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Hot 50 Chart: O’Shea jumps 29 spots, MacKenzie Porter claims pole position

by Mallory Arbour
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These Days by Canada’s MacKenzie Porter takes the top spot on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart this week. Last week’s number one, Come Turn Me On by Casey Barnes slips back into second, ahead of Brad Cox‘s Beau In The Back at #3.

Meanwhile, Southbound and Cass Hopetoun make huge bounds in the Top 10. Southbound jumps nineteen spots into #4 with This Is Us. Cass Hopetoun moves ahead an impressive 11 spots, with Who Needs Hawaii coming in at #8 – which we premiered here.

Rounding out the coveted Top 10 is Blake Shelton with Minimum Wage at #5, Luke Combs (#6), Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban in #7 and Dan + Shay’s Glad You Exist (#9). The Good Ones by Gabby Barrett remains at #10 for another week.

Holding Pattern by Camille Trail and Brad Butcher jump 8 spaces into #14 – we premiered the video here. Another big mover is Nashville Indiana by our previous Artist of the Week, O’Shea who rise over 29 spaces into #20.

Made For You by Jake Owen moves 14 spaces, coming in at #26. Leave Each Other Alone by Jess Moskaluke feat. Travis Collins makes a significant leap, up from #45 into #38. There were also some slight increases for Jordan Davis (#24), as well as Famous Friends by Chris Young and Kane Brown (#29).

Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) by Elle King and Miranda Lambert makes its debut at #37. Where Have You Gone by Alan Jackson (#47) is our only other new entry. There were also only a few re-entries this week, including Chelsea Berman‘s Waste My Time (#40), Where Do We Go by Darlinghurst at #43 and lastly, Find Your Music by Brittany Elise (#45).

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