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.”