Megan Moroney Scores Very First #1 Single At Country Radio With “Tennessee Orange”

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Her very first Platinum single is now her very first #1 single on the country radio charts.

Megan Moroney scored her first chart-topping hit this weekend with her fan-favorite song “Tennessee Orange,” as it peaked at the top of the Mediabase chart (one of two labels use to officially track their songs performance):

Of course, the song first blew up over on TikTok, and after it helped land Moroney a record deal with Sony, was officially pushed to radio as her debut single.

A co-write by Megan, Ben Williams, David Fanning and Paul Jenkins, she sings about falling for a guy who’s seemingly converted her into a Tennessee Volunteers fan, as she admits she’s now wearing “Tennessee Orange for him,” and even finds herself going to games at Neyland stadium.

On top of that, seeing as she’s a diehard Georgia Bulldogs fan, he has her committing the most egregious of sins that her daddy would never approve of, like “learning the words to ol ‘Rocky Top,’” and even forgetting that she’s “always looked better in red.”

And since the song first took off, Meg signed her first record deal with Sony and put out her debut record Lucky in May.

A huge congratulations to Megan on her first #1 hit, and here’s to many more in her future.

“Tennessee Orange”

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