“God’s Country” Becomes Blake Shelton’s 26th Country Radio #1

Blake Shelton returns to the top of the country radio chart.

Blake Shelton - Gods Country Cover, courtesy of Warner Music Nashville

Blake Shelton scores his twenty-sixth country radio #1 as “God’s Country” officially tops this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Up one place from last week’s position, “God’s Country” seizes the throne from Lee Brice’s “Rumor.”

Not simply the leader in chart points, “God’s Country” also convincingly ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and heard song for the June 30-July 6 tracking period. It received ~8,550 spins (+334) and ~53.56 million audience impressions.

“God’s Country,” as noted, becomes Shelton’s twenty-sixth chart-topper at the format. His impressive run of hits dates back to 2001’s “Austin.”

Eric Church’s “Some Of It” grabs #2 on this week’s chart, while the aforementioned “Rumor” slips to #3. Both steady this week, Luke Combs’ “Beer Never Broke My Heart” (#4) and Maren Morris’ “GIRL” (#5) complete the Top 5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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