The Nashville-based singer-songwriter, originally from North Carolina (and who dubs her music the "Block Party sound"), posted clips of the song leading up to its release on TikTok, where she boasts nearly 400,000 followers.
On its release day, attention included syndicated radio personality Bobby Bones inviting Block via Twitter to be a guest on his show.
"This is by far the biggest moment of my life, and I still feel like I'm dreaming," Block tells Billboard. "I'm thankful for so many things right now: having my name listed on a Billboard chart, for my fans and, most of all, for the heartbreak that got me here."
'DONE' NOT DONE Chris Janson's "Done" rises 12-8 on Hot Country Songs, becoming his fourth top 10. The song leads Country Airplay for a second week, up 12% to 35.3 million audience impressions, as Janson earns his first multi-week leader among two No. 1s; "Good Vibes" ruled for a week last October.
"Done" also drew 4.9 million U.S. streams and sold 3,000 in the tracking week.
PILLOW TALK Dan + Shay's "I Should Probably Go to Bed" soars 50-9 on Hot Country Songs following its first full tracking week, becoming the duo's ninth top 10.
"Bed" bounds with 13,000 sold, as it opens atop Country Digital Song Sales, marking the act's fourth leader, and 8.5 million streams. On Country Airplay, it ranks at No. 30 with 5.8 million in audience.
The song also debuts at No. 29 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart and No. 43 on the all-genre, multi-metric Billboard Hot 100.
COMBS CLIMBS Luke Combs rolls up his ninth total and consecutive Country Airplay top 10, as "Lovin' on You" bumps 12-9 (20.1 million, up 15%).
Combs is seeking to pad his record run of eight consecutive career-opening No. 1 singles, most recently extended when "Does to Me" (featuring Eric Church) led for two weeks starting in May.
URBAN'S 42ND TOP 10 Keith Urban notches his 42nd Country Airplay top 10 with an 11-10 ascent for "God Whispered Your Name." The track, up 3% to 19.3 million in audience, becomes his 42nd top 10, tying him with Toby Keith for the fifth-most in the chart's 30-year history. George Strait leads with 61 top 10s, followed by Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw (57 each), and Alan Jackson (51).