Luke Combs 'Does' It Again, Topping Country Airplay Chart With Eric Church

Luke Combs
David Bergman

Luke Combs

Plus, Luke Bryan lands his 30th Hot Country Songs top 10.

Luke Combs nabs his record-extending eighth consecutive career-opening No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, as "Does to Me," featuring Eric Church, ascends 2-1 on the May 30-dated survey.

In the week ending May 24, "Does" collected 33.8 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

On the airplay-, streaming- and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart, "Does" pushes 5-4. It drew 9.1 million U.S. streams (up 13%) and sold 4,000 (up 9%) in the week ending May 21.

"Does," which Combs wrote with Ray Fulcher and Tyler Reeve, is the third single from Combs' second full-length, What You See Is What You Get, which debuted at No. 1 on Top Country Albums and the all-genre Billboard 200 dated Nov. 23, 2019, with 172,000 equivalent album units. The set has banked 19 weeks atop the former tally.

"Does" follows "Even Though I'm Leaving," which led Country Airplay for five weeks beginning in November, and the LP's launch single "Beer Never Broke My Heart," which ruled for two frames last August.

Combs first topped Country Airplay with his debut hit "Hurricane," which began a two-week reign in May 2017.

Meanwhile, Combs' "Six Feet Apart," which he released to encourage fans during the coronavirus crisis, holds at No. 38 on Country Airplay (3 million).

With "Does," Church earns his ninth No. 1 on Country Airplay and first since "Some of It" led for a week last July. Concurrently, Church's solo single "Monsters" ranks at No. 19 on Country Airplay (12.7 million), after reaching No. 15.

'ONE' = 30TH TOP 10 Luke Bryan rolls up his 30th Hot Country Songs top 10 as "One Margarita" strides 12-10. On May 17, he performed the song on the season finale of ABC's American Idol. Bryan, a judge on the show with Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, sang the song from his home, with appearances from his mother and wife.

"Margarita" sold 15,000 downloads in the week ending May 21, up 124%, and jumps 4-1 on Country Digital Song Sales for its second week atop the tally, after it debuted at No. 1 in March.

The track enters Country Streaming Songs at No. 23 (5.1 million streams, up 16%) and bumps 17-16 Country Airplay (14.2 million).

 

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