February 5

The Top 40 Country Songs For February 2024 That You Need To Check Out

Zach Bryan and Kacey Musgraves’ collaboration of “I Remember Everything” continues to soar high as it still ranks No. 1 on the list of top 40 country songs for February 2024. After all, it will be difficult to find a vocal performance as enchanting as these two artists.

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There are also new entries to this month’s playlist, such as Tyler Hubbard’s feel-good new single “Back Then Right Now,” a nostalgic track that finds Hubbard yearning for the different staples of yesteryears. There’s also Wyatt Flores’ “Please Don’t Go” and the collaboration of Dylan Marlowe and Dylan Scott called “Boys Back Home.”

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Well, it’s time to brace yourself for a thrilling ride as we dive into the sensational lineup of the top 40 country songs for February 2024. Let the melodies whisk you away on a journey through the heart and soul of this month’s chart-topping hits!

1. I Remember Everything by Zach Bryan, Featuring Kacey Musgraves

This emotive and evocative ballad, chronicling a past summer romance, continues to captivate and resonate with many listeners. The combination of Zach Bryan’s reputation for intense songwriting and Kacey Musgraves’ signature elements of yearning absolutely created an irresistible and noteworthy blend in “I Remember Everything.” 

2. Last Night by Morgan Wallen

Morgan Wallen comes right on the second spot with “Last Night,” a song about relationship struggles. It undoubtedly resonates with a multitude of listeners as Wallen shares a tough talk he had with his romantic partner after a night of drinking.

3. Thinkin’ Bout Me by Morgan Wallen

Here’s a new song after a breakup from Morgan Wallen. In this song, he’s wondering if his ex-girlfriend ever thinks about him when she’s with her new boyfriend. He is more than confident that he’s not easy to forget. 

4. Fast Car by Luke Combs

Luke Combs frequently included “Fast Car” in his live performances. His fans have then passionately begged him to officially record the song throughout the years – until he eventually fulfilled their request. Well, as expected, the song took off the moment it was released.

5. White Horse by Chris Stapleton

“White Horse” has been consistently taking over the radio waves in the past few weeks. Fans definitely love how Chris Stapleton has showcased the bluesy sound and gritty vocals that he has become known for in this song.

6. World On Fire by Nate Smith

Nate Smith rocks out to this captivating anthem, “World On Fire.” In this song, Smith uses flames as a metaphor to describe a relationship that has been completely destroyed. And it absolutely thrilled music listeners that it didn’t take long to rank No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay.

7. Need a Favor by Jelly Roll

If you’re someone who hasn’t folded your hands and bowed your head in a while, then this country rock song is something you’ll surely relate to. “Need a Favor” tells the story of a man facing the imminent loss of the love of his life. In a moment of desperation, he turns to God, seeking a favor, even if he believes he’s not worthy of it.

8. Pretty Little Poison by Warren Zeiders

Warren Zeiders said this is his favorite song he has ever written. “Pretty Little Poison” explores the theme of succumbing to temptation in the realm of love and toxicity. It delves into the struggle of choosing something or someone despite the awareness that it will eventually hurt you.

9. Save Me by Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson

Here’s a collaboration we never knew we needed. Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson teamed up in “Save Me,” where the two take great pride in showcasing another element of their artistry. In the song, the two talented artists find themselves trying to escape this harmful pattern that feels like a constant uphill battle, persistently resisting any progress.

10. Wild Ones by Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll

Here’s a classic outlaw song where Jessie Murph and Jelly Roll blend genres and rev up the speed as they sing about the liberating feeling of hitting the open road. Like modern-day Bonnie and Clyde, they embark on the journey with nothing to lose, casting aside caution and embracing the spontaneity of living in the present moment.

11. Truck Bed by HARDY

Meanwhile, HARDY finds himself waking up in the back of his truck in “Truck Bed” after he was kicked out of his own house by his girlfriend. He acknowledges that he made a big mistake and knows he should face some significant consequences.

12. Where The Wild Things Are by Luke Combs

Here, Luke Combs weaves a story through the eyes of a young man whose brother lives a free-spirited life. Throughout the song, he sings of how his brother departs their hometown, relocates to the western part of the country, and goes through an adventure. However, the ending will quite shock you.

13. The Painter by Cody Johnson

Cody Johnson has recently unveiled the much-anticipated music video for “The Painter,” and it absolutely lives up to the sweet expectations we had for it. It unfolds with the charm of a timeless love tale, showcasing a couple meeting for the first time at a bar. Then, everything kicks off with a younger Cody Johnson approaching a woman, representing his now-wife, and asking her to dance.

14. Burn It Down by Parker McCollum

Parker McCollum displayed fervor as he vividly imagined transforming the memories of a recently ended relationship into smoldering coals. “Burn It Down” finds McCollum determined to leave the past behind and start fresh, leaving behind the ghost of his past lover for good. If this isn’t intense enough for you, we don’t know what is.

15. Different ‘Round Here by Riley Green, Featuring Luke Combs

Riley Green originally recorded “Different ‘Round Here” for his debut album in 2019. Although it was never released, it became and has remained a fan favorite. Now, Green recruits Luke Combs for a reprised version, in which they deliver a heartfelt message to the special spot where he and folks like him find solace and comfort.

The celebration of the top 40 country songs for February 2024 definitely doesn’t here. Here are some more tracks to make this playlist a perfect companion for the month ahead.

  1. Man Made A Bar by Morgan Wallen Featuring Eric Church
  2. Hey Driver by Zach Bryan, Featuring The War and Treaty
  3. I Can Feel It by Kane Brown
  4. Save Me The Trouble by Dan + Shay
  5. 23 by Chayce Beckham
  6. We Don’t Fight Anymore by Carly Pearce Featuring Chris Stapleton
  7. Wondering Why by The Red Clay Strays
  8. Rich Men North of Richmond by Oliver Anthony Music
  9. Mamaw’s House by Thomas Rhett, Featuring Morgan Wallen
  10. Coal by Dylan Gossett
  11. Mind On You by George Birge
  12. Wildflowers and Wild Horses by Lainey Wilson
  13. All I Need Is You by Chris Janson
  14. In Your Love by Tyler Childers
  15. We Ride by Bryan Martin
  16. Creek Will Rise by Conner Smith
  17. Tucson Too Late by Jordan Davis
  18. I’m Not Pretty by Megan Moroney
  19. Fearless (The Echo) by Jackson Dean
  20. Sarah’s Place by Zach Bryan, Featuring Noah Kahan
  21. Glory Days by Gabby Barrett
  22. Outskirts by Sam Hunt
  23. Please Don’t Go by Wyatt Flores
  24. Boys Back Home by Dylan Marlowe & Dylan Scott
  25. Back Then Right Now by Tyler Hubbard

Truly, the top 40 country songs for February 2024 are a testament to the diverse and captivating stories that the genre continues to tell. From heartfelt ballads to foot-stomping anthems, each song encapsulates the essence of country music. How about you? Which one stood out the most to you?


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