Dustin Lynch has scored his third No. 1 single in a row with his tune "Mind Reader."

Written by Rhett Atkins and Ben Hayslip, "Mind Reader" earned the top spot on both the Mediabase country charts and Billboard's Country Airplay chart. The song follows "Hell of a Night and "Where It's At" in Lynch's string of No. 1 hits; all three songs appear on the singer's sophomore album, Where It's At.

“I can't thank everyone at country radio enough for believing in me and "Mind Reader,"” says Lynch in a press release. “Next time we roll through town, we WILL celebrate, so wear your party pants!”

Lynch is currently serving as the opener, for the second year in a row, for Luke Bryan, on Bryan's 2016 Kill the Lights Tour. The Tennessee native has already watched Bryan perform many times, but he knows that there’s plenty more to learn from him.

“I watched almost every single one of his shows, from different vantage points,” Lynch explains. “I would say the No. 1 thing [I’ve learned], though, that I’ve kind of taken upon myself too hard is to be comfortable with who I am on stage, not be so absorbed in what I’m looking like or where I’m at or what I’m doing ... That’s allowed me to not take myself so serious, not be so calculated and interact more with who’s in front of me. I guess, be more present and not locked up in my head when I’m on stage.”

"Minder Reader" and the rest of Where It's At is available for download on iTunes.

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