Kane Brown solidified his place in country music after notching his second career No. 1 song with “Heaven.”
After climbing its way week after week to the top of the list, “Heaven” finally claimed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart to Brown’s delight. Knocking off the pop-country crossover success of “Meant to Be” by Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha, the accomplishment tasted that much sweeter to Brown and his team.
Can officially say I have my 2nd number 1 at Radio!!! 🎉 🙏🏽 thank you to everyone who made it possible!!!
— Kane Brown (@kanebrown) May 12, 2018
“Can officially say I have my 2nd number 1 at Radio!!! thank you to everyone who made it possible,” Brown tweeted excitedly to his followers.
“Heaven” happens to be the singer’s fourth single off his self-titled debut album, which released a deluxe version of the record in 2017. Previously, Brown’s duet with Lauren Alaina, “What Ifs,” also earned a No. 1 accolade, while “Thunder in the Rain” and “Used to Love You Sober” charted.
Brown will stay pretty busy throughout the summer, with dates booked on both Chris Young’s Losing Sleep World Tour and Brad Paisley’s Weekend Warrior Tour. Fans can keep up to date about all the concerts on Brown’s schedule through his official website.