For his first official country radio single, Chris Lane's "Fix" has earned the distinction of being the most-added single of the week on country's most wanted singles chart for December 7, 2015. The R&B-leaning track showcases a potential new star with a strong range of vocals and an interesting lyrical story. Right behind "Fix" is Carrie Underwood's "Heartbeat." She new has 110 stations on board with the second single from the Gold-certified album Storyteller. Drake White debuts this week with "Livin' The Dream," the follow-up to his Top 40 hit "It Feels Good." A talented vocalist with a sound somewhere between Zac Brown and Chris Stapleton, White finally feels on the cusp of superstardom. Florida Georgia Line's "Confession" is at #4 and has 118 stations on with Chris Stapleton's "Nobody To Blame," his breakout hit, sitting at #5 in a tie with Old Dominion's sophomore single from Meat and Candy, "Snapback." It has 37 stations on in its first week.
At #7 this week (as Old Dominion was tied at #5) is Brett Eldredge's second single from Illinois, "Drunk On Your Love." The single has 115 stations on board so far while David Fanning debuts at #8 with "What's Next." The single has 15 early believers. Tied for #9 to round out our Top 10 of this week's most-wanted country radio singles is Joe Nichols' "Freaks Like Me" and Luke Bryan and Karen Fairchild's duet "Home Alone Tonight." Both songs joined 14 stations.
|1||Chris Lane||Fix||Big Loud||61||71|
|2||Carrie Underwood||Heartbeat||19/Arista Nasville||48||110|
|3||Drake White||Livin' The Dream||Dot Records||35||40|
|4||Florida Georgia Line||Confession||Republic Nashville||21||118|
|5||Chris Stapleton||Nobody To Blame||Mercury||19||137|
|7||Brett Eldredge||Drunk On Your Love||Atlantic Nashville||18||115|
|8||David Fanning||What's Next||Stoney Creek||15||15|
|9||Joe Nichols||Freaks Like Me||Red Bow||14||85|
|9||Luke Bryan/Karen Fairchild||Home Alone Tonight||Capitol||14||155|