Up 12-8 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, David Nail collects his third top 10 with "Whatever She's Got," his first title to reach the upper region since "Let It Rain" topped the Jan. 21, 2012, chart. Nail first cracked the top 10 with "Red Light," which rose to No. 7 four years ago.
"Got" pushes 6-5 on Country Digital Songs, up by 3% to 34,000 downloads sold during the chart's tracking week, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
'STAY' MOVES: Florida Georgia Line scores a second week at No. 1 on Country Digital Songs with "Stay," which concurrently reaches a new peak with a 4-2 hop on the overall sales/airplay/streaming-based Hot Country Songs chart.
A deluxe edition of the duo's "Here's to the Good Times" album, subtitled "This Is How We Roll," was released on Monday (Nov. 25).
'DRINK' UP: Luke Bryan hoists up the Digital Gainer trophy on Hot Country Songs with "Drink a Beer," which flies 22-11 in its third chart week. With 36,000 downloads sold (up 27%), the track improves 9-4 on Country Digital Songs.
OOH, 'BABY': Jason Aldean's "When She Says Baby" boasts the biggest radio audience surge and wins the Airplay Gainer race on Hot Country Songs, rising 35-24 in its eighth chart week.
On Country Airplay, "Baby" vaults 34-24 with 12 million audience impressions, a 122% boost.
BARNETT'S BACK: Mandy Barnett debuts for the first time in nearly three years on Top Country Albums, as "I Can't Stop Loving You: The Songs of Don Gibson" nabs the Hot Shot Debut at No. 32 (3,000 sold). The tribute set is sold exclusively at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations.
Top Country Albums is capped for a fourth straight week by "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas." With 60,000 sold, it has shifted 253,000 in its first four weeks.