Up one spot from last week, "What Ifs" knocks off Kenny Chesney's two-week number-one "All the Pretty Girls." Luke Combs' "When It Rains It Pours" is up two spots to number-two, while Thomas Rhett’s “Unforgettable” rises four places to number-three. Kip Moore's “More Girls Like You” climbs one spot to number-four.
This is Kane's first number-one, and it means the world to him, but even more than that, he sees it as a way to show those who didn't support him exactly what he's capable of.
“I feel like it’s really just a kick in the face to everybody that said that I wouldn’t do anything in the country music genre, and I would only be a social media kid… Because there was a lot of people saying that, especially when I first got to Nashville.”
What if we came from the same small town in Georgia? What if we we became friends in chorus class in middle school? What if we got older and had the same dream? What if we met up again years later in Nashville? What if we got to record a song together? What if the song sold over a million copies? What if the song went number one? What if all of these what ifs were true? 😭 Theres no one I would rather have a number one song with. I'm so proud of you @kanebrown_music, and I'm honored to be a part of this song and your journey. #LFOBABY #GOWARRIORS