Elle King’s “Ex’s and Oh’s,” Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down” Reach Hot 100’s Top 40

Elle King’s alternative crossover “Ex’s and Oh’s” and Luke Bryan’s country hit “Strip It Down” are officially inside the Top 40 on the all-genre, all-encompassing Billboard Hot 100.

Up twelve places, King’s tune earns a new peak of #34 on the chart. It concurrently rises to peaks of #16 on Digital Songs and #25 on Radio Songs.

Bryan’s second “Kill The Lights” single, meanwhile, enjoys a nine-place lift to #40. It also advances to a peak of #18 on Digital Songs and a high of #32 on Radio Songs.

Written by Brian Cantor

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