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Hot 100: Luke Bryan’s “Roller Coaster,” Kiesza’s “Hideaway” Debut

The latest edition of Billboard’s all-encompassing Hot 100 is rich with debuts.

In addition to welcoming 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Everything I Didn’t Say” (#24) and “Weird Al” Yankovic’s “Word Crimes” (#39), the chart also makes room for hot offerings from Luke Bryan and Kiesza.

Luke Bryan’s fifth “Crash My Party” single “Roller Coaster,” which is already in the Top 25 at country radio, starts its Hot 100 run at #88.

Save for his 2007 release “We Rode in Trucks,” Bryan has reached the Hot 100 with all of his official singles.

The Hot 100 also welcomes the debut single from Canadian singer-songwriter Kiesza. Her “Hideaway,” which has become a force on YouTube and a Top 30 hit at pop radio, starts its Hot 100 run at #97.

Written by Brian Cantor

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