In addition to scoring a third week atop Billboard’s all-encompassing Hot Country Songs chart, Cole Swindell’s smash “You Should Be Here” rises to the apex of one of the three key subcharts.
Thanks to a format-leading audience impression count of 43.842 million, “Here” rises one place to #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.
The move results in a split between the two key country radio charts; while Swindell’s tune is #1 on the Billboard chart, Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk On Your Love” leads the Mediabase’s corresponding country radio singles chart.
Along with radio activity, the aforementioned Hot Country Songs chart accounts for sales and streaming. “You Should Be Here” holds at #5 on Country Digital Songs (sales) and #3 on Country Streaming Songs.
Up two places, Elredge’s “Drunk” takes #2 on this week’s Hot Country Songs chart. Thomas Rhett’s “Die A Happy Man” stays at #3, while Tim McGraw’s “Humble And Kind” enjoys a four-place lift to #4. Maren Morris’ “My Church” rises one place to return to its #5 peak.
“Humble And Kind” concurrently takes #1 on Country Digital Songs; “Die A Happy Man” is #1 on Country Streaming.