The eye of the success storm looks clear as day for Luke Combs as he stays locked into the No. 1 spot on the country charts with his hit, “Hurricane.”
Marking the first time since Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” held the top slot for more than one week as a debut single, Combs continues to blow the competition away with his rocking tune. Topping the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts for the second consecutive week, the country up-and-comer seems to be storming his way through.
Combs takes the place of an even more remarkable move by overcoming Darius Rucker as the first debut solo male to stick in the No. 1 position for a multi-week moment.
When Combs previously found out he had reached the coveted place on the charts, he sent a shoutout to fans and country radio for standing by his side during his whirlwind climb.
“Songs carried me here and today is a wild dream come true. To my friends at country radio, thank you for believing and spinning. To the fans, you loved ‘Hurricane’ first and most – this one’s for ya’ll,” Combs said.
Next up on Combs’ plate is the release of his debut record, This One’s For You, which fans can find out everywhere on June 2.