The singer is the toast of three tallies with new single "Bottoms Up"
Brantley Gilbert makes his highest debuts on three Billboard song charts and posts his first No. 1 and best sales week on Country Digital Songs with "Bottoms Up," the lead single from his upcoming third album.
After the digital track and its accompanying video clip were released simultaneously on Dec. 16, "Bottoms" begins at No. 1 on Country Digital Songs with 63,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The song becomes Gilbert's first leader on Country Digital Songs, where his previous peak was No. 13 with "You Don't Know Her Like I Do" two years ago. The Georgia native achieved his previous best digital sales week when his breakthrough hit "Country Must Be Country Wide" sold 29,000 (Jan. 14, 2012).