Jake Owen's "What We Ain't Got" and Lindsay Ell's "Shut Me Up" start well at country radio. Maddie & Tae's "Girl" stays hot.
The follow-up to Jake Owen’s number one “Beachin’” unsurprisingly got off to a solid start at country radio.
According to Mediabase, Owen’s new “What We Ain’t Got” landed at 47 monitored stations in conjunction with its official impact this week. It convincingly secured most-added honors as it begins its climb up the country airplay chart.
While its impact did not rival that of “What We Ain’t Got,” Lindsay Ell’s new “Shut Me Up” still got off to a very respectable start. The newly-impacting track earned pickups from 25 stations to rank as the country format’s second-most-added.
Chase Bryant’s holdover “Take it on Back” claimed third-most-added with 22 pickups, while Maddie & Tae’s red hot “Girl in a Country Song” ranked fourth by landing at an impressive 19 new stations. The Maddie & Tae song has now been one of country’s five most-added tracks for four consecutive weeks.
Thomas Rhett’s “Make Me Wanna,” which ranked as most-added last week, followed up with 17 monitored adds to claim fifth place this week.
Native Run’s newly-impacting “Good On You” won support from 15 stations in its inaugural week. Other top performers included Brothers Osborne’s “Rum” (13 monitored adds, 7th-most-added), Keith Urban’s “Somewhere in My Car” (12 monitored adds, 8th-most-added), Tyler Farr’s “Guy Walks Into a Bar” (12 monitored adds, 8th-most-added), Jason Aldean’s “Burnin’ it Down” (11 monitored adds, 10th-most-added), Jerrod Niemann’s “Buzz Back Girl” (11 monitored adds, 10th-most-added) and Kristian Bush’s “Trailer Hitch” (11 monitored adds, 10th-most-added).