Aldean blows up chart
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
– Jason Aldean blew up the iTunes all-genre Singles chart this morning, jumping past pop Katy Perry and Flo Rida to claim the top spot with the just-released lead single Take A Little Ride
off his upcoming fifth studio album, due out later this fall.
The song was released on Monday without any pre-publicity.
"We've never come out of the box and gone to number one so quickly," said Aldean. "I added the song into my set this weekend on the road for the first time, and everything is feeling really great out there. I couldn't have asked for a better kick off for this new album. My fans are unbelievable."
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