Luke Combs Moves Up To No. 2 Spot On MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart

Luke Combs moves up three slots to the No. 2 position on the MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart this week off momentum from his new, quarantine-inspired tune “Six Feet Apart,” as well as his co-writer credit on his own “Does To Me” and Carly Pearce and Lee Brice’s “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

Craig Wiseman remains at No. 1 this week, and Shane McAnally moves down one slot to No. 3. Jonathan Singleton takes No. 4 on the chart with credits on “Die From A Broken Heart” (Maddie & Tae), “I Hope You’re Happy Now” (Carly Pearce and Lee Brice), and “In Between” (Scotty McCreery). Morgan Wallen rounds out the top five with co-writer credit on his own “Chasin’ You,” “This Bar,” and “More Than My Hometown.”

The weekly MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart, published every week, uses algorithms based upon song activity according to airplay, digital downloaded track sales and streams. This unique and exclusive addition to the MusicRow portfolio is the only songwriter chart of its kind.

Click here to view the full MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart.

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LB Cantrell is Project Manager at MusicRow magazine. She heads up specific, large-scale projects for the company and assists in day-to-day tasks. LB also manages the MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart and contributes editorial for both the print and online platforms. She joined MusicRow full time in January of 2019, after interning and working part time for the company for a year. She is from Blairsville, Georgia and graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Music Business degree in 2018.

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