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I still listen to NOW everyday. I love it so much 😍

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Per current media base charts, Shania's WGSTD is starting to make headroom splashing it's way into the top 50, currently holding at number 50. That is an increase of 7 spots as of right now. It has currently spun 570 times, increasing 170 from last weeks 400. Hopefully we can get this song rolling!

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Shania may be on break right now because of the holidays but she will again make an impact next year. New single, new video, new promos before she finally kick-off her Now tour.

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Per current media base charts, Shania's WGSTD is starting to make headroom splashing it's way into the top 50, currently holding at number 50. That is an increase of 7 spots as of right now. It has currently spun 570 times, increasing 170 from last weeks 400. Hopefully we can get this song rolling!


Lindsay Ell, Shania Twain Songs Debut On Mediabase Country Radio Chart

“Criminal” and “We Got Something They Don’t” officially debut on this week’s chart.

By Brian Cantor | Headline Planet | December 17, 2017

Lindsay Ell’s “Criminal” and Shania Twain’s “We Got Something They Don’t” debut on this week’s edition of the 50-track Mediabase country radio singles chart.

“Criminal,” which was below last week’s chart at #63, earns #46 this week.

The position comes courtesy of the song’s 1,750 tracking period chart points (+1,100). “Criminal” also earned 747 spins (+451) and 3.357 million audience impressions during the December 10-16 tracking week.

“We Got Something They Don’t” concurrently rises seven places to #50. It received 1,433 chart points (+413), 570 spins (+170) and 1.616 million audience impressions during the official tracking period.

http://headlineplanet.com/home/2017/12/17/lindsay-ell-shania-twain-songs-debut-mediabase-country-radio-chart/



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Shania's WGSTD falls outside the Top 50 on today's live Mediabase charts...



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Shania's WGSTD re-enters Top 50 today at #50 on country Mediabase charts. Keep requesting this song!!



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.



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"We Got Something They Don't" really deserves to be pushed, it's such a funny and chatchy song. I hope she'll sing it live on Tour, it should be amazing.

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WGSTD is moving up! Up to #49 today with 631 spins! The most spins to date!!

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Shania needs to film a music video for WGSTD for more push. Theme is like a fiesta with a band and then she should be wearing boots, short skirt with a cowgirl hat.

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Looks like a new promo for the single "We Got Something They Don't".

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"Cheers to staying strong. They gave up, but we carried on." Shania Twain, "We Got Something They Don't". https://shaniatwain.lnk.to/NOW

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***The song is still hovering around #50 on the Mediabase Country chart. Yesterday it dropped to #56. Today it's back up to #50.



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It looks like this week's Billboard charts have been delayed due to Christmas.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.



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The Year in Country 2017: "Honey, I'm Home" -- The return of Shania

ABC News Radio | December 28, 2017

Promotion leading up to the release of Shania Twain’s first studio album since 2002’s Up! promised 2017 would usher in the “Summer of Shania.” By the time NOW arrived at the end of September, the Canadian superstar had lived up to the hype.

NOW’s lead single, “Life’s About to Get Good,” proved the country/pop icon could still make music in the classic Shania vein. It even boasted a singing, dancing, beachside video that lived up to the iconic clips that helped cement Shania’s legacy in the '90s.

With her new music, Shania seemed determined to peel back the curtain to showcase the human side of this once-mysterious musical goddess. 

She spoke candidly about the vocal problems that contributed to the long delay between albums. She didn’t hesitate to admit she once thought her only musical future was as a songwriter, and believed she’d never make another record after her divorce from longtime musical collaborator Mutt Lange. Shania even revealed Prince had wanted to produce her new project prior to his death, but she simply wasn’t ready vocally at the time.

Shania made multiple high-profile appearances to promote the album. On her 52nd birthday, she kicked off the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in New York City in August, and even appearing as an exaggerated version of herself on the hip Comedy Central Show Broad City. In October, she served as a guest judge on ABC's Dancing with the Stars. In November, she was brought onstage via a husky-drawn sled to play the halftime show at The Grey Cup, the championship game of the Canadian Football League. 

Even without a hit at radio, Shania NOW still managed to debut at #1 in multiple countries around the world upon its release, topping both the country and all-genre charts in the U.S., with Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom following suit.   

