Kelsea Ballerini’s ‘Dibs’ Hits Number One on Country Charts

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Remembering a classic country star, Kelsea Ballerini is at the top of the heap and Granger Smith is a “shoe in” with his new single.

FOX’s Jacqueline Karl has more in “FOX Country.”:

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I’m Jacqueline Karl.

(James) “Since I met you baby.”

Condolences continue to pour in for country singer Sonny James, he died Monday at a hospice in Nashville. During his career, James recorded romantic ballads like ‘Young Love’ and converted a number of pop and R&B hits into country tunes. Sonny James was 87.

(Ballerini) “Yeah, I’m calling dibs.”

Kelsea Ballerini’s second single ‘Dibs’ claiming top spot on the country charts Sunday. In June, her debut single ‘Love Me Like You Mean It’ hit No. 1, setting a new record as the first debut single from a solo female artists to top the chart since Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Jesus Take The Wheel’ in 2006.

(Smith) “Yeah girl, you can be my all night.”

Granger Smith choosing ‘If the Boot Fits’ as his new single. ‘If the Boot Fits’ the second single from Smith’s upcoming album ‘Remington’ dropping March 4. ‘The Boot Fits’ available for download now on iTunes.

That’s FOX Country on FOX News.

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