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Chris Janson’s “Buy Me a Boat” is Country’s Most Added; Brett Eldredge, Zac Brown Follow

Update: Picked up by 35 Mediabase-monitored stations this week, Chris Janson’s “Buy Me a Boat” ranks as country radio’s most added.

“Buy Me a Boat” is being supported by the iHeartRadio “On the Verge” program.

With 28 pickups each, Brett Eldredge’s “Lose My Mind” and Zac Brown Band’s “Loving You Easy” tie for second-most added. Darius Rucker’s “Southern Style” earns 4th-most added on the strength of its 21 adds, while Cole Swindell’s “Let Me See Ya Girl” and Thomas Rhett’s “Crash and Burn” tie for fifth-most with 12 each.

Predictable given its buzz and guaranteed airplay support from the iHeartRadio “On the Verge” program, Chris Janson’s “Buy Me a Boat” ranks as this week’s most added song at country radio.

According to Mediabase, the peer-endorsed track earned adds from 35 monitored stations this week.

While the song is already being spotlighted by iHeartMedia, its official impact is technically scheduled for next week.

The spring of 2015 has been a fruitful one for Janson. In addition to scoring immense buzz–and a prominent iTunes position–for “Buy Me a Boat,” the singer-songwriter also inked a deal with Warner Music Nashville.

The iHeartRadio “On the Verge” selection and strong weekly add count provide more cause for celebration.

A more detailed adds breakdown will be issued Monday evening.

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.

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