Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s “Nobody but You” pushes 12-10 on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart (dated March 28), gaining by 14% to 22.6 million in audience in the week ending March 22, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
Shelton scores his 34th Country Airplay top 10, a run that started in 2001 with his launch track “Austin,” which dominated for five weeks, becoming his first of 26 No. 1s.
Shelton ties Brad Paisley for the 10th-most top 10s in the Country Airplay chart’s history, which dates to 1990; George Strait leads with 61. “Nobody” follows Shelton’s prior top 10, his Garth Brooks duet “Dive Bar,” which peaked at No. 6 on the chart date March 7.
Stefani, Shelton’s real-life love, hits the top 10 in her first visit to the Country Airplay, expanding upon her already versatile chart history.
As a soloist, Stefani reaches the top 10 of a 10th format-focused airplay chart, following Adult Contemporary, Adult Pop Songs, Alternative Songs, Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, Modern AC, Pop Songs, Rap Airplay and Rhythmic Songs. She also boasts a robust chart history fronting No Doubt.
Meanwhile, Shelton and Stefani add their second top 10 on an airplay chart: “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” hit No. 9 on Adult Contemporary in 2018.