Shaboozey Celebrates First No. 1 On the Billboard Hot 100 with “A Bar Song (Tipsy)”

Shaboozey has a reason to celebrate, as his hit single “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” has hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This is his first-ever No. 1 on the chart, as well as his first Top 10 on the Airplay chart, and he took to social media to share the exciting news with fans.

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“WE DID IT YALL WE NO. 1 I LOVE Y’ALL HAPPY A BAR SONG DAY TAKE A DOUBLE SHOT OF WHISKEY 4 ME!” he wrote on Twitter/X. Fans gathered in the comments to congratulate him and share love for the song.

“Welllll deserved! Be expecting your flowers from Bey in the mail,” one person wrote, noting that Beyoncé has often celebrated milestones along with the community. Another fan wrote, “You deserve all the success you are achieving! Congrats, king!” Many people shared that this is just the beginning of Shaboozey’s success, with one person writing, “The song & the album will be an American Classic!”

Shaboozey further celebrated the milestone with another post sharing that he’s watching his dreams come true. “The actual feeling of having your ‘dreams come true’ is indescribable, and I hope everyone gets to experience it at some point in life,” he wrote on Twitter/X.

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Shaboozey Takes the Billboard Hot 100 By Storm with “A Bar Song (Tipsy)”

“A Bar Song (Tipsy)” has been on the Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks in total, with nine of them in the Top 5, according to a report from Country Now. The song made it to the top of the Hot Country chart after a debut at No. 1 on the Song of the Summer chart this year.

The song was featured on Shaboozey’s recent album, Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going which dropped in late May. Additionally, he’s made history with this song, as it was the first single to reach Top 10 on all four Billboard airplay charts—Country Airplay, Pop Airplay, Adult Pop Airplay, and Rhythmic Airplay. It was also the second single by a Black artist in history to be No. 1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Country Songs charts.

The other artist is, of course, Beyoncé, who’s widely discussed country-adjacent album Cowboy Carter dropped in late March.

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