Dylan Scott Secures Fourth No. 1 Single With Platinum Certified, ‘Can’t Have Mine’
“Thank you, Jesus,” the country star shared upon hearing the news.
Dylan Scott; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Dylan Scott has officially topped both the Mediabase and Billboard charts with his song “Can’t Have Mine,” marking his fourth No. 1 single on country radio.
Upon hearing the news, the country star took to social media to share in the excitement with fans through an adorable video filmed with two of his older kids – a son Beckett Scott and a daughter Finley Gray, both of which he shares with his wife, Blair Robinson.
“I got something to tell y’all,” he said looking to his two kids, “I got the number one country song in America.”
When asked what they thought about that accomplishment, the young ones kept stoic faces as they each gave a lackluster “good.” However, Scott didn’t accept that response and he quickly boosted their excitement by picking them up and reiterating the fact that he “got the number one country song in America!” This caused a much more excited reaction filled with screams of joy and laughter.
Scott shared just as much excitement in the caption as he wrote, “Can’t Have Mine is officially the #1 song in America! Thank you Jesus!!”
The multi-platinum Curb Records recording artist also made sure to give a shoutout to the songwriters who helped bring this tune to life.
In addition to hitting the top of the charts, “Can’t Have Mine (Find You A Girl)” recently earned an RIAA Platinum Certification. This feat marks the Louisiana native’s fourth RIAA certification he has received in this year alone and adds to his collection of eight million RIAA Certified units over seven singles and one album.
This song appears on Scott’s sophomore album, Livin’ My Best Life, and finds him crooning over his love for his wife, Blair, whom he recently welcomed a third child with – a son named Barron.
Throughout the mid-tempo track, Scott pours his heart out as he recounts all the best qualities of his other half. The soft guitar strums elevate his twang-filled vocals that offer a bit of advice when it comes to seeking out “the one” while also stressing the fact that despite how wonderful he makes his wife sound, she isn’t up for grabs.
“Find you a girl that leaves you speechless / Gets wild on the town but still loves Jesus / One that’s worth the wait even when she ain’t on time / Find you a girl that loves her daddy / And talkin’ ’bout babies makes her happy / Yeah, take it from me, that’s the kind you need to find / You just can’t have mine,” Scott delivers on the love-filled chorus.
This set of milestone news comes hot on the heels of Dylan Scott’s latest release, “I’ll Be A Bartender.” This song takes on a different approach as it adds to his collection of party-starting anthems. Written by Rocky Block, John Byron, Grady Block, and Jordan Dozzi and produced by Block and Jacob Durrett, “I’ll Be A Bartender” serves up a run of effortlessly smooth vocals Scott’s signature pop-country sound. He delivers a much-needed heartbreak remedy by attempting to help an ex move on from a broken heart. First, he offers a shoulder to cry on, and then he tries another method of numbing the pain with a bit of bourbon
Scott sings, “I’ll be a bartender, stir it on up / Mix some move-on up in your cup / And be your broken heart mender, make it alright / Put some bourbon in your hurtin’ on ice / I ain’t got the neon, or smoke in a room / But if you need a drink as bad as I need you / Baby, I’ll be a bartender / I’ll be a bartendеr.”
Fans can catch Dylan Scott showcasing these songs and more fan-favorites during his headlining This Town’s Been Too Good To Us Tour. This trek kicked off in October and features stops in 15 cities such as Richmond, VA, Orlando, FL, Portland, ME and more.
Joining Scott on the road are special guests Matt Schuster and Tayler Holder.
His last two dates will take place in Boston, MA on December 1 and Syreville, NJ on December 2.
Click HERE for a full list of Dylan Scott’s upcoming shows.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.