Little moves everywhere that make for an interesting week.
The Top 10 sees a couple moves as Colt Ford moves back up to #4 pushing Adam Calhoun back down to #5. Kidd G moves up one spot to #6 pushing The Lacs down one position to #7. The #8-#13 positions remain the same as last week.
In the 11-20 section of the chart, Hosier moves back up to #14 pushing Struggle Jennings back down to #15. The rest of this section remains the same.
The 21-30 section is the most interesting this week. Early position moves include Overtime moving up one spot to #21 which pushes Cypress Spring back one spot to #22 while Savannah Dexter moves up one spot to #23 which pushes Bottleneck back on spot to #24.
The biggest story this week is Katie Noel who is this week’s greatest gainer as she moves up SIX positions from #31 to #25 right on the heels of her rival Savannah Dexter. Hard Target moves up one spot to #26 pushing Moccasin Creek back one position to #27.
Who TF is Justin Time? falls THREE spots from #25 to #28 and ties Austin Tolliver as our biggest drops this week. More on Austin in a moment. Final moves in this section are Anthony BEASTmode who drops from #28 to #29 and Outlaw who drops from #29 to #30.
The last 10 spots see a few changes as Austin Tolliver falls THREE spots from #30 to #33. Redneck Souljers move up TWO positions from #33 to #31. Shotgun Shane moves up one spot from #35 to #34 pushing FJ Outlaw back one spot from #34 to #35. (Rough week for Mako Music versus their arch enemies).
The feel good story of the week is the chart debut of Seth Anthony who enters the Country Rap Albums Chart for the first time at #38. Seth’s entrance pushes Brodnax back to #39, Danny Boone back to #40 and Dusty Leigh completely off this week’s chart.
|28||Who TF Is Justin Time?|
|32||Twang & Round|
|37||Good ‘Ol Boyz|
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