Russell Dickerson’s “Yours,” Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song” Enter Top 5 At Country Radio

“Yours” and “I Could Use A Love Song” earn Top 5 positions on this week’s Mediabase country radio chart.

Russell Dickerson in Yours | Triple Tigers / Vevo

Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” and Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song” climb to new highs on this week’s edition of the Mediabase country radio singles chart.

“Yours” rises three places to #4, while “I Could Use A Love Song” ticks up one place to #5.

“Yours” earns #4 thanks to its 17,524 tracking period chart points (+1,380 from last week). It also received 6,498 spins (#5 airplay total) and 43.937 million audience impressions (#5 audience total) during the December 10-16 tracking week.

“I Could Use A Love Song” received 17,456 chart points (+524), 6,564 spins (#4 airplay total) and 43.668 million audience impressions (#6 audience total).

“Yours” is Russell Dickerson’s first career Top 5 hit at country radio. “I Could Use A Love Song” is Morris’ first as a lead artist; she previously entered the region as a featured act on Thomas Rhett’s #1 hit “Craving You.”

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