Gabby Barrett’s songs continue to rise on the country charts.
The American Idol season 16 finalist’s GOLD-certified sophomore single “The Good Ones” enters Country radio’s Top 5 this week, ranking #1 in equivalents and sales among the current Mediabase Top 50. The Warner Music Nashville release is now the second-most streamed female Country song of the year, only trailing Gabby’s 4X platinum breakout debut, “I Hope.”
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On the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart, “I Hope” continues to make history, charting for 98 weeks and earning the top spot for 27 total weeks. “The Good Ones” is moving up, currently sitting at #2 and could follow in its success. Gabby is currently the only artist with two tracks inside the Top 10 of Shazam’s Country chart.
This April, Gabby is nominated for two ACM Awards – Single of the Year (“I Hope”) and New Female Artist of the Year. Her latest project, the seven-track Live From The Goldmine EP – is out now.
The seven-song concert experience was captured last summer during Barrett’s Live From The Goldmine album launch event, and serves fans with live performance tracks from her critically acclaimed debut Goldmine.