Miranda Lambert’s “Vice” Debuts At #28 On MB Country Radio Chart; Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch Also Enter

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Singles by Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan and Dustin Lynch debut on this week’s 50-song Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Lambert’s “Vice,” the highest charting of the three, starts at #28.

“Vice” earns the impressive position thanks to the 7,125 Mediabase chart points it amassed during the July 17-23 tracking week**. Lambert’s single received 2,015 Mediabase-monitored spins and 15.235 million Mediabase-monitored audience impressions during the tracking week.

“Move,” the fifth single from Luke Bryan’s “Kill The Lights,” also debuts on this week’s chart. Credited with 2,487 weekly chart points (+1,919), “Move” claims #48. It was the Mediabase country panel’s #69 song last week.

“Move” garnered 602 tracking period spins (+487) and 5.041 million tracking period audience impressions.

Up three places from last week’s ranking, Dustin Lynch’s “Seein’ Red” takes #50 on this week’s chart. It received 2,233 weekly chart points (+604), 644 weekly spins (+178) and 3.237 million weekly audience impressions.

**Unlike the other genre charts, Mediabase’s country listing relies on a proprietary scoring system. Spins receive point values based on the size of the market in which they were received.

Written by Brian Cantor

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