Gabby Barrett’s “The Good Ones” held steady atop Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for a third week, drawing 27.6 million radio audience impressions in the week ending April 25, according to MRC Data.
The song, which is Barrett’s second career single, is the first by a woman to top Country Airplay for three weeks or more since Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson’s “Don’t You Wanna Stay” led the chart for three weeks in March 2011. It’s also the first song by a woman unaccompanied by any other act to do so since Miranda Lambert’s "The House That Built Me" crowned the tally for four frames in June 2010.
When it comes to occupying Country Airplay’s peak position, Barrett is now two-for-two. Her debut single, “I Hope,” led the chart for one week in April 2020.