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Justin Moore, Luke Bryan Score at Country Radio

Courtesy “Lettin’ the Night Roll,” Justin Moore very recently reached the apex of the Mediabase country airplay chart.

He’s hoping to keep the fire burning. And he is off to a good start.

His new release “Home Sweet Home,” which features Vince Neil, landed at an impressive 58 country radio stations in conjunction with its official impact this week. It ranked as the week’s most-added track.

“Roller Coaster,” the fifth single from Luke Bryan’s smash “Crash My Party,” followed with a healthy 37 adds. Still in the mix, Sam Hunt’s breakthrough “Leave the Night On” claimed third-most-added honors with 35 pickups.

Scotty McCreery’s “Feelin’ It” and Keith Urban’s “Somewhere in My Car” ranked as fourth- and fifth-most-added with 22 and 19 adds, respectively.

Little Big Town’s “Day Drinking” (15), Kenny Chesney’s “American Kids” (12), Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’ “Somethin’ Bad” (12), Thompson Square’s “I Can’t Outrun You” (11) and Dylan Scott’s newly-impacting “Mmm, Mmm, Mmm” were also among the format’s ten-most-added this week.

Since Mediabase’s airplay chart only includes data from monitored reporters, it is also worth looking at how songs specifically fared with those stations:

1) Justin Moore – Home Sweet Home featuring Vince Neil – 52 monitored adds
2) Luke Bryan – Roller Coaster – 29 monitored adds
3) Sam Hunt – Leave the Night On – 23 monitored adds
4) Scotty McCreery – Feelin’ It – 16 monitored adds
5) Keith Urban – Somewhere in My Car – 14 monitored adds
6) Rascal Flatts – Payback – 11 monitored adds
6) Thompson Square – I Can’t Outrun you – 11 monitored adds
8) Little Big Town – Day Drinking – 10 monitored adds
9) Hunter Hayes – Tattoo – 9 monitored adds
9) Jerrod Niemann – Buzz Back Girl – 9 monitored adds

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

Brian's reporting has been cited by major websites like BuzzFeed, Billboard, the New Yorker and The Fader -- and shared by celebrities like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj.

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