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Tyler Hubbard’s “Back Then Right Now” Secures #1 On Country Radio Chart

The Tyler Hubbard song rises to #1 on this week’s country listing.

After spending many weeks near the top of the listing, Tyler Hubbard’s “Back Then Right Now” finally secures its place at the peak of Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Indeed, the single rises one place to #1, seizing the throne from Jordan Davis’ “Tucson Too Late.”

In addition to leading in chart points, “Back Then Right Now” ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and heard song for the May 12-18 tracking period. It received ~8,987 spins (+648) and ~37.27 million audience impressions.

Bailey Zimmerman’s “Where It Ends” ascends one level to #2, as Jelly Roll’s “Halfway To Hell” climbs a place to #3. Kenny Chesney’s “Take Her Home” ticks up a spot to #4, and the aforementioned “Tucson Too Late” drops a spot to #5.

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