In a race to claim “Most-Added” on the country charts this week, three artists earned honorable mentions.
Kane Brown‘s single, “One Mississippi,” dominated the Billboard and Mediabase charts raking in 187 total first-week stations and an additional 24 stations on the MusicRow CountryBreakout Radio Chart. This is a career best for Brown who co-wrote his latest release with Jesse Frasure, Levon Gray and Ernest K. Smith.
On the MusicRow Radio Chart, Keith Urban lands at the top of the most added list receiving 28 adds this week. His latest single, “Wild Hearts,” was also the highest debut at No. 49 and had the greatest spin increase with +349 spins. Urban co-wrote “Wild Hearts” with Brad Tursi, Jennifer Wayne, and Eric Paslay.
Frank Ray also earns a nod for being the most added song on country radio by a new artist. “Country’d Look Good On You,” released via BBR Music Group/Stoney Creek Records, has 59 new stations playing the single this week. “It’s hard to describe the feeling of hearing your own song come on the radio—it brings all kinds of emotions to the surface—I’m grateful to my incredible fans, family, manager Oscar Chavira and my entire team,” Ray shares. “Thank you to country radio for gifting me with that incredible feeling and continuing to support me and my dream.”