Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” Earns #1 On Billboard Country Airplay Chart

We have a split-chart scenario; Eric Church tops Mediabase, while Russell Dickerson leads Billboard.

Russell Dickerson in Yours | Triple Tigers / Vevo

As they cover different reporting panels and rely on different methodologies, the Mediabase country radio singles chart and Billboard Country Airplay listing do not always feature the same #1.

This week features one of those split-chart scenarios.

While Eric Church’s “Round Here Buzz” tops the Mediabase chart, Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” claims #1 on Billboard.

Up two places, “Yours” seizes #1 from Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song.” That tune slips to #9 this week.

Church’s “Round Here Buzz” rises two spots to #2 on Billboard, while Brett Young’s “Like I Loved You” dips one place to #3.

Chris Young’s “Losing Sleep” rises two places to #4, and Old Dominion’s “Written In The Sand” climbs two places to #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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