The Top 40 country songs for February 2022 definitely show what country listeners are playing on repeat right now – with a team-up that first grew out of a blossoming friendship taking over the top spot. Well, after many months, Walker Hayes finally gave way to his fellow country stars as Jordan Davis and Luke Bryan are now celebrating a No. 1 single.
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Meanwhile, Chris Stapleton’s “You Should Probably Leave” means to stay as it is now closing in on the top of the country charts, as well.
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Of course, how could we ever miss new tracks from our beloved artists like Maren Morris, Luke Bryan, and hitmaker ERNEST, who is now turning heads on both sides of the singer-songwriter game. So, keep on scrolling below to find some brand-new favorite songs.
1. Buy Dirt by Jordan Davis featuring Luke Bryan
“Buy Dirt” finally managed to dethrone Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” after its 24-week run atop Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, giving Davis his first multi-week No. 1 at country radio.
2. You Should Probably Leave by Chris Stapleton
Meanwhile, Stapleton’s song – which he co-wrote with songwriters Ashley Gorley and Chris DuBois more than ten years ago – is also garnering ample interest. It currently ranks No. 1 as country radio’s most added song.
3. Fancy Like by Walker Hayes
This irresistible tune definitely made a historic hit last year. Several months later, it’s still on top of its game – holding the third spot of this list, nice and strong.
4. If I Didn’t Love You by Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood
Here we have another multi-week chart-topper, “If I Didn’t Love You,” from two of the biggest names in Music City. The heartbreaking ballad definitely tugged the hearts of country fans as Aldean and Underwood sing about what it’s like to love someone so deeply but not be able to be with them.
5. Sand in My Boots by Morgan Wallen
Wallen gracefully returns to the top of country charts with “Sand in My Boots,” the third single off his second studio album Dangerous: The Double Album, which reigned as the top title on the 2021 year-end all-genre Billboard 200 Albums recap.
6. Thinking ‘Bout You by Dustin Lynch Featuring Lauren Alaina or Mackenzie Porter
Lynch breathed a new life to a track he first shared on his Tullahoma album – this time with Nashville newcomer MacKenzie Porter. The smoldering power duet featuring the duo’s undeniable chemistry helped them both kick-off 2022 by reaching a career milestone with “Thinking ‘Bout You.”
7. One Mississippi by Kane Brown
Brown definitely knows how to make a buzz with a brand-new track, even if he’s just counting in a fancy way. In the song, Brown keeps on running into a woman with whom he has an on-and-off romance – but with some bourbon, things escalated pretty quickly.
8. ‘Til You Can’t by Cody Johnson
The Texan country singer recently performed “‘Til You Can’t” – which is from his latest album, Human the Double Album – on the Kelly Clarkson Show. It helped the song gain even more attention on country radio.
9. To Be Loved by You by Parker McCollum
Inspired by a difficult chapter he went through with his now-fiancée Hallie Ray Light, McCollum wrote this song about navigating the challenging times in a passionate relationship – something we’re all pretty familiar with.
10. Freedom Was a Highway by Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley
After Allen performed CBS’ New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash, streams for “Freedom Was A Highway” surged in an unbelievable way. Well, it’s no surprise as the song teamed up two of the hottest voices in Nashville today.
11. AA by Walker Hayes
There’s no stopping for Walker Hayes now as he shares his brand-new single he co-wrote with talented songwriting team Shane McAnally and Luke Laird. Like his viral hit “Fancy Like,” this song is still infectious but with somber lyrics about the grind of daily life.
12. Half of My Hometown by Kelsea Ballerini and Kenny Chesney
Ballerini teamed up with Chesney for this track that’s both wistfully longing for home and grateful for leaving. It’s a feeling that plenty of listeners can identify.
13. Heart On Fire by Eric Church
Church just also released the music video for “Heart on Fire,” and it got fans looking at his iconic career. This song was actually released as the third single from his seventh studio album, Heart & Soul.
14. Beers on Me by Dierks Bentley, Breland & HARDY
This summer sorrow-drowning track will definitely soon be your favorite jam! Bentley has recruited singers Hardy and Breland to blow off some steam in this laid-back ode.
15. Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) by Elle King & Miranda Lambert
Two talented and empowered women in one powerful song? Well, what more could we ask for? As expected, the collaboration took the country music scene by storm – gaining over a hundred streams worldwide.
Here Are Some More Hits To Complete The Top 40 Country Songs for February 2022
- Doin’ This by Luke Combs
- All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift
- 23 by Sam Hunt
- Never Say Never by Cole Swindell/Lainey Wilson
- Circles Around This Town by Maren Morris
- Home Sweet by Russell Dickerson
- Come Back As A Country Boy by Blake Shelton
- Never Wanted to Be That Girl by Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde
- If I Was A Cowboy by Miranda Lambert
- Slow Down Summer by Thomas Rhett
- Flower Shops by ERNEST featuring Morgan Wallen
- Give Heaven Some Hell by Hardy
- Trouble With A Heartbreak by Jason Aldean
- Pick Me Up by Gabby Barrett
- Truth About You by Mitchell Tenpenny
- I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift Featuring Chris Stapleton
- It’s ‘Cause I Am by Callista Clark
- U Gurl by Walker Hayes
- Wild Hearts by Keith Urban
- Getting Over Him by Lauren Alaina Duet With Jon Pardi
- Steal My Love by Dan + Shay
- Wishful Drinking by Ingrid Andress with Sam Hunt
- Take My Name by Parmalee
- Best Thing Since Backroads by Jake Owen
- Up by Luke Bryan
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