At 27 weeks, Dustin Lynch‘s Platinum, six-week No. 1 collaboration “Thinking ‘Bout You (feat. MacKenzie Porter)” has made history as the longest-running Top 10 single since the Billboard Country Airplay chart launched in January 1990.
Surpassing his four-week No. 1 mark set by 2017’s “Small Town Boy,” the Lynch, Andy Albert, Hunter Phelps and Will Weatherly co-write is Lynch’s eighth U.S. and second Canadian No. 1 at country radio, as well as his third career chart-topper as a songwriter. The song also gives Porter her first U.S. and fourth Canadian No. 1, and has racked up over 300 million global on-demand streams to date.
“Wow! Adding this stat to ‘Thinking ‘Bout You’ is so huge. It further validates what we all felt with this song, and it’s so rewarding to see it continue to connect with listeners,” shares Lynch.
Lynch is once again climbing the charts with his current single “Party Mode,” which scored his biggest add week and highest career debut. He returns to the road this week for back-to-back shows at Appalachian Wireless Arena in Pikeville, Kentucky on Thursday (April 21), and The Anthem in Washington, DC, on Friday (April 22).
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