Fortunately for her fans, in 2017, Shania even reconsidered her proclamation that 2015’s Rock This Country trek would be her last. The 2018 NOW Tour kicks off May 3 in Tacoma, Washington.

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Shania’s WGSTD is so back and forth right now entering and falling out of the top 50. I’m not sure how long she can can keep this going without having a push behind it somewhere. If this single fails to crack the top 40 on the country charts, it’s gonna be really hard for her to have a hit at all.

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WGSTD is currently back up to #49 on country mediabase radio charts with 654 spins, the most by the song in a week. It’s gained 260 spins since last week. Keep requesting this song!

 



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So Shania is going to be on the TBS Show "Drop The Mic" on the 9th. Any word on that? I know Tommy has posted it but simply looking for an update.

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WGSTD is currently back up to #49 on country mediabase radio charts with 654 spins, the most by the song in a week. It’s gained 260 spins since last week. Keep requesting this song!

 


 Hey Gigi. Can you provide the numbers, social media sites and where to keep requesting it? 



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.



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So Shania is going to be on the TBS Show "Drop The Mic" on the 9th. Any word on that? I know Tommy has posted it but simply looking for an update.


It's confirmed. It is listed on my DirecTV on-screen program guide. Shania will be battling Meghan Trainor. The show airs at 10:00pm ET/PT. 



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WGSTD is currently back up to #49 on country mediabase radio charts with 654 spins, the most by the song in a week. It’s gained 260 spins since last week. Keep requesting this song!

 


 Hey Gigi. Can you provide the numbers, social media sites and where to keep requesting it? 


Hi Diva! Let me get back with you on a list of stations to request the song on. In the meantime, you can call my local station, that has yet to add WGSTD to their station due to lack of traction it’s getting, but if we get more people other than myself to call, they’ll have to add the song. They play the heck out of LATGG. The number is 423-639-1831 For WIKQ. You can also call another local station of mine at 1-800-332-3697 for WXBQ.



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Can someone help me out? What is Shanias latest single in Canada? I have Yet to hear who's gonna be your girl on radio. I'm starting too think it ain't a single and if it is why ain't it climbing the Canadian country songs chart? It's such a good song



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Can someone help me out? What is Shanias latest single in Canada? I have Yet to hear who's gonna be your girl on radio. I'm starting too think it ain't a single and if it is why ain't it climbing the Canadian country songs chart? It's such a good song


You are correct. It's "Who's Gonna Be Your Girl". Just like "We Got Something They Don't" is Shania's current single here in the U.S. but it hasn't charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart either. And I doubt it will. 



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Shania’s WGSTD is staying steady today on the Mediabase chart at #49 with 603 spins. I wish her label would promote this song more than they are. It’s actually charted longer than LATGG.



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Shania’s WGSTD has fallen out of the top 50 on the country mediabase charts, and LATGG is holding steady up to #19 on the AC mediabase charts.

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For Your Information: Apparently Country 97.5 (KHCM - Honolulu, Hawaii) has added "Soldier" to their playlist rotation. However, it doesn't mean it will be a single. Radio stations occasionally add album tracks here and there.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. 3 in its fouteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. After thirteen weeks, NOW falls off the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 80 last week). Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

 

What?  It's #3 this week, #2 in pure sales--ahead of Eminem, T. Swift, P!nk, U2, etc. all of whom released after her.  Maybe you weren't expecting her so high on the list, haha.

Great she's starting the new year so well.  NOW was already the 3rd biggest album in Canada in 2017 in terms of units moved (#2 female); it was 14th on the charts (#1 female).  Overall, Shania was the 2nd biggest albums artist behind only Ed Sheeran.  In terms of overall units she managed to sell 2x Platinum "worth" of albums last year alone.

Here in the U.S. she continues to perform wonderfully in pure sales, hitting #18 this week--her 14th consecutive week on the charts.  The Billboard charts modified their methodology years ago in order to cater to younger artists, thus it is nearly impossible to hit and remain in the T10 without strong streaming numbers.

All in All... Go Shan-Shan!!  wink



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. 3 in its fouteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 20): After re-entering the Billboard 200 last week at No. 99 in its seventh week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW also falls off Billboard Top Country Albums chart after re-entering the chart last week at No. 12 in its twelfth week. After fourteen weeks, NOW falls off on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 3 last week). Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" holds at No. 58 in its seventh week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its twentieth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.



