TOP 50: DRINK IT UP, AMERICA

Republic's Taylor Swift cruises to an 11th consecutive week at #1 on this week's HITS Top 50. Island's Chappell Roan reaches a new peak in the Top 5, while Beyoncé surges (thanks to newly available vinyl of her Parkwood/Columbia set COWBOY CARTER) and Zach Bryan brings the fireworks (and the cocktails).

The Great American Bar Scene (Warner), Bryan's latest sensation, lands in the Top 15—one of three of his in there—with just one day in the marketplace, on which it scored 35k; how might he fare next week? Does Taylor have something in her back pocket to give her a 12th week at #1, or will Zach claim the crown?

Roan has now flown into the Top 5 with The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess as her remarkable streaming rise continues. Megan Thee Stallion also scores a Top 5 debut, while Geffen's Camila Cabello alights at #11.

Now, if you'll excuse us, we need to finish the drinking we started yesterday.

Head on over to the HITS Top 50.

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