Jason Aldean is back at the top of the charts with his latest single, “Trouble With A Heartbreak.”
The song claimed the No.1 spot on both the Mediabase/Country Aircheck Singles chart and Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
Aldean took to social media to show his gratitude to the country radio and the songwriters.
“Thank you Country Radio for all the support on #TroubleWithAHeartbreak! We are officially #1 and there is nothing sweeter than celebrating with some of your best friends who wrote it Tully Kennedy, Kurt Allison and John Morgan,” the Georgia native shared. “Ready to get back on tour here in a few weeks and play it LIVE for u guys.”
The song appears on Aldean’s double album, Macon, Georgia, released last month.
“Trouble With A Heartbreak” is a relatable track that finds the superstar navigating the pain of a broken heart following the end of a relationship.
“And that’s the trouble with a heartbreak, it’s gonna hang around / Leave you midnight breaking down, wondering how / Long that it’s gonna take getting over her / It’s a can’t drown whiskey down kinda hurt / Yeah, you can burn them four wheels up on that road / But there ain’t nowhere her memory can’t go / That’s the trouble with a heartbreak / Yeah, that’s the trouble with a heartbreak, a heartbreak, yeah,” Aldean sings on the chorus.
“Trouble With A Heartbreak” was released as the follow-up to Aldean’s multi-week chart-topping hit, “If I Didn’t Love You,” with Carrie Underwood
Jason Aldean will soon hit the road on his Rock N Roll Cowboy Tour. Earlier this week, he announced that Gabby Barrett would not be appearing on the entirety of the tour and that hat several country artists will be filling in for her on the second half of the tour.
“Who’s ready for the #RockNRollCowboyTour?! Excited to announce Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence, and Chase Rice will be joining us for the second half of the tour as Gabby Barrett will be having her baby boy,” Aldean shared on social media. “Congratulations to Gabby, and a big thank you to Travis, Tracy, and Chase for jumping in. Let’s go!”
The Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour kicks off July 15 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Additional information about the upcoming run of shows can be found HERE.