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Will there be anymore single releases maybe more music videos and live TV performances? This promotion of the latest singles has been pretty boring. Any thoughts??



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I think her label might release one more single (maybe a music video). Probably before the tour starts in May. But like the others, it won't do anything on the charts. There just aren't any "radio hits" on this album. As far as more TV performances, don't count on it. Promotion for this album is pretty much over and dead.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. 3 in its fouteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 20): After re-entering the Billboard 200 last week at No. 99 in its seventh week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW also falls off Billboard Top Country Albums chart after re-entering the chart last week at No. 12 in its twelfth week. After fourteen weeks, NOW falls off on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 3 last week). Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" holds at No. 58 in its seventh week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its twentieth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 27): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 35 in its thirteenth week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Canadian Albums chart at No. 27 in its fifteenth week. After seven weeks, "We Got Something They Don't" falls off the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart (No. 58 last week). Meanwhile, after twenty weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart (No. 21 last week).



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An interview with country music's sweetheart.

By Meredith Heil | Lenny Letter | January 26, 2018

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Shania Twain is nothing short of a force. Thanks in part to her 1997 blockbuster Come on Over, the 52-year-old Canadian sweetheart remains the highest-selling female country artist in history. And despite charting an insanely rocky course since her last release fifteen years ago — a high-profile divorce that was all over the tabloids and a battle with Lyme disease that led to a debilitating vocal-cord disorder, which she's overcome through years of therapy — the queen has still managed to come out on top.

Her newest album, aptly titled Now, is a true departure from her "Let's go girls" days. Gone (but not entirely forgotten) is Come on Over's cheeky flirtation with '90s girl-power feminism — the smirks, the loud patterns, the brazen declarations of independence set against a fun, pop-driven backdrop — and in its place is a sense of mature introspection. The album is a deeper look at the artist not as an icon but as an honest-to-goodness human. With each song, whether they're gritty guitar jams, upbeat country numbers, measured self-reflections, or, oftentimes, a mix of all three, Now pensively chronicles hardship, growth, triumph, and the kind of bootstrapping endurance seen only in the far reaches of northeastern Ontario.

From her current home in the sunny Bahamas, Twain filled me in on getting through some of her hardest years, staying positive, and avoiding karaoke at all costs.

Meredith Heil: Spending time with this new album, what strikes me the most is that it's such a journey — all these ups and downs and twists and turns. Tell me about that experience.

Shania Twain: This album really was a journey through a transition that took longer than I expected. At the beginning, there's a lot of pain. Then I start reflecting, spinning in circles, and then optimism — survival, really — kicks in, and we're celebrating the light at the end of the tunnel. Every song on the album reflects at least one of those three parts: self-discovery, self-healing, and recovery. I'm not sure I'll ever write an album like this again. It was a very unique period in my life.

Even in the lowest moments, all of these emotions were there. Some of the songs have more of a melancholy lyric, but then the music's all trippy. "Life's About to Get Good" is the perfect example. The verses couldn't be darker, but there's also this contrast. When I was in that place, I was grasping on to any glimmer of optimism, clinging to that. And when I got to the other side, I was still reflecting on the ****ty moments. It's almost as if they couldn't live without each other.

MH: What does self-care look like for you?

ST: Time. I'm very protective of "me time." I like my isolation. To me, songwriting is one of those very indulgent times where I've got the perfect excuse to be alone because that's the way I focus best creatively.

Cooking is another. I love making cake, bread, soup, casseroles, all the comfort foods. When I'm bored or inspired — either one — I go to the kitchen, see what's in the fridge, and just start creating.

MH: Was there one track that was really tough to write? One that just kind of fell onto the page?

ST: "More Fun" was a song I wrote in one afternoon. I had the flu and was feeling sorry for myself because it was so beautiful out and there was a great baseball game in town, and I'm like, I would do anything to get out there and go to that game and just enjoy this day. And then I thought, I don't have time to be sick. I need more fun in my life because when I'm not sick, I'm working, and so when I'm not working, I want to be doing something that's just play. That song was about recognizing that we need to have as much fun as we can in our lives, and it was born really, really quickly.

