Blake Shelton Breaks Brad Paisley’s Record With 11th Straight No. 1

The ACM awards aren’t until Sunday night (April 6), but show co-host Blake Shelton is already a winner.

Blake has scored his 11th straight No. 1 country hit with “Doin’ What She Likes,” a record since Nielsen BDS started tracking such things in 1990.

Brad Paisley had held the record since 2006, when he got his eighth No. 1 with “Waitin’ On a Woman.” Brad stretched it to 10 No. 1s with “Start a Band” in 2008 and “Then” in 2009 before his streak ended.

Blake’s current string of chart-toppers includes “All About Tonight,” “Honey Bee” and “Sure Be Cool If You Did.” He has 16 No. 1 country hits overall.

Blake Shelton’s 11 Straight No. 1 Songs
Release DateSong TitleAlbumBuy
 
2009Oct. 24“Hillbilly Bone” featuring Trace AdkinsHillbilly Bone – EP
2010April 5“All About Tonight”All About Tonight – EP
 Sept. 6“Who Are you When I’m Not Looking”All About Tongith – EP
2011April 4“Honey Bee”Red River Blue
 July 25“God Gave Me You”Red River Blue
2012Jan. 9“Drink On It”Red River Blue
 May 21“Over”Red River Blue
2013Jan. 8“Sure Be Cool If You Did”Based On a True Story...
 March 26“Boys ’Round Here”Based On a True Story...
 July 22“Mine Would Be You”Based On a True Story...
2014Jan. 6“Doin’ What She Likes”Based On a True Story...

 

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