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3Same position as last week
 - "Summer" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
 - "80s Mercedes" single cover artwork
6Same position as last week
 - "Dirty Laundry" single cover artwork
7Same position as last week
 - "Comeback Kid" single cover artwork
161Up this week
 - "Body Say" single cover artwork
18Same position as last week
 - "Ain't You" single cover artwork
191Up this week
 - "Lipstick" single cover artwork
251Down this week
 - "Sleepover" single cover artwork
26Same position as last week
 - "Undone" single cover artwork
3811Down this week
 - "Sierra" single cover artwork
3910Down this week
 - "Tuxedo" single cover artwork
43Same position as last week
 featuring - "F*** Apologies." single cover artwork
45Same position as last week
 - "Superlove" single cover artwork
462Up this week
Shakira featuring Maluma - "Chantaje" single cover artwork
57Same position as last week
David Nail featuring Brothers Osborne - "Good at Tonight" single cover artwork
59-59New this week
 - "My Mistake" single cover artwork
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Miranda Lambert makes history on my chart as the weight of her smash "Vice" keeps her at the top for a fifth week, marking the longest run at #1 for anything in my chart's two-year history. The entire Top 7 stay frozen in place, while Lady Gaga and Mickey Guyton are welcomed into the Top 10, and Chris Young is able to add another Top 20 hit to his line of successes. Sara Evans cracks the Top 30 with "Better Off," continuing to make quick progress as it reaches the threshold in only her seventh week on. Likewise, Michael Ray gets his second Top 30 hit, while FGL comes up just short of their second. Britney Spears' "Slumber Party" notches another 8-point jump in its third chart week, knocking RaeLynn and Jana Kramer back slightly. Kelsea Ballerini and Maddie & Tae both rocket into the Top 40 this week with "Yeah Boy" and "Waitin' on a Plane," respectively. This week's two debuts come from Miranda Lambert (who thus finds herself holding down the bookend positions of the chart with her previous and current singles) and Cam (whose "My Mistake" previously charted last year before "Burning House" forced it off the charts prematurely -- but as my favorite Cam song, it has finally returned to shine like it deserves!).