Kenny Chesney’s “Setting The World On Fire (with P!nk)” now ranks as America’s hottest country song.
Up one spot from last week’s position, “Fire” claims #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It seizes the throne from Artists Of Then, Now & Forever’s “Forever Country,” which sinks to #15 after two weeks on top.
In addition to claiming #1 on Hot Country Songs, “Fire” returns to #1 on Country Digital Song Sales (+2). It holds at #3 on Country Airplay (but enjoys a week-to-week gain in airplay; it is also receiving substantial support at Hot AC radio) and rises two places to #9 on Country Streaming Songs.
Up three places, Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” takes #2 on Hot Country Songs. Billy Currington’s “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” holds at #3 on Hot Country Songs (and at #1 on Country Airplay), while Cole Swindell’s “Middle Of A Memory” rises three places to #4.
Down one spot, Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.” is #5 on Hot Country Songs. It concurrently holds at #1 on Country Streaming Songs.