State of Mine & Drew Jacobs Hit Hot 100 With Hard Rock Cover of Blake Shelton’s ‘God’s Country’

State of Mine sends a hard rock cover of a country hit to No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot Hard Rock Songs chart for a second time in 2021, as “God’s Country,” with Drew Jacobs, starts atop the Dec. 4-dated survey.

The acts’ rendition of Blake Shelton‘s seven-week Hot Country Songs No. 1 from 2019 debuts with 842,000 U.S. streams and 25,300 downloads sold in the Nov. 19-25 tracking week, according to MRC Data.

It follows State of Mine’s cover of Garth Brooks‘ “The Thunder Rolls” (featuring No Resolve), which crowned Hot Hard Rock Songs in February and ranks at No. 7 on the latest list with 418,000 streams and 1,500 sold.

“God’s Country” also becomes State of Mine’s first all-format Digital Song Sales No. 1. It’s the band’s second leader, after “Thunder” on Rock Digital Song Sales and Hard Rock Digital Song Sales.

Jacobs, meanwhile, claims his first No. 1 ranks thanks to “God’s Country.”

The track additionally arrives as each act’s first top 10 on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, starting at No. 8, and first entry on the Billboard Hot 100, bowing at No. 73.

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