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Dylan Scott Hits Number One at Country Radio with “New Truck”

Dylan Scott hits the number one spot on the country radio charts this week with his song, “New Truck,” off his brand new record, Livin’ My Best Life. Learn more here!

In conjunction with releasing his newest record, Livin’ My Best LifeDylan Scott landed his newest number one at country radio with his song “New Truck.” Scott has continued to rise to the occasion, upping his stardom with every chance he gets.

“New Truck” follows the singer’s number one single with his song “Nobody.” The catchy track was written by incredible singer-songwriters, HARDY and Hunter Phelps with top songwriters Ben Johnson and Ashley Gorley. As soon as HARDY sent that track over to Scott, he knew he wanted to cut it. It’s clear that the singer can recognize a hit when he hears it!

“I need one she ain’t climbed up in // That ain’t played her favorite songs // Need some glass that we ain’t fogged up // That her bare feet ain’t been on // I need a hood that we ain’t laid on // Kissing ’til that sun came up // That’s all that’s wrong with this one // If you’re looking you’re in luck // I need a new truck”

A huge congrats goes out to Scott and his team on an incredible feat! It is looking like this year might be the entertainer’s biggest one yet.

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Dylan Scott’s song “New Truck” goes number one at country radio.

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“New Truck” 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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Jake Owen Hits Number One with “Best Thing Since Backroads”

Jake Owen’s song “Best Thing Since Backroads” officially hit the number one spot on the country radio charts. Learn more here!

Jake Owen scores his tenth number one song with his current radio single, “Best Thing Since Backroads.” The monumental feat follows the consecutive hit songs, “Homemade” and “Made for You.” Owen continues to hone in on his country-beach loving sound, which is clearly resonating with his fans across the genre.

Almost a year ago to the date, the singer dropped his new number one song, “Best Thing Since Backroads.” The track is a joyous one. “Best Thing Since Backroads” compares a romance to the euphoric nature of a backroad. It was made for live performances, and it is the perfect song to jam out to on long car rides.

“You’re the best thing since back roads, baby // Pedal to the medal with the windows down // Sunshine setting on a cross that saves me // Hanging from a rearview in red dirt clouds // Two-lane heaven’s one hell of a view // But it ain’t got nothing on you”

Fans can rejoice in this new wave of music for the hitmaker. Congrats to Owen and his team on another number one at country radio!

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Jake Owen’s song, “Best Thing Since Backroads,” is the number one song at country radio.

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“Best Thing Since Backroads” 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 Lands 5th Consecutive #1 Single with “Damn Strait”

Scotty McCreery lands 5th consecutive #1 single with “Damn Strait.” Get all the details below about the number one feat!

Scotty McCreery has quietly, yet successfully taken the country music world by storm. The singer creates music that speaks to his fanbase. His last four singles to go to country radio, all landed at the top of the charts. McCreery’s current radio single, “Damn Strait,” adds to that list, marking his fifth consecutive #1 song for the artist.

According to McCreery, “Damn Strait” was a song he fell in love with from the get-go. In a recent press release, he shared, “‘Damn Strait’ is a song I fell in love with the second I heard it. You know the way it’s written, it’s both your classic country heartbreak song all at the same time while being a tribute to the King of Country Music himself, George Strait.”

“Baby blue was the color of her eyes // I can still see them in my mind // Probably will for the rest of my life // Damn Strait, you’re killing me man // You know I’ve always been your biggest fan // Now I can’t even listen // ‘Cause I’ll get to missin’ her // Then the hurt gets worse”
Congrats to McCreery on continuing on his path to superstardom! We are sure there are more number ones in the cards for McCreery as he continues to crank out great music.

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“Damn Strait” 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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Tim McGraw’s “7500 OBO” Earns Him 45th Number One Song

Tim McGraw’s song “7500 OBO” officially marks his 45th number one single at country radio. Learn more here!

This week, Tim McGraw’s current radio single, “7500 OBO” is the number one song at country radio. With sixteen albums in his repertoire, McGraw is one of the most successful country music artists in the genre.

The hitmaker continues to be a recognizable and a mainstay name in the music industry. McGraw’s song “7500 OBO’ is a mid-tempo jam wrapped up in an incredible story. According to the entertainer, “‘7500 OBO’ is about a guy who’s trying to get rid of his truck that he loves because there’s too many memories of his girlfriend in it. So ‘7500 OBO’ is ‘or best offer,’ of course.” He later adds, “So he’s just tryin’ to get rid of the truck because he can’t get in it anymore because all he thinks about is his girlfriend and all the great fun that they had and the times they had together. He keeps picturing her beside him in the truck, so he’s gotta get rid of the damn truck so he can move on with his life.”

“That pretty little thing made it hard to steer // I’m never gonna get her outta there // There’s too many memories // Now there’s a “For Sale” sign in the window // Yeah, ’cause if I’m gonna let her go // I gotta let it go, yeah, it’s gotta go // So it’s seventy-five hundred, OBO”

Congrats to McGraw and his team on another incredible number one feat! “7500 OBO” is definitely a song worth celebrating.

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Tim McGraw’s song “7500 OBO” goes number one.

McGraw hit the road this summer with direct support from Russell Dickerson and opening acts Alexandra Kaye and Brandon Davis. Check out the four hitting the stage for an incredible rendition of McGraw’s hit song, “I Like It, I Love It” during the Jones Beach, NY show…

Make sure you’re following us on Instagram, @CountrySwag for more incredible concert moments and all of the latest in country music.

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“7500 OBO” 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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Morgan Wallen’s Song “Wasted On You” is Number One

Morgan Wallen continues his streak of number ones with his sixth song to top the country charts, “Wasted On You.”

Morgan Wallen is officially back on the top of the country charts once again! The singer-songwriter continues to break records with his sophomore record Dangerous: The Double Album. Today his latest single, “Wasted On You” is number one at country radio.

A clear standout on the record, “Wasted On You” became a fan-favorite rather quickly. The song is both innovative and relatable. Wallen’s signature traditional, yet modern sound permeates throughout the catchy single rather effortlessly. It is no surprise that the song is number one.

“Looks like I’m learnin’ the hard way again // It’s all my fault, yeah, I dropped the ball // You’re gone, and I’m gone three sheets to the wind // Thinkin’ ’bout all // I’ve wasted on you // All of this time and all of this money // All of these sorrys I don’t owe you honey”

There is truly no stopping Wallen! His career continues to catapult him to superstardom. It is just a matter of time before he wins entertainer of the year at one of the coveted country music awards. Congrats to Wallen and his team!

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“Wasted On You” 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.

Parmalee Earns Number One at Country Radio with “Take My Name”

Parmalee secures another number one song at country radio with their romantic single, “Take My Name.” Learn more about the success below.

Country band, Parmalee is finding momentum once again with their music. In 2021, the platinum-selling act topped the charts with their collaborative track, “Just The Way” with Blanco Brown. Today, Parmalee scores yet another number one song at country radio with their latest single, “Take My Name.”

It is no wonder that the romantic love song reached the top of the charts! “Take My Name” is the perfect song for couples in love and for people who yearn for a true love, like the one described in the song. The simple message behind the song is both nostalgic and relatable. Country music needs more good-hearted songs like this on the radio.

“So take my hand, let me make you mine // I’m through waiting, taking my time // Never felt like this before // Take my name and make it yours // I know I’m the last guy anybody think might // Ever be talking like this, yeah // But I can see my future in your eyes tonight // And taste forever on your lips”

This makes Parmalee’s third number one song of their career. We wonder what song will be next! Congrats to Parmalee and their team!

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“Take My Name” 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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Thomas Rhett Goes Number One with “Slow Down Summer”

Thomas Rhett’s single “Slow Down Summer” officially marks his nineteenth number one single at Country Radio. Learn more here!

Thomas Rhett deserves each and every accomplishment he earns. In his incredible career, Rhett has scored nineteen number one singles. After earning a top spot on the charts with “Country Again,” the singer gets to celebrate yet again.”Slow Down Summer” is the top song at country radio.

The nostalgic song debuted back in November. According to Rhett, the song depicts a teenage romance that is about to be disrupted by college plans. “‘Slow Down Summer’ really is about two kids in love. Rhett continues to give us song after song to play in the soundtrack of our lives. We love that he continues to go back to his country roots, and this song is the perfect direction for the singer-songwriter.

“Yeah, what can I say? // We had our hopes up and the windows down // Fallin’ fast in a one-lane town // Tangled up with your lips on mine // Never seen a brighter green in those eyes and // I put my jacket on your shoulder // Wishin’ the weather wasn’t gettin’ colder // Lettin’ you go, holdin’ onto each other // Closin’ our eyes, sayin’, “Slow down, summer” (slow down, summer)”

Congrats to Rhett and his team on another incredible number one feat! “Slow Down Summer” is definitely a song worth celebrating.

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“Country Again” 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.

Jason Aldean Earns Another Number One Song with “Trouble With A Heartbreak”

Jason Aldean earns another number one song with his single, “Trouble With A Heartbreak.” Learn more below.

Jason Aldean continues his impressive streak of number one hits with his current radio single, “Trouble With A Heartbreak.” The song marks the second number one single off Aldean’s impressive double project, Macon, Georgia.

“Trouble With A Heartbreak” is an incredible, soulful country song. According to Aldean, the single stopped him in his tracks right after he heard it for the first time. Written by Brett Beavers, John Morgan, Kurt Allison, and Tully Kennedy, the single pulls at everyone’s heartstrings.

“And that’s the trouble with a heartbreak, it’s gonna hang around // Leave you midnight breaking down, wonderin’ how // Long that it’s gonna take gettin’ over her // It’s a can’t drown whiskey down kinda hurt // Yeah, you can burn them four wheels up that road // But there ain’t nowhere her memory can go // That’s the trouble with a heartbreak”

Congrats to Aldean and his team on an incredible number one feat!

This summer, Jason Aldean will bring the Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour across the nation with 34-stops including Hartford, Boston, New Orleans, Nashville, and more. Tickets and more info can be found here.

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“Trouble With A Heartbreak” 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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Luke Combs’ “Doin’ This” Marks His 13th Number One Song

Luke Combs continues his streak of number ones with his 13th song to top the country charts, “Doin’ This.”

We are running out of words to explain Luke Combs’ stardom. There is simply no one else like him in the country music genre. Continuing his record success, the singer-songwriter has added to his consecutive streak of hit songs. This week, Combs’ song “Doin’ This” marks his 13th number one single at country radio.

It is hard to believe how new the song really is! Combs’ debuted “Doin’ This” back in November at the CMA’s, captivating fans and industry-alike, who were in attendance. The song is one of the entertainers most personal to date, and it is only fitting that country radio fell in with it too.

“I’d have a Friday night crowd in the palm of my hand // Cup of brown liquor, couple buddies in a band // Singin’ them same damn songs like I am now // I’d be feelin’ on fire on a hardwood stage // Bright lights like lightning runnin’ through my veins // at the Grand Ole Opry or a show in some no-name town // I’d still be doin’ this if I wasn’t doin’ this”

Fans can catch the number one single and many more on one of Combs’ many upcoming tour dates. Check out his full schedule here.

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“Doin’ This” 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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Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde’s Song “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” Goes #1

Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde’s incredible song, “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” officially goes number one at country radio. Learn more here…

It is about time that Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde’s killer duet, “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” found its way to the top of the country charts! The song has been a fan-favorite for quite some time now, even earning nominations at various award shows. The number one marks the third top track for Pearce and the first for McBryde.

“Never Wanted To Be That Girl” tells the heart-wrenching story of two women loving the same man.  Written by the songstresses with Shane McAnally, the song is undeniably catchy and poignant. The back and forth nature of the story makes for an enticing listen, every time. Pearce and McBryde prove that women in country music are absolute superstars!

“I never wanted to be that girl // I never wanted to hate myself // I thought this kind of lonely only happens to somebody else // Bein’ the other one when there’s another one // God, this feels like hell // Thought I knew who I was, but it’s gettin’ hard to tell // I never wanted to be that girl”

Both singer-songwriters put words to an experience that many women (and men) unfortunately go through. It truly is country music songwriting at its finest. Congrats to Pearce and McBryde on their number one!

Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde’s song “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” is officially #1.

Join our Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Carly Pearce and Ashley McBride announcements and releases.

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“Never Wanted To Be That Girl” 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.