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Hot 50 Chart: Jelly Roll Maintains The Top Spot For A Second Week

July 14, 2023 2:13 am in by

Jelly Roll’s Need A Favor maintains the top spot on the Countrytown Hot 50 this week after capturing the #1 last week. Behind the US chart-topper is Luke Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s Fast Car, moving up three spots since last week and on its 14th week in the chart.

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After reaching #2 last week, Casey Barnes has only fallen one place with Boys Like Me. Morgan EvansHey Little Mama, last week’s #3, is fourth this week. Continuing the trend of falling a place compared to last week, Zac & George are fifth with Sleep On It, while James Johnston goes up to sixth with WE GREW UP ON.

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At #7 and jumping up four places is The Wolfe Brothers ft. The Shires with Love Like That, Morgan Wallen’s Last Night is eighth, Country Proud by Taylor Moss is ninth, and the Top 10 closes with Old Dominion’s Memory Lane.

Elsewhere on the countdown, Brad Cox has fallen six places to #12 with Now She Ain’t. However, one of his other tracks, Acres, has leapt from last week’s #23 to #15 on this week’s Hot 50. It’s a similar leap for James Blundell, who was #22 with Sideways and #16 this week. After three weeks on the chart, Josh Setterfield knows that Life Ain’t So Bad when his latest has catapulted from #38 to #18.

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At #22 – up 20 places – is You, Me & Whiskey by Justin Moore feat. Priscilla Block. In his first week on the Hot 50, Andrew Swift has gone from debuting Cheap Liquor at #142 last week to #23 this week. Where will Swift land next week?

Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley’s Lost If I Lost You has moved up six places to #25 this week, with Kaylee Bell keeping hold of #26 for a second week with BOOTS N ALL. Bailey Zimmerman has dipped six spots to #26 this week with Religiously, while Loren Ryan’s Suddenly has debuted at #30 in its first week on the Countrytown Hot 50.

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Megan Moroney has moved up eight places to #31 with Tennessee Orange, followed by the likes of Hayley Jensen’s Bring It On (last week #66); Luke CombsLove You Anyway has re-entered the chart ahead of his upcoming Australian tour at #34, while Jess Hitchcock spends this week at #40 with Homeward Bound.

Up 12 places this week to #41 is The Wolfe Brothers’ former #1 track, Livin’ The Dream. The Aussie lads are followed by Adam Brand, Carrie Underwood, Melanie Dyer, Ashleigh Dallas, Fanny Lumsden, extra numbers by Morgan Wallen and Bailey Zimmerman, and Josie’s Down Here debuting at #50.

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