> Artist: Chris Stapleton
> Billboard Hot Country Songs peak position: 4
> Total Spotify plays: 55.4 million
Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Chris Stapleton has maintained his reputation as one of country music’s most popular musicians with the song “Millionaire” off his album “From A Room: Volume 2.” The single has earned Stapleton a Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance. Surprisingly, the song is one of two on the album not written by the singer. It was instead penned by songwriter Kevin Welch.
39. What If I Never Get Over You
> Artist: Lady Antebellum
> Billboard Hot Country Songs peak position: 5
> Total Spotify plays: 29.9 million
The five-time Grammy Award winners from Nashville have had 14 top 10 hits on the Hot Country Songs list, with their latest, “What If I Never Get Over You,” peaking at No. 5 in November.
38. Even Though I’m Leaving
> Artist: Luke Combs
> Billboard Hot Country Songs peak position: 2
> Total Spotify plays: 41.5 million
Hailing from Asheville, North Carolina, singer Luke Combs has been a favorite on country radio since releasing his debut album in 2017. His 2019 follow-up, “What You See Is What You Get,” has been similarly successful. The second single from the album, “Even Though I’m Leaving,” peaked at No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and No. 11 on the Hot 100 — which includes songs of all genres — making it the artist’s best performing song on that chart.
37. Some Of It
> Artist: Eric Church
> Billboard Hot Country Songs peak position: 7
> Total Spotify plays: 26.9 million
The North Carolina native has had 16 top 10 hits in the Hot Country Songs chart. The nine-time Grammy nominated singer-songwriter recently reached the country top 10 with “Some Of It,” an introspective song about learning life’s lessons. The song topped out at No. 7 in July.
36. Make It Sweet
> Artist: Old Dominion
> Billboard Hot Country Songs peak position: 8
> Total Spotify plays: 43.7 million
Old Dominion released their self-titled third studio album in 2019. The lead single, “Make It Sweet,” became the group’s seventh top 10 hit on the Hot Rock Songs chart, peaking at No. 8 in May. The catchy tune exists as a welcome reminder to make the most of life, even when it gets you down.