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Modern country pop

Most popular artists in Modern country pop

This chart is based on the monthly listeners metric for all artists tagged with the genre modern country pop by Spotify. It may contain some errors or some data may not be up to date. You can check the artist profile to update data if necessary.

# Artist Monthly Listeners Followers
1
11,446,997
162,360
2
11,251,859
1,173,460
3
11,174,451
987,672
4
9,841,016
1,311,776
5
9,685,518
972,769
6
7,975,497
679,911
7
7,922,867
725,654
8
7,872,422
337,812
9
7,091,243
163,525
10
7,059,928
719,373
11
6,594,119
323,082
12
6,296,394
777,863
13
Tucker Wetmore
6,244,293
155,654
14
Dylan Gossett
5,464,019
231,649
15
5,238,326
358,137
16
5,233,608
188,231
17
5,077,532
111,245
18
4,726,328
492,387
19
4,662,988
114,954
20
Oliver Anthony Music
4,614,608
838,994
21
4,427,691
278,588
22
4,156,994
163,936
23
Tyler Braden
3,805,736
110,756
24
3,575,772
86,618
25
3,513,831
89,677
26
3,324,342
266,007
27
3,162,421
168,773
28
Treaty Oak Revival
3,027,490
192,207
29
2,986,458
139,214
30
2,973,630
70,637
31
2,900,842
221,846
32
2,832,228
143,290
33
2,700,478
92,313
34
2,641,244
73,617
35
2,573,138
111,595
36
Redferrin
2,422,079
42,634
37
2,404,538
140,207
38
2,300,591
447,660
39
2,293,769
145,109
40
2,291,534
117,666
41
Avery Anna
2,102,941
118,415
42
2,008,356
72,523
43
1,987,792
206,150
44
Gavin Adcock
1,985,178
127,207
45
1,968,406
127,689
46
1,954,790
85,557
47
1,954,120
103,080
48
1,951,493
169,924
49
1,866,334
83,006
50
1,802,320
94,947
51
Austin Snell
1,784,182
72,172
52
Owen Riegling
1,697,677
16,480
53
1,680,866
73,675
54
1,645,631
82,078
55
1,545,509
124,936
56
Colby Acuff
1,465,251
109,142
57
Brian Kelley
1,445,038
34,288
58
Austin Williams
1,420,132
79,533
59
Drew Green
1,336,457
57,153
60
1,316,709
90,176
61
1,303,679
72,088
62
1,232,408
109,541
63
Matt Mason
1,183,684
78,259
64
Kelsey Hart
1,172,415
41,740
65
Tigirlily Gold
1,133,516
37,607
66
Jackson Dean
1,126,208
71,484
67
Hayden Coffman
1,110,640
52,659
68
Dylan Schneider
1,102,908
214,696
69
Jay Webb
1,075,271
114,123
70
1,054,025
308,659
71
Sean Stemaly
1,040,576
69,531
72
Restless Road
1,030,393
169,350
73
981,178
130,738
74
Logan Michael
971,597
99,967
75
Luke Grimes
931,727
100,406
76
Alexandra Kay
814,361
251,211
77
Adam Doleac
801,647
77,750
78
Drew Baldridge
799,366
98,757
79
Spencer Crandall
770,798
157,855
80
Erin Kinsey
769,864
137,648
81
Justin Champagne
762,593
83,011
82
David J
732,464
83,208
83
728,379
61,314
84
Troy Cartwright
701,196
58,370
85
Julia Cole
649,466
74,713
86
Sam Grow
636,994
32,196
87
Elvie Shane
635,259
35,963
88
612,323
43,039
89
George Birge
601,061
26,532
90
Drew Jacobs
591,041
107,221
91
Drayton Farley
578,865
72,756
92
577,045
32,014
93
Canaan Cox
537,274
46,669
94
Lily Rose
514,524
101,074
95
Hueston
509,254
30,789
96
503,774
13,663
97
Karley Scott Collins
498,034
48,134
98
Lakeview
496,406
67,178
99
Chase McDaniel
496,003
141,681
100
Eddie And The Getaway
477,613
58,652
101
Graham Barham
453,106
43,185
102
Noah Hicks
431,702
31,501
103
Lauren Watkins
431,627
17,725
104
Carter Faith
427,363
30,598
105
Kyle Clark
393,485
32,439
106
Ryan Waters Band
374,490
81,311
107
Mackenzie Carpenter
355,883
13,544
108
Sophia Scott
347,817
66,613
109
Tyler Booth
345,447
45,417
110
Austin Burke
335,093
63,076
111
Drew Parker
328,927
36,840
112
Sammy Arriaga
286,064
65,580
113
Kaylee Rose
281,935
53,739
114
Robyn Ottolini
277,264
38,775
115
Dillon Carmichael
274,271
61,055
116
271,410
46,019
117
Cody Hibbard
262,881
21,595
118
Brandon Davis
256,609
85,029
119
Colten Jesse
243,079
34,297
120
Ryan Griffin
219,632
51,519
121
Kelsey Lamb
219,297
30,685
122
Riley Thomas
218,786
9,353
123
Roman Alexander
209,608
23,769
124
Greylan James
201,276
18,895
125
Todd Cameron
184,958
30,383
126
Bryan Andrews
184,052
84,370
127
Madeline Edwards
177,207
17,375
128
Trevor Martin
171,430
13,649
129
Rayne Johnson
140,424
17,082
130
Austin Michael
133,864
11,383
131
Taylor Edwards
131,105
18,020
132
Manny Blu
123,389
11,913
133
Andrew Jannakos
123,243
71,135
134
Dylan Wolfe
123,227
48,059
135
Abbey Cone
122,387
9,030
136
Justin Holmes
117,481
9,538
137
Britnee Kellogg
104,270
40,739
138
Mason Horne
103,634
17,731
139
Callista Clark
94,060
16,384
140
Jaden Hamilton
85,599
22,032
141
MaRynn Taylor
77,404
7,846
142
Chris Ruediger
73,173
26,310
143
Chris Moreno
71,145
21,797
144
Peytan Porter
59,723
9,732
145
FINMAR
57,423
11,640
146
Brian Fuller
48,635
8,295
147
Clayton Shay
48,088
8,098
148
Kat & Alex
47,295
27,073
149
Eric Burgett
38,947
20,966
150
Griffen Palmer
37,614
4,510
151
Amanda Jordan
32,798
7,873
152
Johnny Dailey
28,336
5,249
153
Zack Dyer
22,196
1,713
154
Pierre Alexander
14,767
2,738
155
After Midtown
9,269
5,671
156
Ace A Millie
1,913
1,460

