Luke Bryan’s “Kick the Dust Up” Debuts at #28 on Country Radio Chart

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Released two days into the official tracking week, Luke Bryan’s new “Kick the Dust Up” still manages to score a strong debut on this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart.

“Dust,” which received ~2,123 spins during the May 17-23 tracking week, starts at #28 on the listing.

While the majority of those spins (1,140) came courtesy an hourly iHeartMedia promotion on May 19, the song held up solidly for the remainder of the week. It received at least 200 spins in each of the four subsequent days.

“Kick the Dust Up,” which is the lead cut from Bryan’s forthcoming studio album “Kill the Lights,” is one of two additions to this week’s Top 30. Brett Eldredge’s new “Lose My Mind,” the other, rises four places to #30 this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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