Katelyn Brown scores her first entry around the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Sept. 24), as her duet together with her husband Kane Brown, “Thank God,” debuts at No. 22.
The song, released via Zone 4/RCA Nashville, arrives with 11.six million U.S. streams, 2.seven million radio airplay audience impressions and 16,000 downloads offered in the first week (Sept. 9-15), based on Luminate. It concurrently launches at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales with no. 12 on Streaming Songs.
The track also opens at No. 1 on Country Digital Song Sales, No. 4 on Country Streaming Songs with no. 5 around the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart, while jumping 49-35 on Country Airplay.
While Kane Brown includes a nearly decade-lengthy history on Billboard‘s rankings, “Thank God” earns Katelyn, a singer-songwriter in their right, her first chart appearance. Katelyn went after a solo career being an R&B/pop artist before meeting Kane and finished Berklee College of Music in 2019.
“Thank God” comes from Kane’s new LP Different Man, which debuts at No. 2 on the top Country Albums with no. 5 around the Billboard 200 with 46,000 equivalent album units.
The song earns Kane his twelfth top 40 hit around the Hot 100 and the twelfth top ten on Hot Country Songs. Particularly, just one other husband-and-wife duet has arrived at the very best five of Hot Country Songs this century: Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris’ “Chasing After You” hit No. 3 in 2021. (Before they married in 2021, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani arrived at the very best five with “Nobody But You” and “Happy Anywhere,” peaking at Nos. 2 and three in 2020, correspondingly.)
The Browns are presently on the highway in to the spring on Kane’s Fortunate & Free Tour, after which on his Drunk or Dreaming Tour. The tours include support from Dustin Lynch, Gabby Barrett and LoCash.