Top 40 Country Songs for June 2024 [Power Rankings]


Two superstar collaborations hold down two of the Top 5 songs on the June 2024 Top 40 Country Songs list. Most surprising, however, is the straightforward country jam from an indie artist no one is talking about.

Bryan Martin‘s “We Ride” checks in at No. 5 this month. He’s on Colt Ford‘s record label, Average Joes Entertainment, and he’s hip-checking major label artists like Nate Smith, Kenny Chesney and Luke Combs out of the way.

There’s more work to be done for Bryan and each of the artists in this Top 40, however. Post Malone and Shaboozey are the hottest names in country at the moment. Both have songs at or near the top of sales and streaming charts — scroll down just a bit to find out if either can top this Top 40 Country Songs list.

As always, the June 2024 list of the Top 40 country songs is equal parts airplay, sales and streaming charts, plus fan ratings. Staff opinion breaks any ties.

New Country Songs for June 2024:

  • Post Malone (Feat. Morgan Wallen), “I Had Some Help” (1)
  • Lainey Wilson, “Hang Tight Honey” (7)
  • Chris Stapleton, “Think I’m in Love With You”

Bubbling Under:

  • Tigirlily Gold, “I Tried a Ring On”
  • Cole Swindell, “Forever to Me”
  • Miranda Lambert, “Wranglers”

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Top 5 Country Songs of June 2024:

1. Post Malone (Feat. Morgan Wallen), “I Had Some Help” — Country music’s fastest rising airplay song is also No. 1 on sales and streaming charts.

2. Shaboozey, “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” (+1) — At No. 2 on sales and streaming charts is “A Bar Song,” from Shaboozey’s new album.

3. Morgan Wallen (Feat. Ernest), “Cowgirls” (+6) — No artist has been more consistent in the country Top 40 than Morgan Wallen, who has two of the Top 5 songs.

4. Jelly Roll, “Halfway to Hell” (-2) — Jelly Roll’s song slipped a couple spots as it tries to hit No. 1 on airplay charts.

5. Bryan Martin, “We Ride” (+5) — Bryan Martin is still a mystery man, but fans are loving this song.

The Rest of This Month’s Top 40:

6. Nate Smith, “Bulletproof” (+17)
7. Lainey Wilson, “Hang Tight Honey”
8. Ashley Cooke, “Your Place” (+3)
9. Dasha, “Austin” (+4)
10. Kenny Chesney, “Take Her Home” (-2)
11. Chris Stapleton, “Think I’m in Love With You”
12. Luke Combs, “Ain’t No Love in Oklahoma”
13. Cody Johnson, “Dirt Cheap” (+5)
14. Carly Pearce (Feat. Chris Stapleton), “We Don’t Fight Anymore” (+7)
15. Megan Moroney, “I’m Not Pretty” (+9)
16. Dustin Lynch (Feat. Jelly Roll), “Chevrolet” (-1)
17. Thomas Rhett, “Beautiful as You”
18. Bailey Zimmerman, “Where It Ends” (-11)
19. Chris Young, “Young Love & Saturday Nights” (-2)
20. Marshmello & Kane Brown, “Miles on It”
21. Keith Urban, “Messed Up as Me” (+5)
22. Chase Matthew, “Love You Again” (+9)
23. Tim McGraw, “One Bad Habit” (+2)
24. Garth Brooks & Ronnie Dunn, “Rodeo Man” (+3)
25. Justin Moore, “This Is My Dirt” (+12)
26. Drew Baldridge, “She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Reimagined)”
27. Zach Top, “Sounds Like the Radio” (-5)
28. Zac Brown Band, “Tie Up” (+6)
29. Riley Green, “Damn Good Day to Leave”
30. Jason Aldean, “Let Your Boys Be Country” (-6)
31. Luke Bryan, “Love You, Miss You, Mean It” (+8)
32. Tucker Wetmore, “Wind Up Missin’ You”
33. Dierks Bentley, “American Girl” (-4)
34. Dan + Shay, “Bigger Houses” (+1)
35. Parmalee, “Gonna Love You” (+3)
36. George Birge, “Cowboy Songs” (+4)
37. Kelsey Hart, “Life With You”
38. Kassi Ashton, “Called Crazy”
39. Dylan Marlowe & Dylan Scott, “Boys Back Home”
40. Hailey Whitters, “I’m in Love”

Billy Dukes is a Senior Editor and Executive Producer of Video Content at Taste of Country. He specializes in country music interviews, trend analysis and the Secret History of Country Music. Additionally, Billy covers Yellowstone, 1923 and related television shows through the Dutton Rules podcast. To date, he’s written more than 13,000 articles for Taste of Country and produced over 3,000 videos for the Taste of Country YouTube channel.

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