Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down” Stays #1 at Country Radio

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A week-over-week airplay loss does not knock Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down” from the top of the country radio mountain.

The second single from Bryan’s “Kill The Lights” earns a second straight week at #1 on Mediabase’s country radio singles chart.

Again the leader in Mediabase chart points, “Strip It Down” also repeats as the format’s most-played and most-heard song.

Bryan’s single received ~8,176 spins (-109) and ~53.528 million audience impressions (-1.321 million) during the October 18-24 tracking week.

Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes” improves to #2 this week (+1), while Old Dominion’s “Break Up With Him” (#3, +1), Cole Swindell’s “Let Me See Ya Girl” (#4, +2) and Carrie Underwood’s “Smoke Break” (#5, +2) complete the Top 5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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