Jameson Rodgers Earns First No. 1 Hit With “Some Girls”

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Jameson Rodgers has achieved his first No. 1 single as an artist out of the gate, as his debut single “Some Girls” tops the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts.

“Some Girls” is the first solo male debut single to top the charts in a year. With its 49-week run, “Some Girls” has set a new record for the longest climb to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart for a debut single. The track was  recently certified Gold, and he performed the hit on NBC’s TODAY with Hoda & Jenna. Rodgers topped the all-genre Billboard Emerging Artist chart last week, only the fifth country artist to do so this year, and “Some Girls” entered Top 40 territory on the Hot 100 chart as well. The track has earned more than 115 million on-demand streams.

“When I moved to Nashville in 2010, I had a dream. I’m living my dream right now thanks to country radio, amazing fans and the best team any artist could ask for,” said Rodgers. “I just feel so blessed for the opportunity and look forward to hopefully many more.”


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