Morgan Wallen’s crossover smash “Last Night” rebounds for its twenty fourth week atop Billboard’s streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Sizzling Nation Songs chart (dated Aug. 12).
The track ties Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” (2021-22) and Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” (2012-13) because the fourth-longest-ruling leaders for the reason that survey grew to become the style’s foremost chart in 1958.
“Last Night” was authored by John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Charlie Good-looking and Jacob Kasher Hindlin.
The observe drew 67.2 million all-format radio airplay viewers impressions (down 10%) and 26.7 million streams (down 8%) and offered 7,000 downloads (down 11%) within the July 28-Aug. 3 monitoring week, in keeping with Luminate.
Wallen’s ninth Nation Airplay chief dominated that chart for eight weeks and crossed over to No. 5 peaks on each Pop Airplay and Grownup Pop Airplay. It stays within the high 5 on the newest Nation Airplay record, at No. 4.
Right here’s a have a look at the ten longest-leading No. 1s since Sizzling Nation Songs grew to become an all-encompassing style survey in October 1958. Wallen is the one soloist with two titles on the record, whereas duo Florida Georgia Line is the one different act with two. (All songs however one beneath have reigned for the reason that chart adopted the all-genre Billboard Sizzling 100’s multi-metric methodology in October 2012.)
Longest-Main Sizzling Nation Songs No. 1s (since 1958):
50 weeks, “Meant To Be,” Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, starting in December 2017
34, “Body Like a Back Road,” Sam Hunt, February 2017
27, “I Hope,” Gabby Barrett, July 2020
24, “Last Night,” Morgan Wallen, February 2023
24, “Fancy Like,” Walker Hayes, July 2021
24, “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line, December 2012
21, “10,000 Hours,” Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber, October 2019
19, “You Proof,” Morgan Wallen, Might 2022
19, “The Bones,” Maren Morris, March 2020
19, “Walk on By,” Leroy Van Dyke, September 1961
As beforehand reported, “Last Night” tops the Sizzling 100 for a fifteenth week, tying for the fourth-longest reign within the chart’s 65-year historical past, and the longest for a track by an act with no accompanying artists.
Childers’ First High 10
Tyler Childers, from Paintsville, Ky., attains his first high 10 on Sizzling Nation Songs, as his new single “In Your Love,” launched July 27, blasts in at No. 7. In its first full week, it drew 11.4 million streams and offered 9,000. It leaps 16-4 on Nation Digital Music Gross sales and debuts at No. 8 on Nation Streaming Songs, marking his first high 10 on every chart.
“In Your Love,” co-written by the 32-year-old, is the primary single from his album Rustin’ within the Rain, due Sept. 8. It’s Childers’ fifth Sizzling Nation Songs entry and follows “Way of the Triune God,” which reached No. 37, his former greatest rank, in January.
High Tier ‘Whiskey’
In its thirty first week on Sizzling Nation Songs, Justin Moore and Priscilla Block’s “You, Me, & Whiskey” rises 11-8. It awards Moore his eleventh high 10 and Block her first, in her third look.
The track attracted 5.8 million streams (up 38%) and offered 1,000 (up 11%) July 28-Aug. 3. On Nation Airplay, it pushes 4-3 for a brand new greatest (29.8 million, up 13%).
For Moore, it follows “With a Woman You Love,” which rose to No. 12 final September and “We Didn’t Have Much,” which hit No. 7 in September 2021. Each songs led Nation Airplay for per week every, upping his profession whole to 10 No. 1s.
Block’s debut hit “Just About Over You” reached No. 17 on Sizzling Nation Songs in December 2021, in addition to No. 14 on Nation Airplay. Subsequent single “My Bar” climbed to No. 26 on Nation Airplay final September.