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Little Big Town’s provocative country crossover “Girl Crush” (Capitol Nashville) had another healthy week, picking up 13% and surging into seven figures for the first time to jump #7-3, buoyed by the ACM Awards on 4/19. That puts the zeitgeist-capturing cut right behind Song of the Summer candidate “Shut Up + Dance” from RCA breakthrough band Walk the Moon.

“Want to Want Me,” the lead single from Jason Derulo’s Everything Is 4 (WB, 6/2), was also in the black for the week, adding 9% and moving up three slots to #6. 

A bit of air—16%—went out of Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Pluth’s Furious 7 spin-off (spin-out?) “See You Again,” but it stayed above 300k for the fourth straight week, and the blockbuster movie will likely drive it for weeks to come.

Concurrently, this will likely be the last week Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” stays north of 100k, but what a run for this monster, which has moved 5.6m units over 24 weeks. 

  1. Wiz Khalifa f/Charlie Pluth, “See You Again” – 316k
  2. Walk the Moon, “Shut Up + Dance” – 138k
  3. Little Big Town, “Girl Crush” – 110k
  4. Petty Wap, “Trap Queen” – 108k
  5. Mark Ronson f/Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk!” – 102k
  6. Jason Derulo, “Want to Want Me” – 101.5k
  7. Maroon 5, “Sugar” – 99k
  8. The Weeknd, “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)” – 96k
  9. Flo Rida f/Sage the Gemini, “G.D.F.R.” – 86k
  10. David Guetta f/Nicki Minaj & Afrojack, “Hey Mama” – 86k

Potential party crashers include Andy Grammer’s #14 “Honey I’m Good” (S-Curve/Hollywood) which rose 5% to 71k, and Tove Lo’s #17 “Talking Body” (Island) with 67k, a 5% uptick.  

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