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  1. I love GIMH more now and I hope we will get a music video for this Also, her cover of Slow Burn was added to Acoustic Covers playlist (3.6M followers) on Spotify and now having around 12k+ daily streams from about 1k daily before this. This song might just appear on her Top Song list on her spotify profile soon enough as it is streaming better than MYM and NHIE currently.
  2. To top it all, Big Machine sent her version of F-150 to radio when it was released (GIMH was not). Some radio stations had it on their match up contests or testing spins. I hope they did not pull out NHIE for F-150, since it was cancelled eventually also. I'm not sure how it happened but not surprised that it will be claimed considering Robyn was just recently signed with a major label (Warner) through this viral hit, and would make sense that they would have this as her launching single. Releasing a cover by Danielle on youtube is ok but her releasing a recorded version and sent t
  3. DB and her team already deleted all their posts regarding F-150, and the song isn't available now except for some streaming sites.
  4. If the original singer wasn't recently signed on a major label, I would agree that it's because DB is a higher profile artist, but at this point not that much. This original song is also included in Robyn's latest album and is playlisted on some good playlists on Spotify - even better than NHIE's playlisting. But it's a win for Danielle and us fans though since more music, and she needs more songs like this on her repertoire. Not really uptempo but atleast with a beat. And I agree it is something she could've written, probably why they got it.
  5. She released her version of F150. The song was by a female country artist who is kinda going viral on Tiktok and was recently signed by Warner Nashville. I don't know why she recorded that and Robyn/Warner allowed it considering she signed with them recently, but I like the song and it has more tempo than most of Danielle's songs.
  6. Yes, her song is at least performing better on Apple Music. NHIE is also in a few major Apple Music country playlists there, so that is driving the streams. She just posted now that the song has 14.5 million streams now and probably around 12 million there is from Apple Music. Youtube numbers need to improve though for more visibility, and she needs to have better streams on Spotify so the song can be included in the major playlists. I still believe NHIE has potential to at least chart in the Top 40 on Billboard Country Airplay, though it will still be after a few months. It's at
  7. From the debut album, Talk About Love is the song that I think should have been a radio single, and a better follow up to THOD than YIA. That song sounds great when I play with singles from other artists. Young In America can go 3rd. For the second album, I agree with Potential. That song is the best song in the album for me (followed by Worth It), and her best chance yet for a ballad radio single. Worth It is also a good song, so I don't agree that they've pitted WI and Room For Two to each other, to get one slot in the album, while they can remove another song like Messy. Room For Two shoul
  8. It all boils down from everything being a business. You put your resources on the ones you think will give you the most revenue, and unfortunately that's not what Danielle's position in BMLG currently. That doesn't mean they don't try. The bigger artists on BMLG actually covers the losses from the resources invested on their smaller artists. That's just how it works so it will actually be better for the label as a whole to have everyone succeed somehow. Everyone I know who follows the genre and BMLG closely are actually amazed that they still have Danielle on her label. BMLG drops their female
  9. You all know that I'm a big fan of Danielle too, but to be honest, there's still no song from her that when I first heard, I know that it should be a radio hit. Don't get me wrong, her songs are beautiful but nothing screams radio hit for me yet at first listen. Most of the songs are grower, not instant. Other than The Heart of Dixie, her biggest bet is still Never Have I Ever so I hope they will stick into that. Also, there are a lot of factors in getting a hit, other than having a good radio team (i'm not saying her team is good either), which is very subjective. A major one is sales and str
  10. I've probably listened to Girls In My Hometown for more than 30 times now. It's been out for a couple of hours already in my side of the world.
  11. I'm so happy that finally it debuted! @season1 do you know which radio station added it last August 24? I missed putting it on my notes.
  12. So the reason they are playing her song frequently, though mostly overnight spins, is because they'll have her on a show. I hope they don't drop this after that show because WIL-FM is really helping her with the audience increase.
  13. NHIE is having a hard time debuting on Billboard since there are close to none of the current songs leaving the chart, and a number of debuts from bigger stars the past weeks. I think this week will be our biggest chance yet to finally sneak in. Either way, the gains albeit small are already good news. For Mediabase however, with the rate things are going, the song will debut in early October.
  14. It appears on the New & Active section of Billboard and looking at its numbers, it has a chance to debut on the BB chart next week if it continues to improve. It's moving as expected, if not slightly better consider all circumstances.
  15. 5 new radio adds this week. Also debuts at #53 on Activator/Secondary chart. I think the earliest time to debut on the main chart is on September. For billboard, I hope the song can already debut next week.
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