Luke Combs Ties His Longest Country Airplay Reign With ‘Beautiful Crazy’


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.