Lil Nas X isn’t the only one getting pushed out of country. Female country artists are being played at an all-time low on country radio. According to a recent study done in conjunction with the Women of Music Action Network in Nashville, country stations are playing women only 11.3 percent of the time. That means just one out of every ten songs about a truck are sung by a woman on country radio today. Artists with massive crossover appeal like Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood may be responsible for the slight bump since the nadir of country girls’ representation on the airwaves in 2014. Then, only 7.4 percent of country radio’s songs were by women, which Refinery 29 pointed out means you’d hear a woman sing only after 44 songs by dudes. The report found men get more of even their old songs played, which is an affront to all the Loretta and Dolly stans out there. So if you want to really want to yeehaw with your gals, it’s time for a D-I-V-O-R-C-E from R-A-D-I-O.
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