The year 2020 has been very tough for the majority of us, but for country singer Luke Bryan, it’s the year when he was able to accomplish another milestone in his career.
Bryan released a new single that would be included in his up and coming studio album “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here.” It’s his 25th single in his career to reach the number 1 spot on Billboard Country Airplay. This was followed by “Knockin’ Boots” and “What She Wants Tonight.” Both belong to the same studio album and are also chart-toppers.
Perfect Theme for the Summer
Luke Bryan’s new single “One Margarita” was his 25th number-one hit song and his 3rd straight on top. Bryan’s music video theme was all about chilling and having a great time. The singers added that it’s what people need now, a moment to let go.
True to the intension that “One Margarita” is the perfect summer song, the music video featured Bryan having fun with his friends in the tropics, just like the typical summer vacation that we all planned for.
To add to the light and fun vibe, they included one of Luke Bryan’s live performances of “Crash My Playa” in Mexico before the pandemic hits. The timing to shoot that part of his music video was perfect as the event was filled with smiles as they groove to their idol’s music.
Here’s the official music video for Luke Bryan’s “One Margarita.”
Ruling the Charts This Week
Due to its catchy tune, “One Margarita” is now the most played song on the digital charts. It’s the collaborative work of Michael Carter, Matt Dragstrem, and Josh Thompson. After it gave Bryan his 25th number-one hit, he could not be more grateful.
Bryan said that it’s been fun watching his fans’ affirmative responses on social media. He could almost imagine how it would be more fun to perform “One Margarita” at a live show.
To show his appreciation, Bryan posted on his social network a video of him thanking all of his fans who stayed with him over the years. The country superstar also expressed the shock that he had after reaching his 25th top hit song. He said that it was an achievement that he never thought would be possible to ever attain in his career. Since “Do I” in 2009, Luke Bryan has consistently racked more number one hits for the next 11 years.