Jelly Roll racked up his second consecutive No. 1 at country radio last week with his Platinum-selling single, “Need A Favor.”
The chart-topping hit has also earned multiple weeks on top of the rock charts, and is the followup to his first country No. 1, “Son of A Sinner.” Written by Jelly (Jason DeFord), Austin Nivarel, Joe Ragosta and Rob Ragosta, “Need A Favor” is one of 13 tracks on his debut album, Whitsitt Chapel. Released in June, Whitsitt Chapel became the largest country debut album in Billboard Consumption chart history—earning the singer-songwriter another milestone after he topped Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart for more than 28 weeks—the longest reign for an artist in the chart’s existence.
The 3X CMT Award-winning artist has had a history-making year, selling out the Ryman Auditorium as well as Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, earning two No. 1s at country radio and multi-week hits at rock simultaneously and releasing an all-access documentary of his life at home and on the road, Jelly Roll: Save Me (Hulu).
This latest achievement comes on the heels of Jelly Roll’s “Backroad Baptism Tour” launch, which heads to Virginia Beach, Milwaukee, Evansville, Omaha, Lubbock and many more cities through mid-October.
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