Luke Combs Lands Sixth-Straight Career-Opening Number One

Luke Combs must be getting pretty used to being number one. The singer’s latest single, “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” tops the “Billboard” Country Airplay chart this week, his sixth straight single to reach number one.

The feat now extends Luke’s record for the most career-opening number ones. Back in March he became the first artist to send their first-five singles straight to the top of the chart, when “Beautiful Crazy” spent seven weeks at number one.

But that’s not all. Luke’s debut album “This One’s For You” is spending its 44th week at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, which is the most for any male artist, surpassing Randy Travis’ “Always & Forever” which topped the chart for 43. Overall, Shania Twain is the only artist with more weeks, with “This One’s For You,” which spent 50 weeks on top.
Elsewhere on the chart….

Justin Moore’s latest album “Long Nights and Longnecks” debuts at number two on the Top Country Albums chart.

Carrie Underwood’s “Southbound” is at ten on the Country Airplay chart, her 28th Country Airplay Top Ten hit.


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