This week, Cam becomes the first female solo act since Priscilla Block last fall to have Mediabase’s most-added country single. “Till There’s Nothing Left” picks up 19 reporting stations, leading Callista Clark’s “It’s ‘Cause I Am,” Luke Combs’ “Forever After All” and Russell Dickerson’s “Home Sweet,” each of which had 14 adds.
“It’s always a marathon, never a sprint,” Triple Tigers SVP of Promotion Kevin Herring tells Country Insider. That said, Herring adds, “We’ve got a huge litmus test, which gives us a lot of confidence.”
“Till There’s Nothing Left” was one of SiriusXM The Highway’s 30 most-played currents last year, spinning it nearly 1,200 times, and it already has 23 million streams. “I’ve been telling radio, ‘We walked on the ice for you. We know this is a hit,” Herring says. “You don’t get 1,200 spins at SiriusXM, you don’t get this kind of consumption, this kind of reaction to a song unless it’s legitimate.”
“Till There’s Nothing Left” is the first record by a solo female act to get the most-added designation since last fall, when Miranda Lambert’s “Settling Down,” Carly Pearce’s “Next Girl” and Priscilla Block’s “Just About Over You” reached the milestone on consecutive weeks. The last time solo women held the top two spots was in July 2020, when Lindsay Ell “wAnt me back” and Danielle Bradbery’s “Never Have I Ever” did it.
“Being most-added is a great talking point, and we’ll scream from the mountain top about that,” Herring says. “It’ll get some attention and hopefully help us. The bottom line is, once the record gets on the radio, it has to help us, it has to start consuming.”