Last.fm Trends: Josh Turner Becomes A Man

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joshturner Last.fm Trends: Josh Turner Becomes A Man

South Carolinian native Josh Turner released the video to his third single off of his 2010 album Haywire yesterday.

The video for “I Wouldn’t Be A Man” sees Josh coming to terms with his natural instincts and going after the woman he longs for.

Last.fm Trends takes a look at how Haywire has been scrobbling since its release on February 9th.

With 77,308 scrobbles spread across 17,488 listeners, the album still has a way to go before it reaches the heights of Your Man. The two times Platinum album, which was released in 2006, is Josh Turner’s most played album by a long way with 509,331 scrobbles.

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The scrobbles of  Haywire are so far almost entirely down to the lead single, “Why Don’t We Just Dance”. The track currently has 57,824 scrobbles whilst the rest of the album, barring the second single “All Over Me”, hover around the 5,000 scrobble mark.

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The August 2009 release date of “Why Don’t We Just Dance” as a single must be taken into account – it’s been around longer than the rest – however the fact that it remained at the top of the US Country chart for four weeks running is testimony to the track’s success.

With the release of his new video for “I Wouldn’t Be A Man”, we may well see the track start to gain more scrobbles and thus push Haywire up in Josh Turner’s top albums list.

Find out more info about Josh Turner on his Last.fm page and watch the video for “I Wouldn’t Be A Man” below.

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