Billy Currington’s “Don’t It” Claims #1 at Country Radio

Billy Currington via CMT

Billy Currington’s “Don’t It” officially seizes the country radio throne from Tyler Farr’s “A Guy Walks Into a Bar.”

After rising to #2 on last week’s chart, “Don’t It” completes its ascent to the top of Mediabase’s country radio singles chart this week. It follows “Hey Girl” and “We are Tonight” as Currington’s third straight #1 hit.

Not simply the leader in Mediabase chart points, “Don’t It” also ranks as this week’s most-played and most-heard country song. It received ~8,226 spins and ~58.941 million audience impressions during the May 17-23 tracking week.

A Thousand Horses’ “Smoke,” which rises to #2 on the chart, received ~7,928 spins and ~56.738 million audience impressions, respectively.

Florida Georgia Line’s “Sippin’ On Fire” (#3), Kenny Chesney’s “Wild Child (with Grace Potter)” (#4) and Carrie Underwood’s “Little Toy Guns” (#5) complete this week’s top five.

The aforementioned “A Guy Walks Into a Bar,” which topped last week’s chart, slips to #7 on this week’s listing.

Written by Brian Cantor

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