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Adult Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Style” Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift posts her fourth Adult Pop Songs No. 1, as “Style” ascends 3-1. She earned her prior two leaders with the first two singles from her album 1989: lead track “Shake It Off” (eight weeks on top) and follow-up “Blank Space.” Meanwhile, “Style” rules Pop Songs for a third week.