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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - NOVEMBER 09: Morgan Wallen attends The 56th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 09, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Morgan Wallen shatters records. This time it’s the number of songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 list.

Morgan Wallen owns music. Broad statement, I know, but his “One Thing At A Time” album has spent the last two weeks, not just on the chart, but shattering just about every music chart record there is.

His latest incredible achievement, according to Billboard, every single track from Morgan’s latest album are on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. He has 36 songs on his album. So, that’s easy math: it’s 36% of the entire chart! That’s gotta be a record, right? Right. It actually destroys the previous record of 27 set by Drake in 2018. Like I said – Morgan Wallen Shatters Records.

It’s a career year for Morgan Wallen – and we’re only half way through March.

  • Here are the tracks and where they're charting this week

    No. 1, “Last Night” (5-1, first week at No. 1)
    No. 7, “Thought You Should Know” (13-7, first week in top 10)
    No. 8, “You Proof” (21-8, after reaching No. 5 in October)
    No. 9, “Thinkin’ Bout Me”
    No. 10, “One Thing at a Time” (51-10, first week in top 10)
    No. 11, “Ain’t That Some”
    No. 14, “Everything I Love” (93-14, new high)
    No. 15, “Man Made a Bar” (feat. Eric Church)
    No. 18, “I Wrote the Book” (64-18, new high)
    No. 27, “’98 Braves”
    No. 29, “Devil Don’t Know”
    No. 30, “Sunrise”
    No. 32, “Born With a Beer in My Hand”
    No. 35, “Whiskey Friends”
    No. 38, “Tennessee Numbers”
    No. 40, “Cowgirls” (feat. ERNEST)
    No. 41, “Hope That’s True”
    No. 43, “Dying Man”
    No. 44, “Keith Whitley”
    No. 47, “In the Bible” (feat. HARDY)
    No. 48, “Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby)”
    No. 51, “Me + All Your Reasons”
    No. 52, “I Deserve a Drink”
    No. 53, “F150-50”
    No. 54, “Tennessee Fan” (re-entry, after reaching No. 49 in December)
    No. 56, “Single Than She Was”
    No. 59, “Wine Into Water”
    No. 61, “Days That End in Why” (re-entry, after reaching No. 57 in December)
    No. 63, “180 (Lifestyle)”
    No. 65, “Last Drive Down Main”
    No. 69, “Good Girl Gone Missin’ ”
    No. 71, “Me to Me”
    No. 72, “Money On Me”
    No. 75, “Had It”
    No. 76, “Outlook”
    No. 77, “Don’t Think Jesus” (re-entry, after debuting at its No. 7 high last April)

  • But that's not Morgan's only record in recent weeks. Check these out ...

    • He has the first country genre No. 1 on the “Billboard” Streaming Songs chart by a solo man, as “Last Night” shoots to the top of the March 18-dated survey. It’s also just the third country track to reach No. 1 in total since the chart launched in 2013.
    • Wallen owns 30 entries on the March 18-dated Streaming Songs, most of which come from “One Day at a Time”. As such, Wallen breaks Drake’s record for the most simultaneous appearances on Streaming Songs in one week.
    • On the “Billboard Hot 100”, he claims five of the chart’s top 10 – becoming the first core country act to claim half the top 10 in a single week, as well as only the sixth act overall ever to achieve the feat.
    • For 2023, Wallen has charted the most songs on the Hot 100 so far in the calendar year, vaulting from nine to 38 entries in that span, more than double the sum of runner-up SZA, with 16.

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