Bailey Zimmerman‘s “Rock and A Hard Place” is officially No. 1 on the Country Aircheck/Mediabase Chart, and now holds the title of most-played record across the country in one single week since the Mediabase chart’s inception. The smash hit also landed atop the Billboard Country Airplay chart for the third consecutive week.
Additionally, “Rock and A Hard Place” has made its way into the Top 100 on the all-genre Billboard Global 200 chart once again, recently becoming Zimmerman’s first Top 10 hit on their all-genre Hot 100 chart. The track landed in the Top 10 in its 41st week on the Hot 100—breaking yet another record for the longest climb to the Top 10 for a song by a soloist in the chart’s history—and continues its reign as one of the Top 4 most-streamed country songs in the nation, totaling more than 550 million global streams to date.
Zimmerman’s debut EP, Leave The Light On, made history upon release as not only the most-streamed all-genre debut of 2022, but also the largest streaming country debut of all time. With over 1.5 billion career streams to date, he was the only country artist to receive two Platinum certifications from the RIAA last year, beginning with his No. 1 debut single “Fall In Love,” which was the fastest debut single to reach No. 1 at country radio since 2015 as well as the first debut hit to make it all the way to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in 2022.
The Warner Music Nashville artist is set to release his first full-length project, Religiously. The Album., on May 12, and will continue serve as support on Morgan Wallen‘s 2023 “One Night At A Time World Tour” as the U.S. leg kicks off this Friday, April 14.
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