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Luke Combs Claims Two Spots in Country Airplay Chart Top 10

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Luke Combs Claims Two Spots in Country Airplay Chart Top 10

Luke Combs sends his 18th consecutive career-opening single to the top 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart as “Love You Anyway” rises from No. 11 to No. 10 on the list dated July 1.

In the tracking week ending June 22, the song — which Combs co-authored with Ray Fulcher and Dan Isbell — increased by 12% to 17.4 million impressions, according to Luminate.

Plus, Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s 1988 classic “Fast Car” (which she penned solo) motors 5-2 (31.1 million, up 18%). The remake has also crossed over, as it places at Nos. 11, 12 and 22 on the Adult Contemporary, Adult Pop Airplay and Pop Airplay charts, respectively.

Combs doubles up in the Country Airplay top 10 for the first time since Oct. 30, 2021, when his “Cold as You” ranked at No. 5 while he was featured on Jameson Rodgers’ “Cold Beer Calling My Name” at No. 7.

‘Last Night’ Still Leads

Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” dominates Country Airplay for an eighth week (32.9 million, down less than 1%). He now boasts the longest-leading hit in the chart’s 33-year history – “You Proof” (10 weeks, 2022) – and, with “Last Night,” ties for the second-longest command. Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett’s “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” started its eight-week domination in August 2003, after Lonestar’s “Amazed” led for eight frames beginning in August 1999.

Also being supported by pop and adult radio, “Last Night” ranks at No. 8 on Adult Pop Airplay and Pop Airplay and No. 17 on Adult Contemporary.

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