cover artwork
3613Down this week
 - "Blank Space" single cover artwork
372Up this week
Gloriana - "Trouble" single cover artwork
4713Down this week
RaeLynn - "God Made Girls" single cover artwork
48Same position as last week
 - "Take Me To Church" single cover artwork
53Same position as last week
Jo Dee Messina - Me album cover artwork
55Same position as last week
Conchita Wurst - "Heroes" single cover artwork
60-60New this week
 - "Sugar" single cover artwork
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K. Michelle's "Love 'Em All" surges to Number One this week with my favorite R&B single of the past year. She had to wait awhile to finally snag the top spot, but she finally got there this week. The Top 10 remains pretty stacked despite a big fall from last week's #1, while Sunny Sweeney takes the one free space at #10. Lee Ann Womack has another big week and makes a 5-point jump into the Top 20 with her second entry this year after "The Way I'm Livin'" peaked at #18 in January. Several other songs post solid 5-spot jumps ("Mi Nuevo Vicio," "Hard to Be Cool," "I Bet," "Fly," "She Knows"), however, it is Taylor Swift with "Style" that has the greatest gain for the week, moving up 9 to #31. Meanwhile, the Top 40 welcomes new country songs from Tim McGraw, Katie Armiger, and Easton Corbin. Two new debuts this week come from "Ayo" and "Sugar," with Kid Rock dropping off the end of the chart temporarily.