In , Billboard magazine published two main charts ranking the top-performing country music songs in the United States. The Hot Country Songs chart ranked songs based on digital downloads , streaming , and airplay not only from country stations but from stations of all formats, a methodology introduced the previous year. After falling from the top spot at the end of January, the song rebounded to the top in April, beginning a run of 19 consecutive weeks at number one. Its final total was 24 weeks at the top of the chart, breaking the record for the most cumulative weeks spent atop one of Billboard ' s country charts which had stood for nearly 60 years.
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The top hits on the Top 40 Country Songs for June list resemble May's collection, but there is a big change at the top. Darius Rucker 's 'Wagon Wheel' held down the No. A number of singles that had been simmering in the Top 20 or Top 30 made huge leaps in June, as well. Keith Urban 's new single makes the biggest jump, however. Scroll down to find your favorite songs. The list of the Top 40 Country Songs for June is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback. Kellie Pickler, 'Someone Somewhere Tonight' Drake White, 'The Simple Life' Charlie Worsham, 'Could It Be'
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