Dylan Scott Celebrates His 4th No. 1 Hit With ‘Can’t Have Mine’

Dylan Scott is back on top again. The 33-year-old is celebrating his fourth career No. 1 hit, with “Can’t Have Mine (Find You A Girl).” The song, from Scott’s 2022 Livin’ My Best Life album, was written by Scott, along with Josh Melton, Dallas Wilson and Matt Alderman, and inspired by Scott’s wife, Blair.

Scott shared the exciting news on social media.

Scott is seemingly on a roll right now. His previous single, “New Truck,” was also a chart-topping single for him as well.

“It’s about a guy who gets in his truck after being in a relationship with this girl, and he’s still seeing memories of the past and the things they did,” Scott told American Songwriter, speaking of “New Truck.” “The lyrics talk about finding her chapstick or ponytail holder, and the only way to get away from that is to get a new truck. So it’s a pretty cool spin on it. And, I think it’s very relatable to everybody.”

Scott’s debut single, “Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy,” was released in 2013. The Louisiana native has had several hit singles since then, including “My Girl,” which became his first No.1 hit, “Nobody” and more. Although Scott has written some, but not all, of his music, his first goal was to be the one on stage, not necessarily the one in the writing room.

“I am first and foremost, an artist,” Scott explained. “When I moved to town, I started writing music and fell in love with it. But there are too many great songs in this town to overlook by writing every song on your album.”

“I have to find stuff that’s relatable to me, and ‘New Truck’ [was] one of those. It relates to my life, so why try to write something else when I could just record this great song?” he added.

Scott was recently celebrated for another hit single, this one at Christian radio. The father of three earned a Dove Award for Bluegrass/Country/Roots Recorded Song of the Year, for “Good Morning Mercy,” his collaboration with Jason Crabb. The two became fast friends, and collaborators, after a chance meeting while they were both getting their hair cut one day.

“I’m continually amazed at how God has used ‘Good Morning Mercy’ to encourage and inspire people,” Crabb said after the duo’s big win. “It’s a blessing to hear story after story on how the message in this song has impacted so many. Winning this with Dylan Scott, who has become a dear friend, is special. Who’d have ever thought a chance meeting getting our hair cut would turn into this – only God!”

Scott has plenty of dates on his calendar over the next several months. Find all of Scott’s music and tour dates at DylanScottCountry.com.