Jason Aldean’s latest single, “Try That In A Small Town,” has topped the Country Aircheck/Mediabase charts, marking the Georgia native’s 28th career No. 1.
The single hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart earlier this year following some controversy, and marks the first No. 1 from Aldean’s 11th studio album, Highway Desperado, out Nov. 3. The new project features fourteen tracks including “Whiskey Drink,” written by Kurt Allison, Jonathan Edwards, Tully Kennedy and John Morgan, as well as “Tough Crowd” and “Let Your Boys Be Country.”
The album also features three songs co-written by Aldean, including the album’s title track. Other writers contributing to the project include David Lee Murphy, Marv Green, Allison Veltz Cruz, Micah Wilshire and more.
Since making his chart debut in 2005, Aldean has racked up more top 10 songs on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart than any other artist. Additionally, he will wrap his “Highway Desperado Tour” this weekend with Florida dates in West Palm Beach (Oct. 27) and Tampa (Oct. 28).