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Jelly Roll’s ‘Halfway to Hell’ Enters Country Airplay Top 10

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Jelly Roll’s ‘Halfway to Hell’ Enters Country Airplay Top 10

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Jelly Roll adds his fourth top 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart as “Halfway to Hell” rides 11-9 on the list dated May 4. The song increased by 11% to 20.3 million audience impressions in the April 19-25 tracking week, according to Luminate.

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Jelly Roll co-authored the song with Jessie Jo Dillon, Jesse Frasure and Matt Jenkins. It’s the first track on the country star’s album Whitsitt Chapel, which entered Top Country Albums at No. 2 last June with the largest week – 90,000 equivalent album units in the United States – for an initial entry since the survey transitioned to a consumption-based methodology (from one based on pure sales) in February 2017.

“Halfway to Hell” follows three straight Country Airplay leaders for Jelly Roll: “Save Me,” with Lainey Wilson, which reigned for two frames last December; “Need a Favor” (four weeks, starting in August 2023); and his rookie entry, “Son of a Sinner” (one week, January 2023).

Jelly Roll has an additional song on the May 4 ranking: Dustin Lynch’s “Chevrolet” (Broken Bow), on which he’s featured, pushes 24-22 for a new high (6.6 million, up 19%).

‘Outskirts’ Still In

Sam Hunt’s “Outskirts” dominates Country Airplay for a second week with 31.7 million impressions in the tracking week (down 5%). The song, which he co-authored, becomes the second of his 10 No. 1s to lead for more than one week, after “Body Like a Back Road” ruled for three frames in May 2017. That crossover hit also dominated the streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart for a then-record 34 weeks through October 2017.

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