Jelly Roll’s “Halfway To Hell” Secures #1 On Official Country Radio Chart

Jelly Roll scores a new #1 on this week’s listing.

Halfway to Hell audio cover | Stoney Creek/BMG

Jelly Roll returns to #1 at country radio this week, as his “Halfway To Hell” rises to the top of the Mediabase country radio singles listing.

The song, which was #2 last week, seizes the throne from Bailey Zimmerman’s “Where It Ends.”

Along with ruling for chart points, “Halfway To Hell” dominantly ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and heard song for the June 2-8 tracking period. It received ~9,638 spins (+1,112) and ~40.6 million audience impressions.

Kenny Chesney’s “Take Her Home” rises one spot to #2 this week, while “Where It Ends” drops to #3. Post Malone & Morgan Wallen’s “I Had Some Help” holds at #4, and Ashley Cooke’s “your place” stays at #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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