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Hot 50 Chart: Did The Wolfe Brothers hold first place for another week?

by Mallory Arbour
Hot 50 Chart

There was little movement at the top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart this week, with the Aussies continuing to dominate the top of the charts, with The Wolfe Brothers indeed holding strong at #1 for an astounding sixth week in a row! Darlinghurst remain at #2 with their latest single Where Do We Go – which we premiered last week.

Rachael Fahim takes third again, Troy Cassar-Daley at #4, Brad Cox (#5), with Keith Urban & Pink’s One Too Many is back up to #6 and Southbound feat. Shannon Noll down to #10 from sixth last week. Seaforth – our Artist of the Week last week – makes a huge jump from #19 into eighth place, with their heart-wrenching single, Breakups.

Thomas Rhett (#7) and Florida Georgia Line (#9) are the only internationals in the Top 10.

There was some large movement in the middle of the pack from Chris Stapleton (#13), The McClymonts (#14), Parmalee & Blanco Brown (#15) and Brittany Elise jumps a whopping 18 spots into #16, her highest ranking so far. Taylor Swift feat. HAIM moves 13 spots up to #16.

Our Artist of the Week, Melody Moko sits at #18 with her latest single, Mama.

Other big movers include Luke Bryan’s Down To One (#35) and Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. by Chase Rice feat. Florida Georgia Line at #36, up from #50.

Re-entries this week includes Catherine Britt feat. Lee Kernaghan’s Country Fan (#27), It’s Alright by the Pierce Brothers (#44) and Davisson Brothers Band ft. Amber Lawrence at #47.

Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban’s Love Songs Ain’t For Us makes it debut at #33. Other new entries include Jake Davey’s The Way She Does (#43), Happy Does by Kenny Chesney (#45) and Good Time by Niko Moon (#46).

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