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Post Malone & Morgan Wallen Go Number One with “I Had Some Help”

Post Malone and Morgan Wallen go number one on country radio with their collaborative single, “I Had Some Help.” Get all the details here.

Arguably the song of the summer, Post Malone’s killer collaboration with Morgan Wallen, “I Had Some Help,” officially reached the top of the country radio charts. Even before the song made its way to the airwaves, the single was a hit with fans. This marks Wallen’s 12th number one at country radio and Posty’s first!

 The unlikely pairing is one of the best collaborations we have seen in a long time. Both Wallen and Post Malone bring their A-game to their new song. “I Had Some Help. The mid-tempo song showcases how it feels to be blamed for a break-up or a relationship not panning out. While the song may feel like a “feel-good” anthem, the lyrics are actually deeper than what meets the eye. Both Wallen and Post Malone lay their hearts out on this track, while keeping the song catchy and fun at the same time.

“How do I help, if only two // Livin’ in your big glass house with the view // I thought you’d knowI had some help // It ain’t like I can make this kind of mess all by myself // Don’t act like you ain’t help me pull that bottle off the shelf // Been deep in every weekend, if you couldn’t tell // They say, “Teamwork makes the dream work” // Hell, I had some help (Help) // Help!”

Congrats to Morgan Wallen and Post Malone on their number one single!

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“I Had Some Help” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Ashley Cooke’s “your place” Goes Number One at Country Radio

Ashley Cooke earns her first number one song at country radio with her single, “your place.” Learn all the details here.

From the moment Ashley Cooke came on our radar, we knew she was a star in the making! In just eleven months, since her debut album, Shot In The Dark was released, Cooke has been contuieously making a name for herself in country music. Today, her hard work pays off, as she earned her first number one single at country radio with her incredible song, “your place.”

Cooke is one of those artists who is both a gifted songwriting and singer, and has a knack for creating momentum by sharing unreleased music on social media. “your place” was a hit in the making even before it’s release, winning the love of fans everywhere. The song is the perfect break-up song, touching on the toxicity of an ex who constantly oversteps your boundaries. “your place” is catchy, relatable, and a perfect song for country radio.

“You’re the reason this thing broke // So you should already know // It ain’t your place to walk up, say hey // Ask how I’ve been at some party // It ain’t your place to ask my friends // When you see ’em out if I’m seeing somebody // You don’t get to call me up ’cause you’re drunk // 2 AM, say you miss us // Nah, you don’t get to care where I’m waking up these days // It ain’t your place”

Congratulations to Ashley Cooke and her team on their accomplishment. We are excited what’s next for the rising star.

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“your place” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Kenny Chesney Goes Number One at Country Radio with “Take Her Home”

Kenny Chesney earns the number one song at country radio this week with his single, “Take Her Home.” Learn all the details here.

For decades now, Kenny Chesney has cemented his place in country music. The iconic ‘No Shoes Nation’ artist is incredible at cranking out music that spans generations. This week, his single, “Take Her Home” is his newest number one single at country radio!

Written by heavy hitters, HARDY, Zach Abend, and Hunter Phelps, the song is all about a growing relationship between a man and a woman. It also has that signature Chesney-style sound, that HARDY knew would work with the superstar’s fanbase. The song was made to go number one!

“Touch tune some old deep cut Cheap Trick // Got your girl singin’ every word of it // So you bring a couple shots of chilled Patrón // To the prettiest thing that you ever hit on // And somehow she ain’t got a boyfriend // So you make her laugh all night and then // Take her home, fall in love // Thank the good Lord up above // That he sent one down into your arms // And put a chain around your raise-hell heart”

Congrats to Kenny Chesney and his team on continuing to dominate country radio! We can’t wait to see what comes next for the singer!

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“Take Her Home” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jelly Roll’s Song “Halfway To Hell” Goes Number One at Country Radio

Jelly Roll earns the number one song at country radio this week with his single, “Halfway To Hell”. Learn all the details here.

Jelly Roll’s stardom continues to rise. He is arguably one of the most talented and likable musicians in the country must genre right now. His last single, “Save Me” featuring superstar, Lainey Wilson found its way to the top of the country charts. Today, his song, “Halfway To Hell” earns him another number one song.

