Jelly Roll Earns Fourth Consecutive No. 1 On Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart

Jelly Roll has earned his fourth consecutive No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart with “Halfway to Hell.”

The song, from his album Whitsitt Chapel, earned 33.2 million audience impressions in the May 30-June 6 tracking week, according to Luminate.

Whitsitt Chapel is the seventh solo studio album by the singer, rapper and songwriter, released in June last year.

The song was co-written by Roll, Jessie Jo Dillon, Jesse Frasure and Matt Jenkins.

Jelly Roll’s previous Country Airplay chart toppers are “Save Me,” featuring Lainey Wilson, “Need a Favor,” and “Son of a Sinner.”

Another highlight on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart dated June 15 is Morgan Wallen‘s “Cowgirls” featuring Ernest improving its ranking from No. 11 to No. 7. It marks Wallen’s 16th song to enter top 10. Half of them are from One Thing at a Time, released last year.

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