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Kane Brown, Dan + Shay, Chris Lane, Chase Rice, Jake Owen, Ronnie Dunn & Kix Brooks Enter Country Radio’s Top 50 (MB)

A whopping six songs debuts on this week’s edition of the 50-track Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Kane Brown’s “Thunder In The Rain,” the highest ranking of the bunch, enters at #44. It was below the chart at #51 last week.

The song earns #44 on the strength of its 2,050 weekly Mediabase chart points (+134). It also received 572 spins (+20) and 2.589 million audience impressions during the October 23-29 tracking period.

Credited with 1,858 weekly chart points (+129), Dan + Shay’s “How Not To” rises eight places to #45. It also received 573 weekly spins (+55) and 2.769 million weekly audience impressions.

Also up eight places, Chris Lane’s “For Her” enters the Top 50 at #46. It garnered 1,732 weekly chart points (+49), 596 weekly spins (+6), and 1.83 million weekly audience impressions.

A seven-place lift brings Chase Rice’s “Everybody We Know Does” to #48. Along with 1,685 weekly chart points (+90), “Everybody We Know Does” garnered 472 weekly spins (+3) and 2.274 million weekly audience impressions.

A weekly chart score of 1,633 (+362) elevates Jake Owen’s “If He Ain’t Gonna Love You” ten places to #49. It also received 395 weekly spins (+124) and 2.398 million weekly audience impressions.

Up ten places, Ronnie Dunn’s “Damn Drunk (with Kix Brooks)” takes #50. It received 1,590 weekly chart points (+321), 404 weekly spins (+105) and 2.719 million weekly audience impressions.

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