Lainey Wilson’s “Heart Like a Truck” ascends to the top 10 on Billboard’s streaming-, airplay and sales based Hot Country Songs chart, giving the singer-songwriter her fourth career-opening hit in the tier. On the chart dated Jan. 21, it climbs from No. 12 to No. 8.
Wilson co-penned “Truck” with Trannie Anderson and Dallas Wilson, and it was produced by Jay Joyce.
The song drew 8.8 million official streams (up 1%) and sold 4,000 downloads in the U.S. in Jan. 6-12, according to Luminate. On Country Airplay, it rolls 13-12 for a new high (16.4 million impressions, up 14%, in the same span).
Concurrently, Wilson’s featured turn on HARDY‘s “Wait in the Truck” ranks at No. 11 after hitting No. 7 in November. On Country Airplay, it pushes 14-13 (15.3 million, up 12%). Plus, it attracted 9.9 million clicks and sold 4,000 in the tracking week.
Wilson debuted with “Things a Man Oughta Know,” which reached No. 3 on Hot Country Songs and led Country Airplay for a week in September 2021. Sophomore single “Never Say Never,” with Cole Swindell, peaked at No. 2 last April, while dominating Country Airplay for two frames in April-May. As Wilson scored her second of two Country Airplay No. 1s, Swindell earned the 11th of his 12 to-date.
‘Gone’ Goes Top 10
On Country Digital Song Sales, Luke Combs banks his 27th top 10 as “Going, Going, Gone,” jumps 16-10, up 9% to 2,000 sold. His haul of top 10s includes eight No. 1s, most recently “The Kind of Love We Make” for three weeks after opening atop the ranking last July.
On Hot Country Songs, “Gone” ranks at No. 7, after reaching a No. 6 high, with 9.9 million streams. On Country Airplay, it holds at No. 11 (18.9 million, up 18%).
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