The Wolfe Brothers hold on to number one for a third week in a row of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart this week.
There is no movement at the top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart this week, with The Wolfe Brothers holding on to number one for a third week in a row, and Rachael Fahim and Brad Cox at #2 and #3, respectively, for their second week, while Southbound feat. Shannon Noll moves down from #4 to #6.
Casey Barnes's Bright Lights holds onto to #7 for another week. Thomas Rhett's anthem, What’s Your Country Song remains in 8th place, and Keith Urban and Pink’s One Too Many is again at #9.
Florida Georgia Line (#4) and Morgan Wallen’s 7 Summers (#5) both jump into the Top 10. Wallen’s More Than My Hometown moves further in the opposite direction, going from #6 to #38, after 21 weeks on the charts.
The biggest mover was our recent Song of the Day by our Artist of the Week, The McClymonts, with Looking For Perfect – which jumps a whopping sixteen places into #10! Similarly, Darius Rucker’s laid-back track, Beers and Sunshine moves sixteen places into #14.
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There were plenty of new entries this week, the highest being Melody Moko’s Mamma, now sitting at #15. Brittany Elise enters at #27, Undivided by Tim McGraw & Tyler Hubbard at #32 and Minimum Wage by Blake Shelton at #33. Tracks from Seaforth (#48) and Taylor Swift feat. HAIM (#49) are new entries as well.
Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Stefani make a re-appearance after a whopping 25 weeks on the charts, with their duet, Happy Anyway at #35. Other re-entries include Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90s by Sam Hunt (#25), Greatest Show On Earth by Davisson Brothers Band ft. Amber Lawrence (#31) and Andrew Swift at #40. Hayley Jensen (#42), Andy Golledge (#44) and Fortune Teller by Cass Hopetoun (#47) also re-enter the Top 50.