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Trent Harmon’s “You Got ‘Em All” Ranks As Country Radio’s Most Added Song

“You Got ‘Em All” tops this week’s country radio add board.

Trent Harmon’s “You Got ‘Em All” received a healthy amount of support in conjunction with this week’s country radio impact.

Picked up by 53 Mediabase-monitored country stations, it ranks as the format’s most added song.

Travis Denning’s “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs” received a considerable amount of impact week support. The artist’s debut single landed at 40 stations.

Kelsea Ballerini’s “I Hate Love Songs” takes third place with 15 pickups, while an add count of 13 slots Jake Owen’s “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” in fourth.

Chris Young’s “Hangin’ On,” which landed at 8 new stations, earns fifth place on the add board.

This week’s other notable country radio options: Cole Swindell’s “Break Up In The End” (7 adds, 6th-most, tie), Russell Dickerson’s “Blue Tacoma” (7 adds, 6th-most, tie), Chase Rice’s “Three Chords & The Truth” (6 adds, 8th-most, tie), Luke Combs’ “One Number Away” (6 adds, 8th-most, tie), Danielle Bradbery’s “Worth It” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie), Justin Moore’s “Kinda Don’t Care” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie), and LANco’s “Born To Love You” (5 adds, 10th-most, tie).

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