As of November, some of the most popular country songs of 2015 include "Break Up With Him" by Old Dominion, "Break-Up in a Small Town" by Sam Hunt, "I'm Comin' Over" by Chris Young, Luke Bryan's "Strip It Down" and Carrie Underwood's "Smoke Break." Rankings are compiled based on radio airplay requests, Internet streaming numbers, retail sales and digital downloads.
Old Dominion's "Break Up With Him," from the group's self-titled debut album, has spent 35 weeks on the Billboard Country Music chart, peaking at no. 1 and holding the no. 6 spot by the second week of November. The success of "Break Up With Him" precedes the Nashville band's next release, "Meat and Candy."
"Break-Up in a Small Town" remains on the Billboard Country Music chart after 30 weeks, becoming Sam Hunt's longest-charting single to date off his self-titled first major label release. Other popular singles from the album include "Leave the Night On" and "House Party."
Chris Young's "I'm Comin' Over" holds steady with 26 charted weeks, peaking at no. 4 for the rookie of the chart, while multi-platinum country superstars Luke Bryan's and Carrie Underwood's singles "Strip It Down" and "Smoke Break" total 28 weeks, including spots at no. 1 and no. 5.