The most-added country singles list features 11 tracks this week (two are tied for the Top 10) with Cole Swindell's "Ain't Worth The Whiskey" leading the way. The single, the third from his self-titled debut album from Warner Bros after #1 singles "Chillin' It" and "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight." Swindell is followed by fellow frosh act the Swon Brothers who have released sophomore single "Pray For You," the follow-up to Top 15 debut "Later On." Early indications seem to be that "Pray For You" may end up being the former The Voice contestant's break-out hit.
Florida Georgia Line's "Sun Daze" has the #3 most-added country single this week with "Sun Daze," their follow-up to the Platinum, multi-week #1 "Dirt" from their second album Anything Goes. Dustin Lynch is also on his second single from his sophomore album with "Hell Of A Night" hitting the charts this week with 28 more stations taking a shine to the single. Toby Keith's "Drunk Americans" may be on its way to being the superstar's first top 10 hit since 2012 as nearly every country station on the panel has added the single to their playlists.
Gloriana kicks off the second half of the Top 10 most-added country singles chart with 21 more stations picking up "Trouble." Rising Sidewalk/Curb artist Dylan Scott has a nice start with "Lay It On Me," a FGL-like youthful country/rocker. #8 finds Lady Antebellum with "Freestyle" while #9 features Billy Currington's "Don't It." At #10, Dierks Bentley's "Say You Do" is tied with Josh Turner's "Lay Low" with seven more stations adding the single.
The Most Added Singles For November 3, 2014.
|1||Cole Swindell||Ain't Worth The Whiskey||Warner Bros.||40|
|2||Swon Brothers||Pray For You||Arista||39|
|3||Florida Georgia Line||Sun Daze||Republic||37|
|4||Dustin Lynch||Hell Of A Night||Broken Bow||28|
|5||Toby Keith||Drunk Americans||Show Dog-Universal||22|
|7||Dylan Scott||Lay It On Me||Sidewalk/Curb||13|
|8||Billy Currington||Don't It||Mercury||10|
|10||Dierks Bentley||Say You Do||Capitol||7|
|10||Josh Turner||Lay Low||MCA||7|
What do you think? Have you heard any of these songs. If so, do you want to hear them on your local radio stations?