As country music listeners, it's your job to help make a change. I don't care if you love Thomas Rhett, or Sam Hunt, or are in love with The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band's new singles. I get it if you are, because all of these acts create catchy, upbeat music. But they also create pop music. Please, if you have any respect for the greats that created country music, or even respect for some more recent classic stars like George Strait or the Dixie Chicks, request to hear the pop songs on pop radio instead. Sam Hunt's single "Take Your Time" was sent to pop radio as well as country. Take your requesting sprees there. Country music is always evolving, but pop stars masquerading as country is not evolving country music. Evolving country music is shown in some of the best country artists of today like Chris Stapleton, Maddie & Tae, Miranda Lambert, Mo Pitney, Kacey Musgraves, Ashley Monroe, Aubrie Sellers and more. They incorporate modern music into classic country styles. They are not pop stars. They are country. It's time for labels, artists and fans to learn the difference.