One of the songs that took the longest was "I'm Alright," which is actually a perfect example of coming out of the darkness, overcoming negativity, self-defeat, and self-doubt. It progressed and took on different meanings over time. Sometimes getting down to the true meaning of a song for you, the writer, just takes time. You have to live with it for a while.

MH: I want to talk about how different Now is than your older work. There's a real vulnerability here; it's more personal. Can you speak to that?

ST: At the time of Come on Over, I was really enjoying writing with a sense of humor about the tensions between the sexes, sharing my point of view with attitude, and not apologizing for it. It was a really fun, naturally expressive time. And now my optimism is coming out more as gratitude and positivity, choosing to see the bright side, fighting for that bright side, knowing that it's there, and refusing to let go, refusing to stay in the dark.

MH: But at the same time, Come on Over is so current. I can't help but think about "If You Wanna Touch Her, Ask" with everything that's going on in terms of sexual harassment. Did you think twenty years ago, when you wrote that song, that it would be just as relevant now?

ST: You know, I think these issues are timeless and these problems have been here forever. I wrote that song from my own experience, and it's a statement we shouldn't, in this day and age, still have to make. I mean, we've come so far with equality, but the norms need to change in order for everything else to follow. But until we do that, it's just going to carry on.

I would say, though, I think it's good that we're talking more about it. Maybe only certain people would've related to that song at the time, and now that these issues are so much more at the forefront, it feels like it could be empowering for a much wider range of people.

MH: I agree. Speaking of reaching a wider range of people, you're famous for being one of country music's original crossover artists. Can you talk about your musical influences and how you think crossover music, especially when it comes to country, has become such a thing?

ST: The music I grew up with has influenced all the songs I've ever written. The Beatles, the Carpenters, Gordon Lightfoot, and other folk artists — that's the bank I'll tap into for the rest of my life. But I'm also really inspired by where music has gone since I was last making records.

Artists from most genres listen to a big cross section of music. I spent my teens listening to Foreigner and Def Leppard, but as a child it was Karen Carpenter and Linda Ronstadt and Johnny Cash. Regardless of what type of artist you are, you're also very influenced by other things that you're listening to and enjoy, even if that's not who you are. So you start getting these cross-pollinations, culturally and artistically. Country's just seeing a real evolution right now.

MH: In my circles, at least, your catalog is in heavy karaoke rotation. What's your go-to karaoke song?

ST: I avoid karaoke at all costs, actually … I'm just really bad at it. You never know what key it's gonna be in, and it's always a strange, funky mix, which irritates me. Maybe I take it too seriously? I do have a lot of fun watching other people sing karaoke.

MH: You've also crossed over into acting. I'm dying to ask about your Broad City cameo.

ST: Pure fun! The whole crew, they're very talented. I loved that whole comical side of things, just making fun of myself — it was an opportunity to be myself but with less inhibitions.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

Meredith Heil is a freelance journalist based in Brooklyn. Her karaoke song is "Boys of Summer" by Don Henley. Find her at meredithheil.com.

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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. 3 in its fouteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 20): After re-entering the Billboard 200 last week at No. 99 in its seventh week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW also falls off Billboard Top Country Albums chart after re-entering the chart last week at No. 12 in its twelfth week. After fourteen weeks, NOW falls off on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 3 last week). Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" holds at No. 58 in its seventh week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its twentieth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 27): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 35 in its thirteenth week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Canadian Albums chart at No. 27 in its fifteenth week. After seven weeks, "We Got Something They Don't" falls off the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart (No. 58 last week). Meanwhile, after twenty weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart (No. 21 last week).


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of February 3): After re-entering the Billboard Top Country Albums last week at No. 35 in its thirteenth week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW falls 66 spots to No. 93 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart.



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Tommy, is there any single at all, you think, that could impact country radio ASAP ahead of her NOW tour? I’m thinking “Home Now” and is it it possible she will rerelease “SWMEC” to country radio for the summer?

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Tommy, is there any single at all, you think, that could impact country radio ASAP ahead of her NOW tour? I’m thinking “Home Now” and is it it possible she will rerelease “SWMEC” to country radio for the summer?


