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Thomas Rhett’s “Marry Me” Ranks As Country Radio’s Most Added Song

“Marry Me” tops this week’s country radio add board.

The new Thomas Rhett single predictably received a warm welcome from country radio.

Picked up by 55 Mediabase-monitored stations in conjunction with this week’s impact, Rhett’s “Marry Me” ranks as country radio’s most added song.

“Marry Me” is the follow-up to Rhett’s #1 country radio hit “Unforgettable.”

Kip Moore’s “Last Shot” takes second place on this week’s add board. The song, which is the follow-up to Moore’s chart-topping “More Girls Like You,” landed at 40 stations.

Keith Urban’s “Female” ranks as third-most added with 32 pickups, while an add count of 20 slots David Lee Murphy’s “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright (featuring Kenny Chesney)” in fourth.

Bebe Rexha’s “Meant To Be (featuring Florida Georgia Line),” which won support from 18 stations, ranks as fifth-most added.

This week’s other notable country radio options: Chase Rice’s “Three Chords & The Truth” (16 adds, 6th-most), Kane Brown’s “Heaven” (12 adds, 7th-most), Dustin Lynch’s “I’d Be Jealous Too” (10 adds, 8th-most, tie), Lindsay Ell’s “Criminal” (10 adds, 8th-most, tie), Morgan Wallen’s “Up Down (featuring Florida Georgia Line” (8 adds, 10th-most, tie), Taylor Swift’s “New Year’s Day” (8 adds, 10th-most, tie), and Tim McGraw & Faith Hill’s “The Rest Of Our Life” (8 adds, 10th-most, tie).

Brian Cantor

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