Sugarland & Taylor Swift, Thomas Rhett, Mitchell Tenpenny Songs Debut On MB Country Radio Chart

“Babe,” “Life Changes,” and “Drunk Me” officially enter the Top 50 at country radio.

Sugarland | Michele Crowe/CBS

It may not have arrived until the sixth day of the April 15-21 tracking period, but Sugarland’s “Babe (featuring Taylor Swift)” still received a healthy amount of support at country radio.

It, in fact, earned enough airplay to debut on the 50-song Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Thomas Rhett’s “Life Changes” and Mitchell Tenpenny’s “Drunk Me” also debut on this week’s listing.

Credited with 3,181 chart points, “Babe” debuts at #36. It also received 1,183 spins and 9.136 million audience impressions during the tracking period.

“Life Changes,” which was below last week’s chart at #69, blasts onto this week’s listing at #40. It received 2,526 chart points (+2,154), 893 spins (+732) and 5.229 million audience impressions.

“Drunk Me” concurrently rises five spots to #48. Tenpenny’s single garnered 1,804 chart points (+549), 699 plays (+187) and 2.819 million audience impressions.


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