Chattanooga area-native Kane Brown continues his ride atop the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart.
His Gold-Certified self-titled debut album has now been on top for five weeks total having been there for the last three consecutive weeks.
Brown, who grew up in the North Georgia area and who also lived in Chattanooga, now joins Chris Stapleton as the only album debut in history to top the Billboard Country Charts for five total weeks. Brown is the first artist in the young year to achieve consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, and the only artist to top the Billboard Country album chart to date in 2018.
Also, Brown's No. 1 hit single, "What Ifs" has been officially certified RIAA double-platinum, and has more than 253 million total streams to date. Brown's current single, "Heaven," off his hit debut album is currently No. 3 on Billboard's Country Digital Song Chart, No. 8 On Demand Country Audio Streams and Top 30-and-climbing at country radio.