Blake Shelton’s “Gonna” Reaches Top 5 at Country Radio; Brothers Osborne Now Top 10

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“Gonna,” the fourth single from Blake Shelton’s “Bringing Back The Sunshine,” is now inside the Top 5 of the Billboard and Mediabase country radio charts.

Up one place from last week’s position, “Gonna” earns #5 on this week’s audience-oriented Billboard Country Airplay chart. The song received 42.834 million audience impressions during the official tracking week (+1.856 million).

“Gonna” makes the same 6-5 move on the Mediabase country radio singles chart. The new position comes courtesy its 24,777 weekly chart points (+1,067). It, correspondingly, received 7,230 Mediabase-monitored spins (+298) and 48.661 million Mediabase-monitored impressions (+2.367 million) during the official tracking period.

“Gonna” is the lone addition to the Top 5 on either chart.

The charts also welcome a single Top 10 addition in the form of Brothers Osborne’s “Stay A Little Longer.”

The song rises from #11 to #10 on both listings.

Its new Billboard position comes on the strength of 30.162 million weekly audience impressions (+1.673 million). Its new Mediabase position is attributable to its 17,919 weekly chart points (+838); it received 5,118 Mediabase-monitored spins (+283) and 35.400 million Mediabase-monitored impressions (+1.390 million) during the official tracking week.

“Stay A Little Longer” appears on the duo’s forthcoming “Pawn Shop.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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