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‘Everything She Ain't’ Is Hailey Whitters’ First Top 30 Song At Country Radio

February 13, 2023 11:53 am GMT
Last Edited June 8, 2023 2:04 pm GMT

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Hailey Whitters has earned her first career Top 30 song at Country Radio with ‘Everything She Ain't’. The fun, uptempo track leapt to No. 30 on the Mediabase chart over the weekend.

‘Everything She Ain't’ has been championed as a certified self-love anthem, and has become one of Whitters’ most recognisable singles to date.

It originally appeared on her celebrated 2022 project, Raised, which topped Holler's Albums of the Year list.

The song received a recent boost after Whitters released a revamped version via her Apple Music Sessions EP, which also featured covers of Alan Jackson's ‘Gone Country’ and The SteelDrivers’ ‘Heaven Sent’.

Towards the end of January, the Iowa native performed ‘Everything She Ain't’ during her first ever TV appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

With all the deserved attention ‘Everything She Ain't’ has been garnering in recent weeks, the track's ascent up the charts seems nowhere close to stopping.

Elsewhere on the Mediabase charts this weekend, Parker McCollum's ‘Handle On You’ surged to No. 10, after the Texan released the official music video for the whiskey-drenched single. ‘Handle On You’ is the Texan's third career Top 10 at Country Radio.

Lainey Wilson's ‘Heart Like A Truck’ soared to No. 5, while Kane and Katelyn Brown's heartwarming duet, ‘Thank God’, takes the No. 1 spot.

The Top 3 is completed by Morgan Wallen's ‘Thought You Should Know’ at No. 2 and Luke Combs’ ‘Going, Going, Gone’ at No. 3.

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