Darius Rucker’s “Homegrown Honey” Goes Top 10 at Country Radio

The sole addition to this week’s country radio top ten comes in the form of Darius Rucker’s “Homegrown Honey.”

Filling the void created by the departure of Eric Church’s “Talladega,” Rucker’s song rises to #10 on this week’s edition of the Mediabase country radio chart. It commanded 5,030 spins and 38.23 million audience impressions during the February 8-14 tracking week.

“Homegrown Honey” is the lead single from Rucker’s forthcoming “Southern Style.”

Other movers on this week’s Mediabase country radio chart:

— Sam Hunt’s “Take Your Time” rises five places to a new peak of #14. Dierks Bentley’s “Say You Do,” which also enters the Top 15 this week, jumps two places to #15.

— Kristian Bush’s “Trailer Hitch” (#19, +2) and A Thousand Horses’ “Smoke” (#20, +3) reach the top 20 this week.

— Keith Urban’s “Raise ‘Em Up (featuring Eric Church)” (#22, +7), Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” (#23, +3) and Billy Currington’s “Don’t It” (#27, +2) hop into the top 25 this week.

— Kelsea Ballerini’s “Love Me Like You Mean It” (#28, +4), Josh Turner’s “Lay Low” (#29, +2) and Canaan Smith’s “Love You Like That” (#30, +4) enter the top 30 this week.

— Kenny Chesney’s “Wild Child (featuring Grace Potter)” (#33, +10), Brad Paisley’s “Crushin’ It” (#36, +7), Kip Moore’s “I’m to Blame” (#39, +8) and Brantley Gilbert’s “One Hell of an Amen” (#40, +8) ascend into the Top 40 this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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