July 3

The Top 40 Country Songs For July 2023 That You Need To Check Out

This list of top 40 country songs for July 2023 is absolutely a breath of fresh air. It contains new entries from our old-time favorites, such as Parker McCollum, Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Chris Young, Sam Hunt, and Kelsea Ballerini. A brand-new duet between country superstars Carly Pearce and Chris Stapleton even made it to the list – which seems an instant contender for a series of big awards.

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Meanwhile, Morgan Wallen continues to prove that he is an absolute superstar. In addition to being the pack’s leader, ten of his songs are sitting pretty on this list. His album, One Thing at a Time, is actually currently enjoying its 14th week atop the Billboard 200 albums chart. Isn’t he just amazing?

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Following Wallen closely on the second spot is none other than Luke Combs, whose song “Fast Car” just reached No. 2 on Billboard Hot 100. Combs is making history with Wallen being the two country stars to simultaneously occupy the two spots on the all-genre chart for the first time in over forty years.

Well, there’s so much more you’ll love on this list. So, without further ado, let us bring you the top 40 country songs for July 2023. Keep on scrolling below to find out.

1. Last Night by Morgan Wallen

Morgan Wallen continues his streak of No. 1’s, with “Last Night” being the fastest to reach the top of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. From the moment it was released, this song about relationship struggles quickly became a fan favorite. 

Well, that’s no surprise, as its buzz-worthy lyrics are just so hard to resist. It has all the ingredients we have grown to enjoy in Wallen’s music.

2. Fast Car by Luke Combs

Meanwhile, here’s Luke Combs’ unexpected cover of Tracy Chapman’s classic hit “Fast Car.” Combs’ version of the song has done the unthinkable as it ranked No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100, passing the original track’s No. 6 peak on the same chart. 

The song is now the fastest-rising single of Combs’ already top-flight career,

3. Something In The Orange by Zach Bryan

Rising country star Zach Bryan has spent the last year steadily crossing over to the mainstream as his online viral success turned into massive streaming numbers. He’s adding another big item to his chart resumé with this breakup ballad, “Something in the Orange.”

4. Need a Favor by Jelly Roll

Lucky for us, Jelly Roll frequently translates his life-altering experiences and struggles into raw, intuitive lyricism, such as “Need a Favor,” featured in his recently released album, Whitsitt Chapel. It is part of Jelly Roll’s return to his Nashville roots that are so far welcoming him warmly.

5. You Proof by Morgan Wallen 

Morgan Wallen’s candid mix of liquor and forgetting an ex is truly a hit to country fans. In fact, “You Proof,” which finds him drinking away the memory of a broken relationship, made a record for spending ten consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

6. Thinkin’ Bout Me by Morgan Wallen

“Thinkin’ Bout Me” is another post-breakup song by Morgan Wallen, which finds him wondering if his former girlfriend thinks of him whenever she’s with her new man. Sadly, he is having difficulty letting go of her – a theme Wallen sings best. 

7. Next Thing You Know by Jordan Davis

This viral hit continues reigning in the hearts of many country fans everywhere, giving them a sweet little slice of life in under three minutes. “Next Thing You Know” has since been Jordan Davis’s fastest-rising single.

8. Dancin’ In The Country by Tyler Hubbard

Tyler Hubbard has been going full speed since he embarked on a new chapter as a solo artist. And his latest single, “Dancin’ In The Country” – in which Keith Urban had a hand in writing – is proof.

9. Religiously by Bailey Zimmerman 

Bailey Zimmerman explores the shadows of love’s dark side in “Religiously.” The bona fide hitmaker shows heartfelt emotion as he grieves for the mistakes that led to the heartbreaking loss of the only person who truly believed in him.

10. Memory Lane by Old Dominion

This upbeat summer melody will surely find you reminiscing about the past. According to Old Dominion’s frontman Matthew Ramsey, the song was written out of the memories that provide a sense of comfort and nostalgia. 

11. Tennessee Orange by Megan Moroney

Even before Megan Moroney released “Tennessee Orange” as a debut single – and before she was even an unsigned artist – the song was already popular with country listeners. The surefire hit fueled her rise and catapulted the Georgia native into the spotlight.

12. Love You Anyway by Luke Combs 

Luke Combs’ latest single, “Love You Anyway,” quickly became a huge hit. Well, there’s no doubt about that, as fans chose it. The country singer conducted a poll on his social media, giving his fans a chance to choose what would be his next radio hit, and this romantic ballad was a sure win.

13. Bury Me In Georgia by Kane Brown

This stomping ode finds Kane Brown singing about wanting only one thing when he dies – and this is not money or fame but a simple wish of being buried in Georgia. What a fantastic way to salute his Southern roots – something other Georgians will surely pick up on.

14. It Matters To Her by Scotty McCreery

Scotty McCreery wrote this romantic ode alongside Lee Thomas Miller and country singer-songwriter Rhett Akins as a tribute to his wife and childhood sweetheart, Gabi. The song’s music video even featured home footage from Gabi’s pregnancy stage, leading all the way to the birth of their baby boy.

15. Your Heart Or Mine by Jon Pardi

This edgy, fiddle-heavy track got what it takes to be a country hit – whiskey, wine, and late-night phone calls to an ex-lover. It’s no surprise Jon Pardi is fast ascending the country charts with “Your Heart Or Mine,” which finds him in a push-and-pull cycle of a relationship.

Well, we’re far from over. Here are more of the top 40 country songs for July 2023 to complete this list. Check them out below!

  1. You, Me, & Whiskey by Justin Moore & Priscilla Block
  2. Cowgirls by Morgan Wallen Featuring ERNEST
  3. Save Me by Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson 
  4. Truck Bed by HARDY
  5. Ain’t That Some by Morgan Wallen
  6. Girl In Mine by Parmalee
  7. Everything I Love by Morgan Wallen
  8. I Wrote The Book by Morgan Wallen
  9. Drinkaby by Cole Swindell
  10. Watermelon Moonshine by Lainey Wilson
  11. Everything She Ain’t by Hailey Whitters
  12. Angels Don’t Always Have Wings by Thomas Rhett
  13. Man Made A Bar by Morgan Wallen Featuring Eric Church
  14. We Don’t Fight Anymore by Carly Pearce, Featuring Chris Stapleton
  15. Sunrise by Morgan Wallen
  16. Looking For You by Chris Young
  17. But I Got A Beer In My Hand by Luke Bryan
  18. Can’t Have Mine by Dylan Scott
  19. Standing Room Only by Tim McGraw
  20. ‘98 Braves by Morgan Wallen
  21. If You Go Down (I’m Going Down Too) by Kelsea Ballerini
  22. Outskirts by Sam Hunt
  23. Something’s Gonna Kill Me by Corey Kent
  24. You by Dan + Shay
  25. Burn It Down by Parker McCollum

There you go, the top 40 country songs for July 2023! Did your favorite songs make it to the list? 


Bailey Zimmerman, Jelly Roll, Jordan Davis, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, old dominion, Tyler Hubbard, Zach Bryan

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