It’s Wallen’s first entry since TMZ posted a video of him using the N-word in early February.
As Morgan Wallen‘s Dangerous: The Double Album dominates Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart, dated July 10, for a 22nd week, with 47,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending July 1, according to MRC Data, he appears on the Country Airplay chart for the first time since the chart dated Feb. 6, when “7 Summers” ascended to its No. 15 peak.
Wallen was essentially banned from country radio in early February after TMZ posted a video of him using the N-word. His run on Country Airplay halted, after he had notched his first four No. 1s on the chart, all consecutively, beginning in June 2018.