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'Summertime' in Fall: Jason Aldean Sizzles Atop Country Airplay Chart

Jason Aldean
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Jason Aldean photographed on Aug. 22, 2016 at Urban Cowboy in Nashville, Tenn.

Jason Aldean banks his 16th No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart (dated Dec. 3), as "A Little More Summertime" ascends 2-1. The song increases by 1 percent to 47.1 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music. Aldean earns his second No. 1 from his seventh studio album, They Don't Know, following "Lights Come On" (July 23).

Here is a recap of Aldean's 16 songs to rule Country Airplay, dating to his first just more than 10 years ago, when "Why" topped the May, 27, 2006, tally.

Jason Aldean's 16 Country Airplay No. 1s
"Why," one week at No. 1, 2006
"She's Country," one, 2009
"Big Green Tractor," four, 2009
"The Truth," two, 2010
"Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Kelly Clarkson), three, 2011
"Dirt Road Anthem," one, 2011
"Fly Over States," one, May 26, 2012
"Take a Little Ride," three, 2012
"The Only Way I Know" (with Luke Bryan & Eric Church), one, 2013
"Night Train," two, 2013
"When She Says Baby," three, 2014
"Burnin' It Down," two, 2014
"Just Gettin' Started," one, 2015
"Tonight Looks Good on You," one, 2015
"Lights Come On," one, 2016
"A Little More Summertime," one to-date, 2016