Luke Bryan’s “I See You” Enters Top 40 on Rolling Country Airplay Chart

Country radio’s most-added song is quickly en route to becoming one of its most-played.

“I See You,” the sixth single from Luke Bryan’s blockbuster “Crash My Party,” reaches #38 on Thursday’s edition of the Mediabase rolling airplay chart. While the track’s November 6 – 12 spin count of 806 was not one of the country format’s forty largest, it claimed enough chart points to rise into the Top 40 position of the chart.

Thanks to its surging airplay (only Florida Georgia Line’s #20 “Sun Daze” has enjoyed a greater spin gain this week), “I See You” will have no trouble maintaining its Top 40 position through the issuance of Mediabase’s official weekly airplay chart on Sunday evening.

Due to the high-profile nature of its airplay, Bryan’s new single ranks even more favorably from an audience standpoint. Its weekly impression count of 6.49 million was the country format’s 35th-largest between November 6 and 12. Based on its strong reach, “I See You” is also set to reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart; that audience-driven listing will be issued Monday.

“I See You” is the follow-up to “Roller Coaster,” which reached #1 on both the Mediabase and Billboard airplay charts.

Written by Brian Cantor

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