The Sizzling 100 chart is seeing a rustic music comeback.
For the primary time in 42 years, nation music stars concurrently maintain the highest two spots on the coveted music checklist. Morgan Wallen’s “Final Night time” stays atop the chart, with Luke Combs’ “Quick Automotive” coming in an in depth second.
The final time nation musicians have been on prime of the all-genre chart was in 1981. In March of that 12 months, Eddie Rabbitt’s “I Love a Wet Night time” and Dolly Parton’s “9 to five” held the highest two spots.
Wallen’s “Final Night time” continues to dominate the Sizzling 100 chart, with this week marking his twelfth in a row at No. 1. Combs’ cowl of Tracy Chapman’s “Quick Automotive” moved up a spot, placing him simply behind Wallen within the No. 2 place.
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Comb’s “Quick Automotive” had 51.3 million radio impressions this week, with 21.2 million streams, Billboard reported.
It is potential that Combs may dethrone Wallen for the highest seat, however it might take a while. Per Billboard, “Final Night time” had 72.2 million radio impressions and 29.8 million streams this week.
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There have been some developments within the nation music stars’ private lives this 12 months. Combs and his spouse, Nicole Hocking, predict their second child, due in September, in line with the singer’s Instagram web page.
Wallen’s top-charting second comes after he canceled six weeks of exhibits because of “unhealthy information” from his physician that he had injured his vocal cords.
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The canceled Might and June dates for his One Night time at a Time tour have been rescheduled and can now happen between Aug. 30, 2023, and June 7, 2024.