Jason Aldean Is Climbing the All-Time List for No. 1 Singles on Billboard Country Airplay Chart

Jason Aldean Is Climbing the All-Time List for No. 1 Singles on Billboard Country Airplay Chart

By scoring his 22nd No. 1 single (“Got What I Got”) on the Billboard Country Airplay chart this week, Jason Aldean continued to climb the ladder on the all-time list. Jason is in seventh place on the all-time list for most No. 1 singles on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, which was created in 1990.

Penned by Thomas Archer, Alex Palmer and Michael Tyler, “Got What I Got” is featured on Jason’s 2019 album, 9.

Most No. 1 Singles on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart

  1. Kenny Chesney: 31
  2. Tim McGraw: 29
  3. Blake Shelton: 27
  4. George Strait: 26
  5. Alan Jackson: 26
  6. Luke Bryan: 23
  7. Jason Aldean: 22

Notes

  • Tim’s recent single, “I Called Mama,” climbed to No. 2 on the chart before it was removed from rotation this week.
  • Blake’s current single, “Happy Anywhere” featuring Gwen Stefani, is No. 8 on the Airplay chart after 13 weeks.
  • Kenny’s current single, “Happy Does,” is No. 13 on the Airplay chart after 14 weeks.
  • Neither George Strait nor Alan Jackson has a single on the chart.
  • Luke’s new single, “Down to You,” debuted at No. 49 on the Airplay chart this week.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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