Shaboozey, Drew Baldridge Earn Their First Country Airplay Chart Top 10s

Shaboozey scores his maiden top 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart (dated July 13), as his launch entry “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” jumps six spots to No. 6. It surged by 20% to 20.5 million audience impressions June 28-July 4, according to Luminate.

The track interpolates J-Kwon’s 2004 hip-hop classic “Tipsy,” with the pair performing a mash-up of the songs on June 30 at the 2024 BET Awards. The makeover by Virginia native Shaboozey (born Collins Obinna Chibueze) has already led the multimetric Hot Country Songs chart for three frames beginning in May.

The song is the lead single from Shaboozey’s LP Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going, which arrived at its No. 2 Top Country Albums high in June. The crossover hit is also the first song ever to go top 10 on all four of these charts: Country Airplay, Pop Airplay, Adult Pop Airplay and Rhythmic Airplay.

Baldridge Banks First Top 10

Drew Baldridge notches his first Country Airplay top 10 as his co-written “She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Reimagined)” pushes 11-10 (18.3 million, up 7%). The hit is a rerecording of the Patoka, Ill., native’s 2019 track “She’s Somebody’s Daughter” and marks his fifth entry on the chart.

In addition to writing, recording and touring, Baldridge is a radio personality, currently handling weekend shifts on Mt. Wilson Broadcasting’s KKGO Los Angeles.

‘Help’ Ties 2024’s Best

Post Malone’s “I Had Some Help,” featuring Morgan Wallen, controls Country Airplay for a third week (32.6 million, up less than 1%). The former’s first No. 1 and Wallen’s 13th ties for the longest command among the 15 leaders in 2024, joining Sam Hunt’s “Outskirts,” which started its reign in April.

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