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12Same position as last week
 - "Formation" single cover artwork
13Same position as last week
 - "Crazy Over Me" single cover artwork
152Up this week
 - "By The Way" single cover artwork
238Down this week
 - "When We Were Young" single cover artwork
33Same position as last week
 - "Hands To Myself" single cover artwork
37Same position as last week
 - "Ain't Your Mama" single cover artwork
382Up this week
 - "Mayday" single cover artwork
56Same position as last week
 - "Let It Go" single cover artwork
5711Down this week
 featuring - "Work" single cover artwork
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Michael Ray makes it to the top for the first time with "Real Men Love Jesus." By comparison, his debut single narrowly missed the Top 50 and peaked at #51 in September of last year. K. Michelle moves back into the Top 5 as she passes a falling Chris Young, but nothing leaves the Top 10 this week. "Church Bells" vaults into the Top 20 in its eighth week on, giving Carrie Underwood her fifth appearance there since my chart began last year. Meghan Trainor manages her first Top 20 hit as well with "No" advancing two spaces. Brandy Clark cracks the Top 30, while Sam Hunt and Brooke Eden break into the Top 40. Sara Evans' new duet with reality TV star Todd Chrisley, titled "Infinite Love," breaks a record previously held by Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea with "Pretty Girls" for the Highest Debut. Coming in at #36, "Infinite Love" becomes only the second Top 40 debut on my chart to date. This week's other debut comes from Billy Currington's latest single, which sneaks on at #60.