Keith Urban’s “We Were Us,” featuring Miranda Lambert, has topped the US Country singles charts giving the four-time Grammy Award winner his 16th No. 1 song and Miranda Lambert her fourth Billboard #1 hit.
It is the first male/female duet to reach No. 1 in more than two years. The last collaboration of that nature happened in 2011 when Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood’s “Remind Me" did so. "We Were Us" is the second single from Urban's Fusealbum to top the charts. Fuse debuted atop the Billboard Top 200 All-Genre Album Chart upon its release and marked the first time that a male country artist debuted at No. 1 in the United States, Canada and Australia simultaneously.
Rounding out the rest of the Top 10 on the country singles charts are songs by Joe Nichols ("Sunny and 75" at No. 2), Blake Shelton ("Mine Would Be You" at No. 3), Parmalee ("Carolina" at No. 4), Eli Young Band ("Drunk Last Night" at No. 5), Darius Rucker ("Radio" at No. 6), The Band Perry ("Don't Let Me Be Lonely" at No. 7), Taylor Swift ("Red" at No. 8), Florida Georgia Line ("Stay" at No. 9 on Billboard, while Tim McGraw's former chart-topper "Southern Girl" claims the No. 9 position on Mediabase) and the Zac Brown Band ("Sweet Annie" at No. 10).