Casey Barnes is back on top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart, pushing last week’s number one, These Days by MacKenzie Porter.
Casey Barnes is back on top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart, pushing down last week’s number one, These Days by MacKenzie Porter to #2 ahead of Brad Cox‘s Beau In The Back (#3).
Minimum Wage by Blake Shelton is at #4, with Dan + Shay (#5) and Luke Combs (#6) hot on the heels. Southbound come in at #7 with their single, This Is Us and Gabby Barrett is at #8. Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban slips down to #9 with Cass Hopetoun’s Who Needs Hawaii rounding out the coveted Top 10.
Coming in at #11 is Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90s by Sam Hunt, up eleven spaces from last week! Other big movers include Jordan Davis with Lose You (#16) and Harvest On Vinyl by Shane Nicholson (#22) – you can find out his inspiration for the track here. Break It Easy by Vixens Of Fall leaps ten spaces ahead, coming in at #25. Jess Moskaluke feat. Travis Collins’ Leave Each Other Alone jumps into #29, ahead of the banger, Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) by Elle King and Miranda Lambert, up at #30.
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Where Have You Gone by Alan Jackson also moves an impressive thirteen spaces into #34. There was also some significant movement from Andrew Farriss (#38) and Fraudulent by Jasmine Rae (#39).
Some new re-entries this week, with Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham’s Spare Parts at #27 and You Ain’t Going Nowhere by Paul Field and Jimmy Barnes at #43. Dear August by PJ Harding and Noah Cyrus (#48) also re-enters the charts, as does Carly Pearce (#49) and Luke Bryan with One Margarita at #50.
There were plenty on new entries too! We All Need Love by Sam Hawksley feat. Wendy Matthews comes in at #35. Matt Ward makes his debut at #36, followed behind Eric Church at #40 and Annie June by Lily Grace and James Blundell (#41). Our good mates, Good Will Remedy hit the charts at #42, with their catchy single, Lightning Bolt – we premiered it here. Hailey Whitters feat. Jordan Davis’ The Ride at #35 and Stop & Stare by Michaela Jenke (#47) – we premiered the video here - also debut.