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PCP: ‘Old Town Road’ removed from Country Billboard Top 100

PCP: ‘Old Town Road’ removed from Country Billboard Top 100

May 14, 2019

‘Old Town Road’ proves to be a country song

Addition of Billy Ray Cyrus expands country theme

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PCP: ‘Old Town Road’ removed from Country Billboard Top 100

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    PCP: ‘Old Town Road’ removed from Country Billboard Top 100

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