Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha’s “Meant to Be” continues its hold on number one. The track is spending its 24th week on top the Hot Country Songs chart, which means it now ties FGL's "Cruise," for the second-longest reign on that chart. "Cruise" topped the "Hot Country Songs" chart for 24 weeks back in 2012-1023
"Crazy to see how this song has taken on a life of its own and hear that it's making chart history," FGL's Brian Kelley tells "Billboard." "Bebe is part of our tribe now, and it's been magic to see fans from all over the globe react to such a special song."
"Meant To Be" is now the longest reign for a duo on top the Hot Country Songs chart, while Sam Hunt's “Body Like A Back Road," still has the overall record, with spent 34 weeks. In addition, “Meant To Be” is still in the Top Five on the all-genre “Billboard” Hot 100, holding at number five this week.
Meanwhile, Maren Morris now has a new number one. The singer's collaboration with Zedd and Grey, "The Middle" tops the Radio Songs chart this week. The tune is also number six on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
Elsewhere on the charts:
Kane Brown's "Heaven" tops the Country Airplay chart making it his second number one on that chart. Luke Combs' "Beautiful Crazy" debuts at number six on the Hot Country Songs chart, his fourth Top Ten single.Kenny Chesney's "Get Along" is at number nine on the Hot Country Songs chart, making it his 51st Top Ten single on that chart. The tune is also at number 10 on the Country Airplay chart, his 55th Top Ten single on that chart, putting him third behind all other artists for the most Country Airplay Top Tens, with George Strait at number one with 61 and Tim McGraw in second with 57.
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