This week, Brantley Gilbert tops the Country radio charts for a third time with his latest single, “Bottoms Up." The tune, which he co-wrote with Brett James and Justin Weaver, has already sold over 1 million downloads and has garnered over 14.2 million views with the accompanying video.
Earlier this year the tune scored the #1 spot on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, marking Gilbert's second ascend since "Country Must Be Country Wide." The Hot Country Songs chart, published weekly by Billboard, collects data from Nielsen BDS along with digital sales and streaming.
"Bottoms Up" is the lead single from Gilbert's upcoming album, Just As I Am, hitting stores on May 19. Fans can catch Gilbert on the road on his Let It Ride Tour this summer.
Finishing out the Top 10 on the charts are songs by Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Jerrod Niemann (who topped the charts the past two weeks), Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Brett Eldredge, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban.