Luke Combs has made history again, this time taking the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on the Billboard Country Airplay chart dated Sept. 9.
Combs’ “Love You Anyway” hit #1, his 17th single to top the charts; and Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” dropped from the top spot to #2. The feat marks the first time any artist has held both the No. 1 and No. 2 spots with separate solo songs in the 30+ year history of the Country Airplay chart.
Combs is no stranger to braking records: all 17 of his singles released throughout his career have hit No. 1 at country radio (16 on the Country Airplay chart, and all 17 on the Mediabase country chart.). And back in 2019, his album This One’s for You tied Shania Twain’s record for the longest-ever reign atop the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
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