Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” Reaches #1 On Hot Country Songs

Keith Urban [Ripcord Press Photo via UMG Nashville]

After four weeks at #1, Kenny Chesney’s “Setting The World On Fire (with P!nk)” cedes its Hot Country Songs throne.

Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” which was #2 last week, takes over the top spot.

The “Ripcord” single concurrently holds at #1 on the Country Digital Song Sales and #2 on the Country Streaming Songs subcharts. It rises to #8 on Country Airplay.

“Setting The World On Fire” slips to #2 on Hot Country Songs, while Florida Georgia Line’s “May We All (featuring Tim McGraw)” holds at #3. Cole Swindell’s “Middle Of A Memory” is stationary at #4.

Luke Bryan’s “Move,” which remains #1 on Country Airplay, stays at #5 on Hot Country Songs.

Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.,” again #1 on Country Streaming Songs, is no longer on the all-encompassing Hot Country Songs chart.

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