Luke Combs’ “Where The Wild Things Are” Officially Earns #1 At Country Radio

The Luke Combs single ascends to #1 on this week’s country chart.

Luke Combs - Where The Wild Things Are video screenshot | Columbia Nashville

Country radio has a new #1, and it comes from one of the genre’s biggest stars.

Indeed, Luke Combs’ “Where The Wild Things Are” ascends three places to #1 on this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart.

In addition to leading for chart points, the Luke Combs single ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played song for the February 11-17 tracking period. Warren Zeiders’ “Pretty Little Poison,” however, takes first place for audience impressions.

The Zeiders song nonetheless holds at #2 on the overall chart, with Cody Johnson’ “The Painter” staying at #3. Kane Brown’s “I Can Feel It” ticks up two places to #4, and HARDY’s “Truck Bed” stays at #5.

Riley Green’s “Different ‘Round Here (featuring Luke Combs),” last week’s leader, exits the Top 10 this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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