For a guy with as many hits as he’s had, Justin Moore is severely underrated in country music.
The country star has been putting out some of the best music of his career with his past few albums, including his latest release, Stray Dog.
He just keeps cranking out hit after hit, songs like his latest single “You, Me, And Whiskey,” a duet with country newcomer Priscilla Block.
Released last year and featured on Stray Dog, the song is a steamy ballad about reigniting the fire in a relationship. And this week, it became Justin’s 12th chart-topper when it reached #1 on the Mediabase chart. The song also marks the first #1 song for Priscilla Block.
First #1 that South man really gets to enjoy, knowing what it means. Happy to be able to celebrate #12 with my family, while on vacation. I can’t thank the fans and country radio enough for supporting this song. To have our 12th, and be a part of @priscillablock’s 1st, is… pic.twitter.com/qWwdb0pgBu
Justin released his first album back in 2009, and has had at least one #1 hit from every album that he’s released, including the last five singles he’s released dating all the way back to 2018. And as if that’s not impressive enough, he’s also had #1 singles in three different decades over his 15-year career.
It’s an incredible longevity that we don’t often see in country music these days, and a success that should easily put Justin in the conversation with the best country artists of his time.
Maybe one day he’ll finally get the recognition he deserves – but at least for now, he can celebrate yet another #1 single on his resume.