Following his look because the musical visitor on NBC's Saturday Night Live on March 2, Thomas Rhett's new single, "Look What God Gave Her,” which he carried out on the present, soars into the highest 10 of Billboard's airplay-, streaming- and sales-powered Hot Country Songs chart (dated March 16), vaulting 37-5 in its second week on the tally.
"Look" marks Rhett's 13th Hot Country Songs prime 10, a sum that features one No. 1, "Die a Happy Man," which reigned for 17 weeks beginning in November 2015.
With its 32-spot soar, "Look" makes Rhett's largest soar on the chart since "Craving You" (that includes Maren Morris) rocketed 46-5 on April 22, 2017, additionally in its second chart week; it went on to peak at No. three.
Following its Feb. 28 launch, "Look" launches atop Country Digital Song Sales with 19,000 downloads offered in its first full week of monitoring (ending March 7), in keeping with Nielsen Music. Rhett racks his second No. 1 (amongst 18 prime 10s) on the checklist, following "Happy," which led for 15 weeks starting in October 2015. "Look" is his first music to start out at No. 1 on the chart.
"Look" additionally logged 6 million U.S. streams within the week ending March 7 and opens at No. 7 on Country Streaming Songs, giving the singer-songwriter his 12th prime 10 and his highest debut, besting "Marry Me," which entered at No. eight in January 2018.
On Country Airplay, "Look" dips 20-22 in its second week, with 10.6 million viewers impressions within the week ending March 10 (down 7 p.c; it soared in per week in the past helped by hourly first-day performs on taking part iHeartMedia-owned stations).
"Look," which Rhett wrote together with his father, Rhett Akins, Julian Bunetta, John Ryan and J Cash, was impressed by his spouse, Lauren. It's the lead single from Rhett's fourth LP, Center Point Road. The set, due May 31, is called after the street on which he grew up in Hendersonville, Tenn.
BRETT'S TOP 10s ARE "HERE" Brett Young's "Here Tonight" reaches the highest 10 on each Hot Country Songs (12-10) and Country Airplay (11-9), awarding him his fifth straight career-opening prime 10 on every checklist.
"Here" scales Country Airplay with a 13 p.c enhance to 25 million impressions. It additionally corralled 5 million streams, a 17 p.c surge.
Young's first hit, "Sleep Without You," peaked at No. 2 on Country Airplay in 2016, adopted by three consecutive No. 1s: "In Case You Didn't Know" which led for 2 weeks in June 2017, "Like I Loved You" (three weeks, January 2018) and "Mercy" (two weeks, August 2018).
On Hot Country Songs they reached Nos. three, 2, 2 and three, respectively.