Luke Bryan’s “I See You” is Country’s Most-Added Song (Updated)

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Update: With 76 monitored Mediabase adds, Luke Bryan’s sixth “Crash My Party” single “I See You” ranks as country’s most-added song this week.

Jason Aldean’s “Justin Gettin’ Started” follows with a healthy 60 adds, while Lady Antebellum’s “Freestyle” and Blake Shelton’s “Lonely Tonight (featuring Ashley Monroe)” are in the mix with 26 and 25 adds, respectively.

Chase Rice’s “Gonna Wanna Tonight” ranks as fifth-most-added with 21 new pickups.


On the heels of a Country Music Association Award victory for Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan is enjoying the newest in a long line of monster weeks at country radio.

“I See You,” the sixth single from his smash “Crash My Party,” erupts at the format with 76 monitored adds. Mediabase says it is the week’s most-added track.

Long expected to emerge as an official single, “I See You” is the follow-up to Bryan’s #1 hit “Roller Coaster.”

The full adds breakdown, which is due later this evening, will confirm Jason Aldean’s “Just Gettin’ Started” as the week’s second-most-added country track.

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