Maren Morris celebrates her first No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart in a lead role, as the third single from her debut LP Hero, "I Could Use a Love Song," climbs 2-1 (on the chart dated Jan. 20). "Love Song," co-written by the 27-year-old Arlington, Texas-born singer-songwriter with Jimmy Robbins and Laura Veltz, marks Morris' second visit to the Country Airplay summit. She led the July 22, 2017-dated list as featured on Thomas Rhett's "Craving You."
Star format veteran tobyMac notches his first No. 1 debut, and sixth total leader, on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart (dated Jan. 20), with "I Just Need U," the lead single from his next studio album, expected this summer. He soars past his prior highest start: No. 22, for "Bring on the Holidays" in December 2016. The new track arrives at No. 1 on Christian Digital Song Sales, selling 15,000 downloads in the week ending Jan. 11, according to Nielsen Music, marking tobyMac's fifth No.
Maren Morris' "I Could Use a Love Song" (Columbia Nashville) ascends 2-1 in its 44th week on Billboard's Country Airplay chart (dated Jan. 20), increasing 9 percent to 43 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music, in the tracking week ending Jan. 15. The coronation marks the Arlington, Texas-born singer-songwriter's second Country Airplay leader and first on her own. In her prior chart visit, she led the July 22, 2017-dated list as featured on Thomas Rhett's "Craving You."
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Selecting a term
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