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Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay are the two main charts that rank the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. As of the issue of Billboard dated October 27, 29 different songs have held the top position on Country Airplay in 2018, while only one has held the position on Hot Country Songs. The positions are based on weekly data submitted to the magazine by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems. In 2018, the Country Airplay chart began with "Like I Loved You" by Brett Young holding the top position, while "Meant to Be" by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line continued to hold the top position on Hot Country Songs, continuing a run that began on the chart dated December 16, 2017. As of the issue of Billboard dated November 10, the song has held the top position on Country Songs for the entirety of 2018, while also holding a single week at the top of Country Airplay for April 28. Several artists have achieved their first number-one Country Airplay singles in 2018: Maren Morris had her first solo number-one single with "I Could Use a Love Song" on the chart dated January 20, after having previously topped the chart as a featured artist on Thomas Rhett's "Craving You" in July 2017. Russell Dickerson had his first number one with "Yours" on the chart dated January 27, Scotty McCreery with "Five More Minutes" on the chart dated March 3, Chris Stapleton with "Broken Halos" on March 24, Jordan Davis with "Singles You Up" on the chart dated April 21, Bebe Rexha with "Meant to Be" on the chart dated April 28, and Morgan Wallen with "Up Down" on June 30. David Lee Murphy also had his first number one single since 1995 with "Everything's Gonna Be Alright", a duet with Kenny Chesney. The longest-tenured number one single on Country Airplay in 2018 is "She Got the Best of Me" by Luke Combs, with four weeks spent at the top.

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