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Miss Me More

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Kelsea Ballerini

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"Miss Me More" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini for her second studio album, Unapologetically (2017). Ballerini co-wrote the song with David Hodges and Brett McLaughlin. "Miss Me More" was released digitally on October 20, 2017 as the album's third and final promotional single, and was later serviced to American country radio on October 15, 2018 as the third and final single. Ballerini named her 2019 tour after the single.

"Miss Me More" debuted at number 28 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart dated November 11, 2017 after its digital release. The song later peaked at number seven after its release as a single. "Miss Me More" debuted at number 54 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart dated November 3, 2018. It reached the peak position of number 2 on June 9, 2019. However, the "Miss Me More" hit number 1 on the Mediabase airplay chart. The song was the first number one from a solo female artist on the chart in over 15 months, with the previous such song notably being Ballerini's own 2017 single, "Legends". It has sold 164,000 copies in the United States as of April 2019. "Miss Me More" has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. In Canada, "Miss Me More" peaked at number one the Canada Country airplay chart dated May 11, 2019, becoming her first song to top the chart in that country. The song also peaked at number 74 on the Canadian Hot 100.

An accompanying music video directed by Shane Drake premiered November 9, 2018 after being delayed by one day out of respect for the victims of the November 7 Thousand Oaks shooting. In the clip, Ballerini readies herself for a boxing match, with her opponent later being revealed to be the version of herself she became during a relationship. After the true Ballerini defeats her former self, she "reclaims her identity" and gives the camera a knowing smirk as she walks off screen.

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