Thomas Rhett’s “Life Changes” Claims #1 At Country Radio

“Life Changes” reaches #1 on this week’s country radio chart.

Thomas Rhett by John Shearer | Press Photo via The Green Room PR

“Life Changes,” the title track from Thomas Rhett’s most recent album, becomes his latest #1 at country radio.

Up one place, “Life Changes” rises to the pinnacle of this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart. It seizes the throne from Jason Aldean’s “Drowns The Whiskey (featuring Miranda Lambert),” which falls to #3 after a single week on top.

Not simply the leader in Mediabase chart points, “Life Changes” ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and most heard song for the August 26-September 1 tracking period.

It received ~8,872 spins (+1,017) and ~54.14 million audience impressions.

“Life Changes” becomes Rhett’s eleventh career #1 hit. It is the fourth chart-topper from the album.

Up one place, Luke Bryan’s “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” earns #2. The aforementioned “Drowns The Whiskey” takes #3, while Old Dominion’s “Hotel Key” spends another week at #4.

Dylan Scott’s “Hooked” enjoys another week at #5.

Pictured: Thomas Rhett by John Shearer | Press Photo via The Green Room PR

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