Jason Aldean earns 25th number one (#1) song with “Blame It On You.” The single is officially the top song at country radio.
Fans of Jason Aldean have nothing to worry about! The superstar has been a mainstay in country music for fifteen years. Last October, his radio single “Got What I Got” earned him his 24th career number one song. Today, Aldean adds “Blame It On You” to his impressive catalog of hits.
“Blame It On You” is officially the singer’s 25th number one single. The song is the third single from Aldean’s ninth studio album, 9. The heartache song is all about recognizing your wrongdoings in a broken relationship. It is nice to see an admittance of guilt in a country song. It showcases the gamut of emotions in a breakup.
“I could blame it on the whiskey // I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t even miss me // Gave you a million reasons girl not to be with me // Should’ve never let you goo // Should’ve never watched you go // I could blame it on a good high // Let it take the blame for why you told me goodbye”
It will be interesting to see what Aldean has coming down the pipeline for his 10th studio album. In his career, he has already surpassed artists like Reba McEntire and Kenny Chesney, who have 24 and 23 number ones respectively. Congrats to Jason Aldean and his team on the number one!
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