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Morgan Wallen Tops All 5 Country Charts for Record-Breaking Fourth Week

He passes Luke Combs in pulling off the feat the most times.

Morgan Wallen leads all five of Billboard’s country charts (dated May 13), marking the record-rewriting fourth time that the East Tennessee native has achieved the quintuple domination.

He passes Luke Combs, who managed the feat in three distinct weeks.


Wallen’s “Last Night” inhabits the penthouse on the streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart for a 13th frame. On Country Airplay, it vaults 5-1, becoming Wallen’s ninth leader, up 21% to 29.5 million in audience April 28-May 4, according to Luminate.

The track also drew 32.4 million official U.S. streams and sold 9,000 downloads, as it rules Country Streaming Songs for a 13th week and Country digital Song Sales for an 11th frame.

Plus, parent album One Thing at a Time commands the Top Country Albums chart for a ninth week (138,000 equivalent album units, down 8%), encompassing its entire run on the ranking so far.

This is the fourth week that Wallen has controlled all five country charts. He first did so on the Feb. 25 dated rankings, thanks to “Last Night” on Hot Country Songs, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Song Sales; “Thought You Should Know” on Country Airplay; and his prior LP, Dangerous: The Double Album, on Top Country Albums.

Wallen went on to top all five country surveys with the same titles on the charts dated March 4 and 11.

Prior to Wallen, just two artists accomplished the fivefold feat (dating to the start of Country Streaming Songs in April 2013). Luke Combs dominated the charts dated March 9 and 30 and April 6, 2019, after Kane Brown first achieved the honor on Oct. 28, 2017.

Concurrently, “Last Night” crowns the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 for a fifth week, marking the first song to top both that tally and Country Airplay simultaneously in the 33-year history of the latter chart.