Chris Lane brings home most added song at country radio

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Breakout Big Loud Records star CHRIS LANE is poised for his third consecutive smash with Country radio’s most added song this week, “Take Back Home Girl.” Featuring GRAMMY-nominated artist TORI KELLY, the single already has 65 first week stations on board and has amassed more than 2 million streams on Spotify since its release (9/29).

The follow up to back-to-back GOLD-certified singles (“Fix,” “For Her”), “Take Back Home Girl” is the first look at Lane’s forthcoming second album. Penned by Hillary Lindsey, Josh Miller and David Garcia, fans and media alike are raving about the fresh collaboration. AXS notes Lane and Kelly’s “voices blend beautifully” while Sounds Like Nashville dubs it “the ultimate up-tempo love song.” Rolling Stone recognizes the song for employing “a clever bait-and-switch with its title.”

No stranger to record-breaking radio singles, Lane’s infectious hit “Fix” achieved the most single week adds from a debut male artist in Country Aircheck history upon its release. After topping the Country radio airplay charts with “Fix,” Lane’s R&B tinged “For Her” landed in the Top 10 and earned his second GOLD-certified single. Both hits are featured on Lane’s Joey Moi-produced Big Loud Records debut GIRL PROBLEMS.

Lane will finish strong in his whirlwind 2017 as he hits the road on his first ever headlining run, the TAKE BACK HOME TOUR. Kicking off October 25 in Baltimore, MD, the tour spans 18 dates through December and follows his epic summer supporting Florida Georgia Line on THE SMOOTH TOUR 2017.

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