Kane Brown’s “Heaven,” Chris Stapleton’s “Broken Halos” Enter Top 50 On Hot 100

Two country hits rise on this week’s edition of the Hot 100.

Kane Brown at the CMA Awards | ABC/Image Group LA

Chris Stapleton’s “Broken Halos” was #53 on last week’s Billboard Hot 100. Kane Brown’s “Heaven” was #54.

This week, both songs move into the Top 50.

“Heaven” improves to #44, while “Broken Halos” hits #49.

Both songs are faring well from a sales standpoint. “Broken Halos” is also nearing the top of the country radio chart, while “Heaven” is performing particularly well on the streaming front.

“Heaven” follows “What Ifs” as Kane Brown’s second Top 50 on the Hot 100. It is the third such hit for Stapleton, whose previous Top 50 hits include the Justin Timberlake collaboration “Say Something” (#9 peak) and “Tennessee Whiskey” (#20 peak).

Written by Brian Cantor

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