So far, “Blue Ain’t Your Color” is Keith Urban’s last number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Besides, the song is one of his sixteen number ones on the said chart. On the other hand, the song became his longest to peak at number one with a record of twelve weeks. Overall, it spent a total of thirty-one weeks on the chart.
Yes, “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” so far, is Keith Urban’s last to atop. Nevertheless, with his great talent and impact to the country music obsessives, surely, he will add more. Also, with conviction, he will surpass his record and have more longest number one singles to peak.
Blue Ain’t Your Color
Steven Lee Olsen, Hillary Lindsey, and Clint Lagerberg polled resources for the words and lyrics of “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” Keith Urban released the song on August 8, 2016, as part of his album “Ripcord.”
Besides peaking at number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, the song also peaked at number twenty-four on the Billboard Hot 100. On the other hand, “Blue Ain’t Your Color” received two nominations at the 59th Grammy Awards for “Best Country Solo Performance” and “Best Country Song.”
When Keith Urban releases new albums and singles, it creates a mark on the charts. Also, it leaves a great impact on listeners. These simply imply how established his name and image in the industry is. His songs are not just ballad, but also it gives us an upbeat tempo. With this, the audience can’t help but be caught by the rhythm.
‘Blue Ain’t Your Color” is a song to listen to when you’re feeling down. It instills a message of a brighter tomorrow that awaits everyone who dares to hope. Today’s situation perhaps can’t be modified, but you can do something to make your life far better than the present.
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