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Jackson Dean’s “Don’t Come Lookin'” Claims #1 On Country Radio Chart

“Don’t Come Lookin'” rises to #1 on the country radio listing.

Jackson Dean’s “Don’t Come Lookin’,” the #3 song on last week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart, rises to #1 this week.

In addition to ruling for chart points, “Don’t Come Lookin'” ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played song for the November 20-26 tracking period. The Jackson Dean single garnered ~8,608 spins, topping last week’s mark by a mammoth 1,605.

Thomas Rhett’s “Half Of Me (featuring Riley Green),” last week’s leader, takes #2 on this week’s chart. It also ranks as the week’s most heard song at country radio, amassing ~36.38 million audience impressions across the Mediabase panel.

Bailey Zimmerman’s “Fall In Love” rises one spot to #3, Tyler Hubbard’s “5 Foot 9” drops two places to #4, and Jimmie Allen’s “down home” stays at #5.

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