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Russell Dickerson collects his third consecutive career-opening No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, as "Every Little Thing," released on Triple Tigers, hops 4-1 on the Nov. 9-dated list, in its 48th week on the survey, up 15% to 37.9 million in radio reach, according to Nielsen Music.
"Three No. 1s in a row is so crazy," Dickerson said after learning of his latest coronation. "I've always dreamed of hearing my songs on the radio, but to have my first three songs released go to the top of the chart is such a massive dream come true."
"Thing" follows "Blue Tacoma," Dickerson's second Country Airplay leader which hit the summit in its 32nd frame (Oct. 13, 2018), and his debut hit "Yours," which reached the penthouse in its 39th frame (Jan. 27, 2018) for its first of two weeks on top.