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Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” Stays #1 on Hot Country; Blake Shelton Jumps To #2

Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here,” which last week dethroned Thomas Rhett’s long-reigning “Die A Happy Man,” retains the #1 position on this week’s Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

In conjunction with its leadership position on the all-encompassing listing, “You Should Be Here” improves to #2 on Country Airplay, rises to #3 on Country Streaming Songs, and holds at #5 on Country Digital Songs.

Blake Shelton’s “Came Here To Forget,” which debuted at #6 on last week’s Hot Country Songs chart based on an abbreviated first week of availability, improves to #2 in conjunction with its first full week in the market. “Came Here To Forget” concurrently retains #1 on Country Digital, debuts at #14 on Country Streaming and rises to #16 on Country Airplay.

The aforementioned “Die A Happy Man” (#3, -1), Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk On Your Love” (#4, =) and Zac Brown Band’s “Beautiful Drug” (#5, +2) complete the Hot Country Songs Top 5.

“Beautiful Drug” is #1 on this week’s Country Airplay chart, while “Die A Happy Man” leads Country Streaming.

Brian Cantor

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