Hot 50 Chart: Move over the Wolfe Brothers, there’s a new hit in town!

5 March 2021 | 12:03 pm | Mallory Arbour

Darlinghurst move into first this week, ending the Wolfe Brothers astounding six-week reign at the top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart.

Darlinghurst move into first place this week at the top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart with their latest single Where Do We Go, ending the Wolfe Brothers astounding six-week reign as they move down into third. Troy Cassar-Daley's Back On Country sits at #2.

Katrina Burgoyne’s Tennessee and no body no crime by Taylor Swift feat. HAIM continue to make huge leaps and bounds moving into #4 and #5, respectively. Behind them, Thomas Rhett holds strong at #6, Middle Ground by Rachael Fahim at #7 and Seaforth remain at #8 for another week.

Southbound feat. Shannon Noll and One Too Many by Keith Urban & Pink complete the top 10.

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Minimum Wage by Blake Shelton moves ten places into #12. Other big movers include Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban (#18), Andrew Swift’s Head Full Of Honey (#19), Forever After All by Luke Combs (#28), Russell Dickerson (#34), William Crighton (#35) and Kenny Chesney’s Happy Does (#36).

New entries this week include the catchy Willin’ and Ready by Blake O’Connor, which makes its debut at #31. Also, our Artist of the Week, Carly Pearce is at #39 with Should’ve Known Better. Cornell & Carr (#43), Lainey Wilson (#44), Babitha with Be Alright (#49) and Liz Stringer (#50) also make their debuts.

The lone re-entry this week is On The Weekend by Bryce Sainty at #45, after 15 weeks on the chart.

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