It's the first top 10 debut Hot Country Songs entry by a woman unaccompanied by another act since October 2017.
Gabby Barrett's maiden entry on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, "I Hope," becomes her first top 10, climbing 12-10 on the survey dated Jan. 25.
The track jumps 7-2 on Country Digital Song Sales, up 24% to 6,000 sold, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, and 24-22 on Country Airplay, gaining by 14% to 9.7 million impressions. It also drew 7.7 million U.S. streams in the tracking week.
"I'm so grateful for my debut single reach the top 10," Barrett told Billboard after hearing the news. "It has been an amazing journey to get to this point. A huge thank you to country radio and the digital partners for supporting 'I Hope' and for making me feel like part of the family from the start. And, another big thanks to the fans for showing their love. I am so blessed and excited for what's to come."