Written by Jelly Roll with Jesse Frasure, Matt Jenkins, and Jessie Jo Dillon, the song is a true ode to authentic music. Through the song, Jelly Roll shares how it feels to be both on the path of something good, but not quite right. The song is meaningful and poignant, showing off Jelly Roll at his absolute best.

“Hope the chariot gon’ swing low // And carry me away // This little light of mine // Damn near burned me alive // Lord knows that Mama tried // And I don’t know if I’m // Halfway to Heaven or halfway to hell // My angels and demons at war with myself // One foot in the fire and I still can’t tell // Am I halfway to Heaven // Halfway to Heaven or hell”

Congrats to Jelly Roll and his team on his fourth number one at country radio! We can’t wait to see what comes next.

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“Halfway To Hell” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Bailey Zimmerman Goes Number One with “Where It Ends”

Bailey Zimmerman earns his fourth number one song at country radio this week with “Where It Ends.” Learn all the details here.

In his blossoming career, Bailey Zimmerman is quickly catapulting to the top. Zimmerman has landed multiple consecutive back to back number one singles at country radio, including his first number on, “Fall In Love” and follow up single, “Rock And A Hard Place.” Additionally, the singer-songwriter found his way to the top of the charts, yet again, with his song, “Religiously.” Today, the singer adds to that streak with his fourth number one single, “Where It Ends.”

While Zimmerman has clearly perfected the combination of catchy and raw, his most recent number one single is one of his most honest songs to date. Written by Zimmerman with Grant Averill and Joe Spargur, “Where It Ends” is country-rock at its finest. The song is a true heartbreak anthem, a true reflection of wasted energy.

“Went to battle for ya always // Fought for ya on your worst days // Then you told me that you don’t love me no more // You’re the last thing that I thought I’d lose // All I ever wanted was to be loved by you // I let you back in, and I gave you a second chance // Like a jet plane on a clear blue sky // Sun came shinin’ down on all your lies // I got too much pride to let that happen again // So this is where it ends”

Congratulations to Zimmerman and his team on their accomplishment. We are excited to see his streak of number ones continue to grow!

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“Where It Ends” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Tyler Hubbard Goes Number One at Country Radio with “Back Then Right Now”

Tyler Hubbard earns his third number one as a solo artist at country radio with his song “Back Then Right Now.” Get all the details here.

Tyler Hubbard has been a mainstay in country music for a decade now. Since embarking on his solo career, everything the singer has touched has been accepted by mainstream country fans. This week, Hubbard has earned his third consecutive number one single at country radio with his song, “Back Then Right Now,” which follows previous number ones, “5 Foot 9,” and “Dancin’ In The Country.”

Written by the singer with David Garcia, Jessie Jo Dillon, and Geoff Warburton,”Back Then Right Now” is nostalgia in a song. Throughout the lyrics, Hubbard shares about all the changes that have come from today’s landscape like social media and less connection. He sings about wishing for a bit more of his former life and our upbringing in the now. Lyrically, the song embodies the soul of country music. Sonically, the song brings today’s influences to the forefront, something Hubbard has always been great at.

“I could use some back then, right now // ’98 Chevy with the tailgate down // FM only with the gold up loud // Burnin’ up the night // Innocent and wild // I could use a little more wide open // Back when all I wanted was the hand I was holdin’ // Livin’ in the moment // With the good time crowd // Makin’ life count // Damn, I could use a little more // Back then, right now // Back then, right now”

While Hubbard’s career as the Florida Georgia Line frontman was one to proud of, it is clear that this new trajectory is going to be even bigger and better than ever. Congrats to Hubbard and his team on their third number one!

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“Back Then Right Now” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis Scores Number One Single with “Tucson Too Late”

Jordan Davis earns his seventh number-one song at country radio this week with his single, “Tucson Too Late.” Learn all the details here.

We have said it time and time again, Jordan Davis is one of the most underrated singer-songwriters in the country music genre. Davis continues to crank out hit after hit. Most recently, the singer secured his sixth number one single at country radio with “Next Thing You Know.” Today, he adds to that list, hitting the top spot yet again with his single, “Tucson Too Late.”

Written by Davis with heavy-hitters, brother, Jacob Davis and Josh Jenkins and Matt Jenkins, “Tucson Too Late” is the fourth single off Davis’ sophomore album, Bluebird Days. The track is the perfect song for the singer. It touches on the emotions associated with letting someone you love slip through your fingers.

