Kane Brown’s “Heaven” Remains #1 At Country Radio

Kane Brown’s “Heaven” spends a second week atop the country radio chart.

Kane on The Voice | Trae Patton/NBC

Last week, Kane Brown’s “Heaven” reached #1 on the Mediabase country radio singles chart.

This week, it retains that crown.

In addition to ruling for chart points, “Heaven” spends a second week as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and most heard song for the May 13-19 tracking period.

It received ~9,011 spins (+102) and ~61.572 million audience impressions.

Up one place, Luke Combs’ “One Number Away” grabs the runner-up spot on this week’s chart. Darius Rucker’s “For The First Time” rises one place to #3, while Jason Aldean’s former #1 drops two notches to #4.

Dierks Bentley’s “Woman, Amen” holds steady in the #5 position.

Written by Brian Cantor

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