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Jason Aldean’s “Just Gettin’ Started,” Blake Shelton’s “Lonely Tonight” Go Top 10

Jason Aldean via CMT

The latest singles from two of the genre’s most bankable hitmakers are now top ten songs at the country format.

Jason Aldean’s “Just Gettin’ Started” and Blake Shelton’s “Lonely Tonight (featuring Ashley Monroe)” rise to the #9 and #10 positions, respectively, on Mediabase’s official country airplay chart.

“Just Gettin’ Started,” which is up four places this week, grabs the #9 spot on the strength of its 5,180 weekly spins.

Shelton’s tune, which similarly rises four places, lands at #10 thanks to the 5,111 plays it received during the January 11-17 tracking week.

The two tracks are follow-ups to number one hits in “Burnin’ it Down” and “Neon Light,” respectively.

Other country radio movers:

— Lee Brice’s “Drinking Class” and Chris Young’s “Lonely Eyes” reach the Top 15 at #14 and #15, respectively.

— Cole Swindell’s “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” and Jake Owen’s “What We Ain’t Got” reach the Top 20 at #19 and #20, respectively.

— Sam Hunt’s “Take Your Time” (#24) and Eric Paslay’s “She Don’t Love You” (#25) are now Top 25 hits.

— A Thousand Horses’ “Smoke,” which was recently named the country format’s iHeartRadio “On the Verge” track, blasts into the Top 30 at #28. Billy Currington’s “Don’t It” enters the Top 30 at #29, and Zac Brown Band’s “Homegrown” debuts at #30.

— Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” and Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” reach the Top 40 at #38 and #39, respectively.

Written by Brian Cantor

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