Old Dominion banks its tenth high 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart as “Reminiscence Lane” lifts to No. 10 on the June 3-dated record. Within the monitoring week ending Could 25, the only elevated by 5% to 17.4 million viewers impressions, in line with Luminate.
The tune was co-penned by the quintet’s Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Brad Tursi, with Jessie Jo Dillon (Whit Sellers and Geoff Sprung spherical out Outdated Dominion’s lineup). It’s from the act’s four-song EP Reminiscence Lane (Sampler), which was launched in January.
Outdated Dominion ranks within the Nation Airplay high 10 for the primary time since “I Was on a Boat That Day” cruised to No. 9 in November 2021. The band’s 10 high 10s embody seven No. 1s, most just lately “One Man Band” for per week in December 2019. The group’s second of 17 Nation Airplay entries, “Break Up With Him,” grew to become its first chief in November 2015.
On the streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Scorching Nation Songs survey dated Could 27, “Reminiscence” rose to a brand new No. 16 finest. It drew 15 million official streams (up 5%) and offered 1,000 (up 3%) in america within the Could 12-18 monitoring week.
Outdated Dominion received for group of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards (Could 11). The fivesome will carry out at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on June 10 throughout CMA Fest.
‘Final’ Nonetheless First
Morgan Wallen’s “Final Night time” controls Nation Airplay for a fourth week (33.7 million, up 2%). It marks the second of his 9 leaders to rule for not less than that lengthy, after “You Proof” reigned for 10 frames beginning final October, the longest command within the chart’s 33-year historical past.
Sheeran ‘Goes’ Nation
Pop famous person Ed Sheeran’s “Life Goes On,” that includes Luke Combs, arrives on Nation Airplay at No. 59, with 484,000 impressions.
For Sheeran, who has scored two No. 1s amongst 9 high 10s on the Billboard Scorching 100, it’s his second time showing on Billboard’s nation charts; his single “Don’t” obtained unsolicited airplay and spent per week on Nation Airplay, additionally at No. 59, in 2014.
Sheeran and Combs carried out “Life Goes On” on the ACM Awards on Could 11. The unique model of the ballad, by Sheeran solo, was launched on his new album, – (Subtract), which opened at No. 2 on the Could 20-dated Billboard 200.
In the meantime, each artists are concurrently climbing pop and nation airplay charts (dated June 3) with different songs. Sheeran’s “Eyes Closed,” the lead single from his new LP, ranks at highs of Nos. 2 and eight, respectively, on Grownup Pop Airplay and Pop Airplay, whereas Combs has two tracks within the high 15 on Nation Airplay: “Fast Car” zooms 21-14 because the chart’s Biggest Gainer (13.1 million in viewers, up 43%) and “Love You Anyway” holds at its No. 15 finest (12.8 million, up 14%).
All charts dated June 3 will replace on Billboard.com Wednesday, Could 31 (a day later than common as a result of Memorial Day vacation Monday, Could 29).
—Further reporting by Gary Belief