Plus, new high 10s for Chase Rice and Jake Owen.
Luke Combs matches his longest domination of Billboard's Country Airplay chart, as "Beautiful Crazy'' leads the checklist (dated March 23) for a fourth week. The music tops the tally with 40.1 million impressions (down 1 %) within the week ending March 17, in keeping with Nielsen Music.
"Crazy," which grew to become Combs' unprecedented fifth consecutive career-opening Country Airplay No. 1, ties the reign of his fourth chief, "She Got the Best of Me," which paced the chart for 4 weeks beginning Oct. 27, 2018.
Previously, Combs commanded Country Airplay with "One Number Away" (one week at No. 1 in June 2018), "When It Rains It Pours" (two weeks, November 2017) and "Hurricane" (two, May-June 2017).
"Crazy" concurrently tops the airplay-, streaming- and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart for a fourth body, doubling his prior greatest. His different No. 1 to date, "Rains," led for 2 weeks in 2017.
RICE SEES WAY TO TOP 10: Chase Rice's "Eyes on You" enters the Country Airplay high 10 (13-9), growing by 15 % to 22.1 million impressions. "Eyes" marks Rice's third high 10 on the tally and first since 2015's No. 2-peaking "Gonna Wanna Tonight." He first reached the area with "Ready Set Roll," which hit No. 5 in 2014.
'DOWN' IS UP: Jake Owen's "Down to the Honkytonk" turns into his 10th Country Airplay high 10, because it hops 12-10 (21.7 million, up 7 %). Owen final reached the highest 10 along with his seventh No. 1, "I Was Jack (You Were Diane)," which led for every week final August.