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Luke Bryan stays at number one for second week with ‘Drink a Beer’

'Drink A Beer' by Luke Bryan hits number one
'Drink A Beer' by Luke Bryan hits number one
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Luke Bryan spends a second consecutive week at number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart with “Drink a Beer.” The chart was officially released on Thursday, February 13.

Jason Aldean leaps to number two with his fast-rising single, “When She Says Baby.” The debut hit by Cole Swindell, “Chillin’ It,” rounds out the top three. Former number one “Whatever She’s Got It” from David Nail is at number four, while Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” makes its way back down the chart after peaking at number two.

Lady Antebellum stays in the sixth position for another week with “Compass.” Frankie Ballard’s “Helluva Life” continues to rise, landing at number seven. Both Thompson Square and Blake Shelton hold the same positions as last week with their current hits, “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” and “Doin’ What She Likes,” respectively. In its twenty-fifth week on the charts, Dierks Bentley breaks into the top ten with “I Hold On.”

Randy Houser climbs with “Goodnight Kiss” and Scotty McCreery finds himself at number twelve for the week. Danielle Bradbery holds on to the number thirteen spot with “Heart of Dixie.” Eric Church’s “Give Me Back My Hometown” moves two places, coming in at fourteen. Dan + Shay move up a few notches with their debut, “19 You and Me” and Rascal Flatts find themselves moving upwards with “Rewind.” Jerrod Niemann falls back a couple spots, while “The Beat of the Music” by Brett Eldredge is at number eighteen. Brad Paisley claims the nineteenth biggest hit and Brantley Gilbert closes the top twenty with “Bottoms Up.”

Thomas Rhett, Justin Moore, Keith Urban, Kip Moore, and Craig Morgan occupy positions twenty-one through twenty-five. Miranda Lambert makes a huge debut with “Automatic,” landing at twenty-six during its first week of release. Josh Thompson, Sara Evans, Hunter Hayes, and Tim McGraw complete the top thirty biggest hits of the week.

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