Tracy Chapman tops Billboard’s Country Songwriters chart

1686834597 Tracy Chapman tops Billboards Country Songwriters chart
Tracy Chapman tops Billboards Country Songwriters chart
Tracy Chapman tops Billboard’s Nation Songwriters chart

Luke Combs’ rendition of Tracy Chapman’s iconic hit “Quick Automobile” has propelled Tracy Chapman to the highest of Billboard’s Nation Songwriters chart. Within the June seventeenth version, Chapman made a big leap from No. 3 to assert the No. 1 place.

Combs’ rendition of the music, for which Chapman is the only real credited songwriter, maintains its peak place at No. 2 on the Scorching Nation Songs chart and rises from eighth to 4th on the Billboard Scorching 100.

Combs’ cowl surpassed even Chapman’s authentic recording, which reached No. 6 on the Scorching 100 in 1988.

The success of Combs’ cowl continues to soar, with vital progress throughout a number of platforms. The music acquired 34.2 million radio airplay viewers impressions, a 30% improve, and skilled surges in nation, pop, and grownup codecs.

It additionally amassed 20.2 million U.S. streams (up 1%) and sells 9,000 downloads (up 4%) in the course of the week of June 2-8, as reported by Luminate.

Tracy Chapman has made her mark on the Scorching 100 with 5 entries as a billed recording artist. Alongside “Quick Automobile,” which peaked at No. 6 in 1988, her different charting songs embrace “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution” (No. 75, 1988), “Child Can I Maintain You” (No. 48, 1988), “Crossroads” (No. 90, 1989), and “Give Me One Purpose” (No. 3, 1996).

Combs’ model of “Quick Automobile” marked the third model of Chapman’s breakthrough music to make an look on the Scorching 100, following her authentic recording and Jonas Blue’s dance cowl that includes Dakota, which peaked at No. 98 in 2016.

Chapman made her chart debut along with her eponymous debut album, which entered the Billboard 200 on April 30, 1988. “Quick Automobile” adopted, making appearances on the Grownup Modern and Mainstream Rock Airplay charts in Might, and subsequently on the Scorching 100 in June.