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Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson hit No. 1 on country radio with ‘Save Me’

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Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson’s duet, “Save Me”, has hit the No.1 spot at country radio, earning 60 first-week adds on stations around the country. Additionally, the song has officially risen to the top of Billboard’s Country Airplay charts, marking Jelly Roll’s third No.1 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart and Wilson’s fourth.

Jelly Roll originally recorded “Save Me,” co-written by Jelly Roll (real name Jason DeFord) alongside David Ray Stevens, as a solo single for his 2020 album, Self Medicated. He re-released it as a duet with Wilson following their surprise performance of the song at the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards.

The new reimagined version of “Save Me” featuring Wilson appears on Jelly Roll’s latest album, WHITSITT CHAPEL, which dropped on June 2, 2023. WHITSITT CHAPEL, which is named after the church that Jelly Roll grew up attending, features 13 tracks, including his current single “NEED A FAVOR” and the previously released tracks, “SHE” and “Unalive.”

Jelly Roll And Lainey Wilson Score #1 Hit As “Save Me” Tops The Country Radio Charts

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