Some info about modern country pop

Modern country pop, a vibrant fusion of traditional country music elements with pop sensibilities, represents a dynamic and widely appealing genre in today's music landscape. Rooted in the heartland themes and acoustic sounds of classic country, this genre stretches the boundaries by incorporating pop-style production, catchy hooks, and a broader, more polished vocal presentation. The result is a sound that's both universally relatable and distinctly American, a bridge between heart-wrenching ballads and upbeat tracks that can dominate mainstream radio charts.

The genesis of modern country pop can be traced back to the 1970s and 1980s when artists like Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers began to blend traditional country music with pop elements, achieving massive commercial success. This trend continued and evolved through the 1990s with artists such as Shania Twain and Garth Brooks, who not only embraced pop elements in their productions but also achieved unprecedented international acclaim, thereby setting the stage for the next generations.

Entering the 2000s, the genre saw a significant transformation as artists like Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood emerged. Swift, in particular, played a pivotal role in reshaping the genre. Her early albums, such as "Fearless" and "Speak Now," were crafted with a perfect mix of country sincerity and pop glitter, helping to attract a younger audience to the genre. Carrie Underwood, with her powerful vocals and emotive songs, continued to endear the genre to fans of traditional country music while appealing to pop audiences.

Today, modern country pop thrives with artists like Kacey Musgraves, who brings a unique blend of minimalist country and pop with thoughtful, emotionally complex lyrics. Sam Hunt, another prominent figure in the genre, uses elements from R&B and hip-hop, illustrating the genre’s versatility and its ability to adapt to contemporary trends. Artists like Dan + Shay and Florida Georgia Line have also been significant, often collaborating with musicians from other genres to create hits that appeal to a broad audience, further blurring the lines between country and pop music.

Geographically, while modern country pop is most popular in the United States, particularly in the Southern and Midwestern regions, its appeal has spread globally. Countries like Australia, Canada, and parts of Europe have embraced the genre, resonating particularly well in areas with strong cultural ties to traditional country music values such as family, love, and simple life pleasures.

The allure of modern country pop also lies in its live performances, characterized by a mix of intimate acoustic sets and high-energy spectacles with elaborate staging and visual effects typical of pop concerts. This blend of performance styles has made country music festivals and concerts hugely popular, drawing diverse crowds who are united in their love for storytelling infused with catchy rhythms and relatable themes.

In its essence, modern country pop is more than just a musical genre; it’s a cultural phenomenon that continues to tell the American story while simultaneously adapting to the broader, global narrative. It invites listeners from all walks of life to find something relatable—be it the melody, the lyrics, or just the sheer joy of the music itself. This universal appeal ensures that modern country pop will remain a significant force in the music industry for years to come.