Cole Swindell Logs Fourth No. 1 Single With “You Should Be Here”

Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” rolls into the top bunk on Billboard’s country airplay chart after a 15-week week climb. It is his fourth No. 1 song.

And Joey + Rory’s Hymns is demonstrating it still has plenty of staying power as it hold the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s country albums chart for the third consecutive week. Nielsen SoundScan reports it has now sold 238,013 copies.

The highest-debuting album is the Kane Brown EP, Chapter 1, which bows in at No. 3.

There are five other new albums to acknowledge — Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots’ The Critics Give It 5 Stars (arriving at No. 4), the multi-artist anthology, Southern Family (No. 5), Wade Bowen’s Then Sings My Soul: Songs for My Mother (No. 18), the self-titled EP William Michael Morgan (No. 28) and the various artists collection, Wayfaring Strangers: Cosmic American Music (No. 48).

Lee Brice’s I Don’t Dance returns to the chart at No. 42.

Kenny Chesney owns the week’s highest-charting new song, “Noise,” which parts the curtain at No. 21. Other newbies are Chase Rice’s “Whisper” (No. 58) and Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots’ “Fishin’ With My Dad” (No. 60).

Lauren Alaina’s “Next Boyfriend” returns at No. 43, and Clare Dunn’s “Tuxedo” bounces back into action at No. 59.

The No. 2 album is Chris Stapleton’s evergreen Traveller.

Rounding out the Top 5 songs cluster, in descending order, are Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk on Your Love,” Rascal Flatts’ “I Like the Sound of That,” Florida Georgia Line’s “Confession” and Chase Bryant’s “Little Bit of You.”

Last week’s No. 1 song, the Zac Brown Band’s “Beautiful Drug” now stands at No. 6.

Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and is a frequent contributor to