“In the sky was showing no signs of rain // Ain’t nothing delaying that plane // I’m racing through the desert // Thinking I can catch her // But losing ground in this Chevrolet // That 747 somewhere between here and heaven // And heaven knows I let her slip away // I showed up and she’s gone // Guess I got to Tucson too late”

Congrats to Jordan Davis and his team on his seventh number one at country radio! We are excited to see what single hits the radio airwaves next.

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“Next Thing You Know” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Lainey Wilson’s Song “Wildflowers And Wild Horses” Goes Number One

Lainey Wilson goes number one at country radio with her song, “Wildflowers And Wild Horses.” Learn all the details here.

Lainey Wilson in an absolute superstar in country music. She is a talented vocalist and songwriter, as well as, one of the most fun entertainers to see live. So far in her career, she has been recognized for her talent both at award shows and at country radio. Today, she adds to her catalog of hits with “Wildflowers And Wild Horses” going number one at country radio this week.

Written by Wilson with Trannie Anderson and Paul Sikes, “Wildflowers And Wild Horses” is a song about perseverance. A beautiful anecdotal song about western living, Wilson is the perfect person to bring the song and its imagery to life. It is no wonder that “Wildflowers And Wild Horses” became another hit single for Wilson at country radio.

“I’m five generations of blazin’ a trail // Through barb-wired valleys and overgrown dells // I’m barefoot and bareback and born tough as nails // Whoa, whoa, whoa // I’m four-fifths of reckless and one-fifth of jack // I push like a daisy through old sidewalk cracks // Yeah, my kinda crazy’s still runnin’ its courses with // Wildflowers and wild horses”

Congratulations to Wilson and her team on their accomplishment. We are excited to see what song becomes Wilson’s next number one!

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“Wildflowers And Wild Horses” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Scotty McCreery Earns 6th Number One Song with “Cab In A Solo”

Scotty McCreery earns his 6th number one single at country radio with his song “Cab In A Solo.” Get all the details here.

Since 2011, when he was seventeen, Scotty McCreery has slowly, but surely become a country music superstar. The American Idol winner continues to create music that his diehard fans flock to. Five out of his last six singles to impact country radio all landed at the top of the charts. McCreery’s current radio single, “Cab In A Solo,” adds to that list, marking his 6th number one song at country radio.

Written by McCreery with Brent Anderson and Frank Rogers, “Cab In A Solo” is a classic heartbreak song. Filled with emotion and the feel of a classic 90s country song, the singer checks off every box for a solid country jam. McCreery knows the type of songs his fanbase loves, and “Cab In A Solo” is definitely one of them.

“But I’m parked out here on her street // Looks like the joke’s on me // Sitting here, I can’t believe what I just saw // Couple shadows kissing on her bedroom wall // It’s looking like my plan didn’t work out at all // Heartbreak turned into broke up // So now I’m finding out how a heartbreak taste // With a Silver Oak, 1998 // Drinking cab in a solo // Solo in the cab of my truck”
Congrats to Scotty McCreery on his sixth number one single! We are sure there are more number ones in the cards for him as he continues to crank out great music including his brand new album, “Rise And Fall”, due out May 10th.

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“Cab In A Solo” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Sam Hunt Goes Number One at Country Radio with “Outskirts”

Sam Hunt earns a number one at country radio with his song, “Outskirts,” marking his eleventh number one single of his career. Learn more here…

On the heels of his new project, Locked Up, Sam Hunt scored his eleventh number one single at country radio. His infectious song, “Outskirts” is officially the number one song on the charts this week. The song follows Hunt’s previous number ones “Wishful Drinking” and “23.”

“Outskirts” is quite possibly one of the singer-songwriter’s best mid-tempo songs to date. The song is catchy and primed for radio. It is no surprise that the song finally found its way to the top fat country radio charts. On the song, Hunt shows off his talent and gives fans a song that is reminiscent of previous hits like, “Leave the Night On” and “Body Like a Back Road.”

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“But soon as I get out here on the outskirts // I wish I was runnin’ by your house first // Somethin’ ’bout a summer in the South, sure // Shines like gold down these old // Round bale, river valley backroads // Way back in the holler where the grass grows // God almighty, baby, we were that close // To ditchin’ this town and settlin’ down // Out here on the outskirts”

Congratulations to Sam Hunt and his team on their eleventh number one single at country radio with “Outskirts!”

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“Outskirts” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.