Unfortunately, as I've said before, there aren't any "Country radio" hits on this album. There just isn't. As for re-releasing "SWMEC", I highly doubt it since it was actually canceled as a single even after the music video was released. The song was released on iTunes, etc on August 18 and the video wasn't released until September 29. Two weeks later the "SWMEC" single was canceled in favor of "We Got Something They Don't" which never made it to the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.



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BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 21): Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 6 spots No. 18 in its tenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The songs also re-enters the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 44. ("LATGG" debuted at No. 33 on July 8 and spent one week on the Hot Country Songs chart.)


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of October 28): After debuting at No. 1 last week, Shania's new album NOW plummets 28 spots to No. 29 in its second week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 3 in its second week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 19 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 4): Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. 62 in its third week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 6 spots to No. 9 in its third week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 7 in its third week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 20 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 11): Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. 74 in its fourth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 1 spot to No. 10 in its fourth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. 9 in its fourth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 20 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 18): Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. 126 in its fifth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 7 spots to No. 17 in its fifth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. 19 in its fifth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 21 in its fourteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of November 25): Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No. 152 in its sixth week on the Billboard 200 chart. The album falls 10 spots to No. 27 in its sixth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. 23 in its sixth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its fifteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 2): Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. After six weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard 200 chart (No. 152 last week). The album falls 15 spots to No. 42 in its seventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. 10 in its seventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 1 spot to No. 22 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 9): After debuting last week at No. 7, Shania's new duet with Nick Jonas, "Say All You Want For Christmas", falls off the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales Top 50 chart. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. 43 in its eighth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 25 spots to No. 35 in its eighth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "Life's About To Get Good" falls 8 spots to No. 30 in its seventeenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 16): Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. 35 in its ninth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. 13 in its ninth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" debuts at No. 59 on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. After seventeen weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart (No. 30 last week). ***It looks like Shania's Grey Cup halftime performance last week gave a boost to NOW sales in Canada and the U.S..


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 23): Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. 49 in its tenth week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW falls 3 spots to No. 16 in its tenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 2 spots to No. 57 in its second week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of December 30): Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. 31 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. 13 in its eleventh week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 4 spots to No. 53 in its third week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 3): After eleven weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (No. 31 last week). NOW falls 28 spots to No. 41 in its twelfth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 1 spot to No. 52 in its fourth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 6): Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. 80 in its thirteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" climbs 5 spots to No. 47 in its fifth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" re-enters the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 30 chart at No. 25 in its eighteenth week.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 13): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 99 in its seventh week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 12 in its twelfth week. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. 3 in its fouteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" falls 11 spots to No. 58 in its sixth week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" climbs 4 spots to No. 21 in its nineteenth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 20): After re-entering the Billboard 200 last week at No. 99 in its seventh week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW also falls off Billboard Top Country Albums chart after re-entering the chart last week at No. 12 in its twelfth week. After fourteen weeks, NOW falls off on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 3 last week). Meanwhile, "We Got Something They Don't" holds at No. 58 in its seventh week on the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart. "Life's About To Get Good" holds at No. 21 in its twentieth week on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of January 27): Shania's new album NOW re-enters the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at No. 35 in its thirteenth week. NOW also re-enters the Billboard Canadian Albums chart at No. 27 in its fifteenth week. After seven weeks, "We Got Something They Don't" falls off the Billboard Country Airplay radio chart (No. 58 last week). Meanwhile, after twenty weeks, "Life's About To Get Good" falls off the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart (No. 21 last week).


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of February 3): After re-entering the Billboard Top Country Albums last week at No. 35 in its thirteenth week, Shania's new album NOW falls back off this week's chart. NOW falls 66 spots to No. 93 in its sixteenth week on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart.


BILLBOARD UPDATE (week of February 10): After sixteen weeks, Shania's new album NOW falls off the Billboard Canadian Albums chart (No. 93 last week). ***Album-wise and single-wise, NOW is currently completely off the U.S. and Canadian Billboard charts.



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So sad this era is already over...
So many opportunities sent in the garbage: HOME NOW should be a serious single/video release, with WHO'S GONNA BE YOUR GIRL followin'...

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Who's Gonna Be Your Girl should have been released and heavily prompted. It has hit potential but it did not do well in Canada as a single partly because it was not promoted. I'd be very surprised if we even get another single and music video from the album.



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Her next album will be out when?



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I'd say 2020 or 2021. Or 2017 + 15 = 2032. biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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