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The Prime 40 Nation Songs of August 2020 replicate an trade that pushed pause as soon as the pandemic began in March. A lot of the prime songs are older, with only a few launched since spring cracking the Prime 10.

Artists and their groups appeared to clinch up with information of the whole lot altering, leaving dry a properly of recent music and promotions. Three of the highest 4 songs on this checklist hit No. 1 on radio airplay charts earlier than August, began together with the No. 1 track which was a radio chart-topper in April. “I Hope” by Gabby Barrett is nation music’s most-streamed and most-purchased track proper now and — as a recurrent on nation radio — it is among the many 15 most performed. How may we not acknowledge that?

“One Margarita,” “Exhausting to Overlook” and “Bluebird” are three extra persistently discovered within the Prime 5 of gross sales and streaming charts, leaving Jason Aldean‘s “Received What I Received” as the one track nonetheless pushing for No. 1 within the first three spots of this month-to-month checklist. To discover a really new track it is advisable go all the best way to No. 10 (Morgan Wallen‘s “Extra Than My Hometown”) or No. 13 (Blake Shelton‘s “Glad Anyplace” with Gwen Stefani). Proper now, nation radio continues to be being dominated by music conceived and recorded properly earlier than 2020 started.

The checklist of Prime 40 Nation Songs of August 2020 is compiled from Billboard chart knowledge, streaming knowledge, gross sales figures, employees opinion and reader suggestions.

Extra Nation Prime 40: July 2020June 2020Might 2020April 2020March 2020February 2020 | January 2020December 2019November 2019October 2019September 2019 | Prime 10 Songs of All of 2020

Prime 40 Nation Songs for August 2020:

40. Dustin Lynch, “Momma’s Home”
39. Rascal Flatts, “How They Keep in mind You”
38. Maren Morris, “To Hell and Again”
37. Woman A, “Champagne Night time”
36. Kip Moore, “She’s Mine”
35. Kenny Chesney, “Glad Does”
34. Tenille Arts, “Someone Like That”
33. Kelsea Ballerini, “Gap Within the Bottle”
32. Outdated Dominion, “Some Folks Do”
31. Matt Stell, “In every single place However On”
30. Runaway June, “We Have been Wealthy”
29. Chase Rice, “Lonely If You Are”
28. Russell Dickerson, “Love You Like I Used To To”
27. Midland, “Cheatin’ Songs”
26. Jon Pardi, “Ain’t At all times the Cowboy”
25. Jameson Rodgers, “Some Ladies”
24. Hardy (Feat. Lauren Alaina, Devin Dawson), “One Beer”
23. Brad Paisley, “No I In Beer”
22. Florida Georgia Line, “I Love My Nation”
21. Parker McCollum, “Fairly Coronary heart”
20. Ashley McBryde, “One Night time Requirements”
19. Tim McGraw, “I Referred to as Mama” NEW HERE ON EARTH ALBUM DROPS AUG. 21!
18. Kane Brown, “Cool Once more”
17. LoCash, “One Huge Nation Music”
16. Eric Church, “Stick That In Your Nation Music”
15. Keith City, “God Whispered Your Identify”
14. Thomas Rhett and Pals, “Be a Mild”
13. Blake Shelton (Feat. Gwen Stefani), “Glad Anyplace” — HIGHEST DEBUT!
12. Justin Moore, “Why We Drink”
11. Luke Combs, “Lovin’ On You”
10. Morgan Wallen, “Extra Than My Hometown” BIGGEST JUMP, UP 15 SPOTS!
9. Chris Janson, “Performed”
8. Lee Brice, “One among Them Ladies”
7. Morgan Wallen, “Chasin’ You” 
6. Luke Bryan, “One Margarita”NEW BORN HERE, LIVE HERE, DIE HERE ALBUM DROPS AUG. 7!
5. Maddie & Tae, “Die From a Damaged Coronary heart”
4. Sam Hunt, “Exhausting to Overlook”
3. Jason Aldean, “Received What I Received”
2. Miranda Lambert, “Bluebird”
1. Gabby Barrett, “I Hope”RETURNS TO THE TOP 40!

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